Energy, Utilities & Mining

PwC is the leading provider of professional services to the resources sector and has been advising energy, utilities and mining companies for over 100 years.

Our global practice ensures we appreciate the international trends impacting on the resources sector, while our Indonesian team has the local industry knowledge to truly understand the environment in which Indonesian companies do business.

PwC Indonesia’s Energy, Utilities & Mining Group provides professional services to companies operating in the mining, oil and gas, and utilities sub sectors and service providers to the aforementioned sub sectors and is ideally placed to help Indonesian energy and utilities companies take advantage of global industry developments.

 

How PwC can help

Our professionals match industry experience with proven business solutions to resources sector issues like profitability, environmental matters, shareholder value and the changing regulatory environment
 

Insights

EU&R NewsFlash No. 64/ 2018 - Updated Tax Holiday Regulations for Pioneer Industries/ New Taxation Rules for the Mineral Mining Sector

EU&R NewsFlash No. 64/ 2018 - Updated Tax Holiday Regulations for Pioneer Industries/ New Taxation Rules for the Mineral Mining Sector

On 4 April 2018, the Minister of Finance (“MoF”) issued Regulation No. 35/ PMK.010/2018 (“PMK-35”), dealing with the revised Tax Holiday arrangements for investors in “Pioneer Industries”. The Government issued Regulation No. 37 Year 2018 (“GR-37”), which provides more clarity around tax and non-tax state revenue (Penerimaan Negara Bukan Pajak/PNBP) arrangements in the “mineral” mining sector, effective from 2 August 2018.

Alternating Currents: Indonesian Power Industry Survey 2018

Alternating Currents: Indonesian Power Industry Survey 2018

PwC Indonesia has launched the second edition of the Power Industry Survey in association with the Independent Power Producers Association of Indonesia (“APLSI”) to better understand the current condition of the electric power industry in Indonesia, and the opportunities and challenges the future holds. The survey covers Electricity planning; Investor confidence; Investor returns; Regulations; Energy policy and market design; and, many other trends and issues. This year, the survey identified a sharp deterioration in investor confidence given regulatory uncertainty around power tariffs and Power Purchase Agreement risk allocation. But, there is still intent to invest in the Indonesian power sector, and the survey highlights a number of potential solutions to further accelerate investment.

2018 Indonesian Oil & Gas Concessions and Major Infrastructure Map

2018 Indonesian Oil & Gas Concessions and Major Infrastructure Map

PwC Indonesia recently released its updated Indonesian Oil & Gas Concessions and Infrastructure Map. The map provides information on 293 Oil & Gas blocks by operator (including Government blocks); the operator name, location, block name and contract type. Additional information on major oil and gas infrastructure across Indonesia is also presented on the map. To obtain a copy of the full size map, please send an e-mail to: contact.us@id.pwc.com

Power in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide 2017

Power in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide 2017

The 5th edition of PwC Indonesia's popular “Power in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide” has been updated extensively for the substantial volume of regulatory and policy developments in 2017. The Guide provides a comprehensive overview of the key commercial and taxation considerations for investors in the Indonesian power sector, and should be of interest to existing industry players, potential investors, and others with an interest in the status of this economically critical sector for the development of Indonesia. We hope readers will find our updates on these developments beneficial and we welcome queries on investing in the Indonesian power sector.

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Mine 2018 - Tempting times

For the world’s Top 40 miners, 2017 was a remarkable year. Having executed cost-saving strategies of the past few years and with margins and cash-generating ability improved, we saw near boom time profits.

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Tempting Times: Regional overview

Watch our short video with PwC’s global mining leaders and hear their perspectives from across regions, the highlights for commodities and the outlook for global miners in 2018.

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