IGS Webinar Series 7
in conjunction IndoPACIFIC LNG Summit 2022, Bali
"De-carbonization in Energy Transition"
The driving forces towards de-carbonization has become stronger than ever following the pledges during COP26 in Glasgow last year. Indonesia will also take some measures for de-carbonization in the current energy transition, which clearly impact to the Indonesian Gas Industry.
1. The rise of renewable vs role of gas as the cleanest fossil fuel, in the future Indonesia energy mix scenario
2. Carbon tax policy to incentivize the switching towards cleaner energy
3. Electrification especially in transportation sector replacing fuel
4. Development of Carbon Capture Utilization Storage (CCUS) and blue hydrogen to monetize the remaining oil and gas reserve in the current carbon abatement era:
- Driving vs inhibiting factors for CCUS project in Indonesia, future CCUS to unlock remaining reserve.
- The economic of CCUS vs affordability buyer, technology & potential CO2 storage.
- Government policy, fiscal incentive, carbon pricing, carbon credit and financial institution support.
1. Bambang Eka Satria, Sub Koordinator keteknikan Migas.
2. Oki Muraza, SVP Research & Technology Innovation, Pertamina (Persero)
3. Sohini Chatterjee, Energy Transition Analyst, Rystad Energy
4. Satya Widya Yudha, Member, National Energy Council