Is the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) Still Attractive in Indonesia Oil and Gas Industry?
Indonesia's petroleum industry has for decades been viewed by international petroleum investors as an attractive destination for investment. Soaring oil price makes the oil and gas industry more attractive, however the reserve and production have a significant and became a net import country since 2004. The research point out that it is less attractive in term of geological propectivity than previous years. Some severity of Indonesia PSC impacts on the attractiveness of investment, like cost recovery, FTP and high government take, which give more challenges for investors to make decision of investment action. Indonesia petroleum business environment has not been significant improved over past five years based on the survey. So the less attractiveness implied that foreign investors may go to other countries if situations get worse. The aim of the report is to help stakeholders to understand the oil and gas industry, providing opportunity to enhance upstream investment.
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