Indonesia Energy Outlook 2018

Indonesia is the largest energy consumer in Southeast Asia and fifth largest in Asia Pacific, only after China, India, Japan and South Korea. High GDP growth (est. ~ 6.04% per year between 2017-2050) is expected to increase fuel demand.

Enticing Growth Opportunity, Strong Fundamentals

Good investment opportunities come in different shapes and sizes, and (of course) places. The one characteristic shared in common between all good investment opportunities is strong fundamentals. Continental Energy Corp. has identified, targeted, and is now executing on such an opportunity.

The 20 best countries to invest in now

Guided by a report from the World Bank Group, U.S. News identified the best countries to invest in for 2018. Ranking is based on entrepreneurship, economic stability, favorable tax environment, innovation, skilled labor, technological expertise, dynamism, and corruption. Indonesia ranks in second place. 

Indonesia due refinery by year end 2020

PT Kilang Kaltim Continental (KKC), an Indonesian subsidiary of Continental Energy Corp. (CEC), Vancouver, BC, has let a contract to Lone Star Technical Solutions Group (LSTS), League City, Tex., to provide front-end engineering design and other services for a proposed 24,000-b/d modular refinery to be built in two phases at the KIPI Maloy port and industrial park in a special economic zone of the Kutai Timur Regency in East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia.

Continental Energy to build small scale oil refinery in East Kalimantan

快三软件 establishes Indonesian subsidiary and receives a foreign direct investment license to build, own, and operate a crude oil refinery at the KIPI Maloy port and industrial park, a special economic zone located in the Kutai Timur Regency of East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia.

BKPM to Take Over Downstream Oil and Gas Licensing

Morgan Lewis summarizes the recent delegation of authority by the Minister of Energy to the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (aka BKPM) in issuing certain licenses for oil and gas activities. The move is widely expected to fast-track and simplify licensing of investments through the "Single Window for Investments" program.