IGS 8th Anniversary
In conjuction to the IGS 8th Anniversary, IGS Held Golf Game on
Saturday 25 June 2022, at Permata Golf Sentul, Bogor.
The United States and the European Union have been reluctant to slap sanctions on Russia's oil and gas exports since Putin invaded Ukraine, as the Western allies are concerned about the repercussions on Europe's energy supply and skyrocketing oil and gasoline prices. Still, potential sanctions on Russian energy exports are not off the table. If the West bans Russian oil, international crude prices could skyrocket to $150 per barrel, analysts say.Read More
Jakarta - Pemerintah mengumumkan bahwa penerapan pajak karbon yang sejatinya diimplementasikan pada bulan depan, April mundur ke Juli 2022. Apa penyebabnya? "Untuk pajak karbon, pemerintah sedang menyiapkan peraturan perundang-undangan yang memang tidak hanya menjadi turunan dari Undang-undang HPP," kata Kepala Badan Kebijakan Fiskal (BKF) Kementerian Keuangan Febrio Kacaribu dalam konferensi pers APBN Edisi Maret 2022, Senin (28/3/2022).Read More
DUBLIN, March 7 (Reuters) - Western countries could face oil prices of over $300 per barrel and the possible closure of the main Russia-Germany gas pipeline if governments follow through on threats to cut energy supplies from Russia, a senior minister said on Monday. Oil prices spiked to their highest levels since 2008 on Monday after U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington and European allies were considering banning Russian oil imports.Read More
Indonesian Gas Society (IGS) is a non-profit organization to support the development of the Indonesian
Gas Industry, from upstream, midstream, to downstream, which includes commercial, technical,
operational and HSSE aspects
The Indonesian Gas Society established in June 2014, IGS aims to support the development of Indonesia’s upstream to downstream gas industry
An independent, effective and reliable organization of energy and energy related professionals working to facilitate close and effectual collaboration among stakeholders towards advancing the Indonesian gas industry through sound policies and strategies and improved human quality, business processes and practices and new technologies.
To promote natural gas as a key source of sustainable energy for the growth of the economy and
prosperity in Indonesia.
To provide strategic input to the policy makers (the Central and regional Governments, Parliament, and industry peers).
To promote the development of the gas industry through all stakeholders of industrial gases.
To Facilitate the equitable distribution of information and technology related to the gas industry in Indonesia.
To provide benefits for all members.