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Indonesia Boosts Refinement to End Fuel Imports

Date:
23 November 2020
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In the News
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Energy

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Note: This article was originally published in The Jakarta Post. Dr Alloysius Joko Purwanto was quoted.

The government expects state-owned oil giant Pertamina to increase domestic oil production while the country reduces consumption in order that Indonesia can stop importing the commodity by 2026 in an effort to curb the oil and gas trade deficit. To achieve that, the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry expects Pertamina to complete five multi-billion dollar refinery projects between 2022 and 2026.

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Indonesia Boosts Refinement to End Fuel Imports 

 

 

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