EIA: Indonesian oil and gas imports increase

From primarily servicing export markets with oil, gas, and coal, increasing domestic demand, lower oil production, and a lack of investments are now pushing Indonesia to import more energy, according to the EIA.

Indonesia's energy production is undergoing a transformation, from primarily supplying export markets with oil, gas , and coal, the country is now increasingly forced to look at the needs of the domestic markets. But uncertainties about authorities' control and a lack of investments are challenging the industry, says the EIA in a new analysis.

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