The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA), a powerful grouping of oil and gas companies operating in Indonesia, has suggested legislators to establish an arbitrary institution to settle cost recovery disputes between oil and gas producers with upstream oil and gas regulator BPMigas.
The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) paid a courtesy visit to the Indonesian Vice President Boediono and asked the government to immediately ratify the Draft Government Regulation on cost recovery to provide legal certainty for investors which are eager to invest in oil and gas sector.
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“Investing Together for Future Growth”
Jakarta Convention Center, 18th-20th May 2010
The 34th Annual IPA Convention & Exhibition 2010 has come to an end on Thursday, May 20, 2010. This most awaited and prestigious annual event of the Indonesian oil and gas industry was held in Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta and has drawn interest of 3377 convention participants, 138 Booth Exhibitors which comprise oil and gas companies operating in Indonesia, service companies and many others.
Jakarta - Realization of upstream oil and gas investment in the first quarter-2010 reached U.S. $ 2.61 billion, U.S. $ 60 million higher compared to investment over the same period last year which was U.S. $ 2.55 billion.
The 34th annual Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) convention was closed Thursday with the government offering 18 new oil and gas blocks and 9 new coal bed methane (CBM) blocks.
The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) is preparing to hold one of the most important events for the oil and gas industry in the nation, the 34th IPA Convention and Exhibition, this May 18 to 20, 2010 at the Jakarta Convention Center.
The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) will hold its annual conference later this month. In anticipation of the conference, The Jakarta Post interviewed via email IPA president Ron Aston about the current challenges faced by the industry. The following are excerpts of the interview.
The Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) will hold its third annual convention and exhibition next month.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono pledged Tuesday to put an end to tax problems in the oil and gas sector in a bid to boost investment. Speaking before oil and gas industry stakeholders, Yudhoyono said his administration was committed to making Indonesia's investment climate attractive for oil and gas investors.