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Energy, Utilities & Mining Statement of Capabilities

2013

Our Indonesian Energy, Utilities and Mining (EU&M) practice comprises over 250 professionals across our three Lines of Service - Assurance, Tax & Legal Services and Advisory. This large group of professionals have deep industry knowledge providing us with the largest group of industry specialists in the Indonesian professional market. At PwC, we help our clients solve complex business problems by combining a global mindset and local resources with positive actions. Through our involvement with the Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA), the Indonesian Mining Association (IMA), and other industry bodies we are helping to shape the industry as it progresses towards truly world-class standards. Senior members of our team sit on the Boards of both the IPA and IMA, together with key industry executives.

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Timor Leste

Tax and Investment Guide - 3rd edition - 2014

2014

 

 

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Financial reporting in the oil and gas industry

International Financial Reporting Standards – 2nd edition

June 2014

 

 

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Financial reporting in the mining industry

International Financial Reporting Standards – 6th edition

 

 

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Challenges for a new era

An investor survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry – May 2015

May 2015

 

 

 

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Opportunities, Risks, Rewards – a balancing act

An investor survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry – May 2014

May 2014

 

 

 

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Staring Down The Barrel

An investor survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry – May 2012

May 2012

 

 

 

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The pressure is on

An investor survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry – May 2010

May 2010

 

 

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Exploring the Black Gold

May 2008

An investor survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry – May 2008

PwC Indonesia has undertaken its third bi-annual survey of the Indonesian oil and gas industry. The survey responses come from companies representing approximately 89% of Indonesia’s current petroleum production. The objective of the survey is to highlight contributions of the oil and gas industry to the Indonesian economy and the challenges preventing full realization of benefits for all stakeholders.

The survey covered the following key areas:

  • Supply and demand for oil and gas
  • Employment
  • Capital Expenditures
  • Challenges facing the industry
  • Competitiveness
  • Other Challenges
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Oil and Gas in Indonesia

Investment and Taxation Guide – 6th edition

May 2014

The 6th edition captures the latest tax and regulatory changes that have occurred in the oil and gas industry during the past two years. In particular, this edition covers the most recent developments related to GR 79, land and building tax and the new negative investment list. This publication has been written as a general investment and taxation tool for all stakeholders and those interested in the oil and gas sector in Indonesia. We have therefore endeavoured to create a publication which can be of use to existing investors, potential investors, and others who might have a more casual interest in the status of this important sector in Indonesia.

As outlined on the contents page, this publication is broken into chapters which cover the following broad topics:

  1. an industry overview
  2. the regulatory framework
  3. the upstream sector
  4. the downstream sector
  5. oilfield service providers
  6. unconventional gas
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Indonesia Oil & Gas Concessions and Major Infrastructure Map

May 2015

PwC Indonesia recently released the Indonesia Oil & Gas Concession and Infrastructure Map.

The map consists of information about 238 Oil & Gas blocks by company operator (including Government's blocks); the company name, location, block name, contract type and operation effective date. Additional information on major infrastructure across Indonesian territory is also presented on the map.

To obtain copy of the full size map, please contact:
Kathy Lindsay
kathy.lindsay@id.pwc.com.

Mining in Indonesia

May 2015

Investment and Taxation Guide 7th edition

It is now six years since the 2009 Law on Mineral and Coal Mining No.4 of 2009 (the "Mining Law") was promulgated, with the aim of maximising the benefits of the coal and minerals sectors for Indonesia. Various key implementing regulations, including related amendments, have been issued by the Government over the past five years to ensure that the ultimate goals of the Mining Law can be realised. However, over this period, stakeholders in the Indonesian mining industry have experienced various challenges in understanding and implementing the Mining Law and associated regulations.

