INDONESIA NEEDS $80 BLN INVESTMENTS
PLATTS - Indonesia needs to invest $70 billion to $80 billion in gas infrastructure through 2030 to avoid a potential gas shortage, as domestic consumption growth outpaces supply, state-owned energy business Pertamina said Tuesday.
An expanding economy and growing middle class are the key drivers of energy consumption, which continues to grow by around 4-5% a year.
Natural gas accounts for approximately 15% of the country's energy needs, and…
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