While IndoGAS conferences provide a deep dive into the local Indonesian gas industry, they also look at international trends and are now considered to be the premier natural gas and LNG industry gatherings in the region. IndoGAS 2019 will be a landmark event that deals with strategic, regulatory, technical and commercial aspects of the gas business for industry leaders, legislators, experts and committed professionals that are regulating, developing, operating and financing Asia/Pacific natural gas, LNG and energy infrastructure.
The demand for natural gas continues to rise in Indonesia and its neighbors, against a backdrop of all the countries in the region strivingto achieve security of energy supply. Amongst the challenges that the industry faces are how to improve the availability, deliverability and affordability of natural gas, upstream and downstream, and how to balance demand and supply through local production, exports and imports in order to achieve the best business outcomes for investors, the best prices for consumers and the best strategic outcomes for the host country. For Indonesia, this critically includes a focus away from Java and Sumatra to other parts of the archipelago that need energy to stimulate economic growth and provide social equity.
New Indonesian Government regulations have been implemented to ease barriers to energy investment, avert energy crises and provide impetus to the energy industry by, for example, encouraging the building of integrated energy infrastructure to connect producers with customers. There is a new focus on village industries, part of President Joko Widodo’s vision of building Indonesia from its outer regions and one of his Government’s nine “key agendas”. In addition to the development of gas industry, there is also a recognation that renewable energy must be developed in parallel as a measure for meeting national energy mix target by 2025..
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