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PT Mining Indonesia Tbk

Illustrative Consolidated Financial Statements – 31 December 2014 and 2013

December 2014 and 2013

 

 

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mineIndonesia 2013

May 2013

11th Annual Review of Trends in the Indonesia Mining Industry

 

 

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mineIndonesia 2008

December 2008

10th Annual Review of Trends in the Indonesia Mining Industry

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..."
Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities

These words from Charles Dickens’ classic story aptly describe the feelings that many in the mining industry may be experiencing. 2007 saw the commodities boom continue, with sustained demand from the emerging economies driving mineral prices ever higher. Investor confidence in the mining sector was strong in Indonesia, and around the world, as witnessed by a year of significant growth in the market capitalisation of mining companies on both international bourses and the Indonesian exchange. This confidence came to an abrupt end in 2008 with the onset of the global economic downturn. From mid-2008 commodity prices began to weaken, falling off dramatically in the third quarter when the full extent of the economic difficulties being faced by the United States became evident. This saw a massive sell-off of equities around the globe, across all sectors. The mining sector was particularly hard hit given its dependence on commodity prices – the market capitalisation of mining companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange fell by 74% from 31 December 2007 to 30 November 2008.

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mineIndonesia 2007

December 2007

Review of the Trends in the Indonesian Mining Industry

2006 was another spectacular year for the mining industry, both in Indonesia and globally – and with commodity prices at their current highs, 2007 and 2008 will see even better financial results. Globally, investor confidence in the sector and its prospects has remained strong, fuelled by a sustained rise in commodity prices, and as witnessed by a year of significant growth in market capitalization on both international bourses and the Indonesian exchange. In Indonesia, profits in the sector have continued to increase in line with the rise in commodity prices. Total investment in the mining sector has also increased in 2006, however spending on exploration, and in particular greenfields exploration, continues to be only a fraction of the global spend. It is hope that several of the large projects currently awaiting investment approval will commence in 2008 and that this, together with finalization of the proposed new mining law, will help secure the longevity of a lucrative mining industry in Indonesia.

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mineIndonesia 2007 (Bahasa)

December 2007

Review of the Trends in the Indonesian Mining Industry

2006 was another spectacular year for the mining industry, both in Indonesia and globally – and with commodity prices at their current highs, 2007 and 2008 will see even better financial results. Globally, investor confidence in the sector and its prospects has remained strong, fuelled by a sustained rise in commodity prices, and as witnessed by a year of significant growth in market capitalization on both international bourses and the Indonesian exchange. In Indonesia, profits in the sector have continued to increase in line with the rise in commodity prices. Total investment in the mining sector has also increased in 2006, however spending on exploration, and in particular greenfields exploration, continues to be only a fraction of the global spend. It is hope that several of the large projects currently awaiting investment approval will commence in 2008 and that this, together with finalization of the proposed new mining law, will help secure the longevity of a lucrative mining industry in Indonesia.

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mineIndonesia 2006

December 2006

Review of trends in the Indonesian Mining Industry

The mining industry again had a spectacular year in 2005, both in Indonesia and globally. Globally investor confidence in the sector and its prospects has continued to rise, fuelled by a sustained rise in commodity prices, and as witnessed by a year of significant growth in market capitalisation. In Indonesia profits in the sector have continued to increase in line with the rise in commodity prices, however the country continues to lag behind the global trend of new investments. While the industry in Indonesia continues to be very profitable, new investment is needed to sustain it into the long term.

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mineIndonesia 2005

December 2005

Review of trends in the Indonesian Mining Industry

The mining industry had a spectacular year in 2004, both in Indonesia and globally. This has principally been driven by the rise in commodity prices. However the challenge facing Indonesia is that whilst the mining industry is currently very profitable the longevity of a lucrative mining industry is in doubt if significant new investment is not made in Indonesia.

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Mine 2015

2015

 

 

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Indonesia Mining Areas Map

2015

PwC Indonesia recently released Indonesia’s Mining Areas Map.

To obtain copy of the full size map, please contact:
Kathy Lindsay
kathy.lindsay@id.pwc.com

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Power in Indonesia

April 2013

Investment and Taxation Guide – 2nd edition

 

 

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Indonesia Major Power Plants and Transmission Lines

2014

PwC Indonesia recently released Indonesia’s Major Power Plants and Transmissions Lines Map.

To obtain copy of the full size map, please contact:
Kathy Lindsay
kathy.lindsay@id.pwc.com

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