Indonesia Legal Framework

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BPM igas was established in 2002 to take over the authority of managing and supervising the upstream oil and gas industry from the state oil company, Pertamina. On November 13, 2012 the Constitutional Court issued Ruling No. 36/PUU-XI/2012, which declared that select articles of Law No. 22/2001 that were the foundation for the creation of BPM igas...

The provision of infrastructure is an important issue in the effort to support economic activity in many countries, including Indonesia. In order to drive the wheels of the economy and spur economic growth, adequate infrastructure is an absolute necessity.

With growth exceeding 6% annually, economic fundamentals are sound and the market does have confidence in the stability and continuity of positive growth. For a country with close to 250m people and abundant natural resources, Indonesia is certain to be a huge market for the future, especially as more than 100m have already been raised to middle...

Stretching over 17,500 islands and home to around 245m people, Indonesia is a vast, diverse nation with a rapidly growing economy, extensive natural resources and a range of sectors ripe for investment. By far the largest country in ASEAN in terms of both population and area, Indonesia is responsible for one-third of the 10-nation bloc’s total GDP. 

Chapter | Legal Framework from The Report: Indonesia 2013

This chapter features an outline of the various government regulations and laws that govern business in Indonesia. Included is information about public-private partnership regulations, business permits, cooperation agreements, and definitions, objectives, scope, method of execution and form of cooperation. This chapter contains a viewpoint from Todung Mulya Lubis, Senior Partner, Lubis, Santosa...

Chapter | Legal Framework from The Report: Indonesia 2012

In partnership with Lubis Santosa & Maramis, OBG takes a look at Indonesia's legal system. Important changes include new rules on cost recovery in the hydrocarbons sector, laws on investment. This chapter includes a viewpoint from Todung Mulya Lubis, Senior Partner, Lubis Santosa & Maramis.

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