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World Bank approves a US$150 million loan for Indonesia to scale up investments in geothermal energy by reducing the risks of early-stage exploration.
Research, Technology Minister Mohamad Nasir has encouraged development of technology-based people's economy to boost national economic growth.
Indonesia needs electricity reserves to anticipate incidents of power outages that can cripple business and public facilities.
Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan launched 13 electricity infrastructure projects on Thursday, July 25, 2019.
Inpex Corporation has submitted the final proposal for Masela Block's plan of development (POD) to the SKK Migas.
Inpex Corporation plans submitting a proposal to extend its operating license in Masela by 20-year
The Provincial Government of Bangka Belitung Islands will revoke the mining business license (IUP) of 49 tin companies.
State-owned geothermal energy company Geo Dipa Energi has kicked off the construction of two geothermal power plants.
Finance Minister Sri Mulyani recalled about Iceland's success in managing the country's energy potential that can be replicated in Indonesia.
Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan said he has yet seen "Sexy Killers" produced by Watchdoc on the negative effects of Indonesia's coal mining industry.
Jokowi met with the Saudi Arabian Energy Minister, Khalid Al-Falih, at the Royal Guest House in Riyadh.
Pertamina predicts Indonesia will run out of oil reserves by the year 2030 based on the country's current consumption.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi expressed his rejection should the country's power plants continuously depend on fossil energy.
The British and Indonesian Governments will sign an agreement on low carbon energy development tomorrow.
ICW blames Indonesia's export losses to unclear programs and vision on food, energy, and environmental management.
South Africa is the only country on the continent operating a nuclear power plant.
The Technology Research and Application Agency (BPPT) stated that the use of solar energy technology in Indonesia is currently on the rise.
Minister Ignasius Jonan ensured that the electricity supply in East Java, Bali, and Nusa Tenggara is sufficient ahead of Christmas and New Year 2019.
The government is urged to stop the construction of waste-to-energy plants (PLTSa).
The Joint Operating Body of Pertamina-Petrochina in East Java (PPEJ) is preparing land to develop a Sukowati C oil field in Bojonegoro, East Java