In 2009 Indonesia produced oil, coal, natural gas and palm oil, utilised also as energy raw material in 2010. Renewable energy potential in Indonesia is high: solar, wind, hydro and geothermal energy. Tropical rain forests and peat land areas have extensive coal storage. According to IEA Indonesia was the 10th top natural gas producer in 2009: 76 billion cubics (bcm) 2.5% of world production of which 36 bcm was exported. In contrast, Indonesia's oil consumption is showing a steady upward trend. Due to a growing population, an expanding middle class and a growing economy, demand for fuel is increasing continuously. As domestic production cannot meet domestic demand, Indonesia imports about 350,000 bpd and 500,000 barrels of fuel per day from several countries. Indonesia is expected to continue to be the largest importer of petrochemicals (Olefins and it’s derivatives products) in Southeast Asia during the period 2011-2017, caused by the rapid growth in demand of basic chemical products and polymers for medium term and long term.
Our commitment is to provide the best products and services to help petroleum and petrochemical industry grow as well. Through excellent management and manpower, we believe that we can make a good contribution to support the growth of these industries in the future.