Policy Brief: Lifting, Cost Recovery and Performance of Oil & Gas Non-Tax-Revenue

Performance of oil and gas, especially non-tax revenue from upstream sector showed a decreasing trend in the last 7 years (2010-2016), both in…

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Program Mentoring on the Financial Modelling in the Extractive Industries PWYP Indonesia-Open Oil

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia is civil society coalition focusing on the transparency and accountability of extractive resource governance,…

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EITI and the Improvement of Transparency Quality of Extractive Industries and Beneficial Ownership

Publish What You Pay Indonesia appreciated the issuance of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Report for fiscal year of 2014 and…

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Coal miners owe the Indonesian government hundreds of millions of dollars

After policies of decentralization gave regional governments more control over the mining sector, the number of permits issued exploded. A…

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Press Release: Mining Non-Tax Revenue (PNBP) Arrears Shall be Resolved!

Jakarta-Publish What You Pay Indonesia supports Directorate General (DG) of Mineral and Coal, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to crack down…

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PWYP Indonesia Asks Freeport to Respect Indonesia Regulation and Encourages Open Negotiation”

The deadlock of renegotiation between Government of Indonesia and PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) to reach an agreement regarding the adjustment toward…

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The Replacemet of Pertamina’s Director Should be Transparent, Credible, and Independent

Civil society coalition for energy and extractive industry governance reform, Publish What You Pay Indonesia, urged the government to select…

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Royalties vs Refunds

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - When the deputy chairman of the House of Representatives' (DPR) budget council, Said Abdullah struck the gavel at a meeting…

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Government’s Mineral Export Easing Policy Reported to Ombudsman

Jakarta-Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia along with other element of civil society organizations in the civil society coalition, namely Natural…

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Mining Downstream Industry and Its Multiplier Effect

Downstream policy through development of refinery industry is considered to provide a multiplier effect, such as revenue, due to the increase of…

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Press Release: PWYP Encourages the Local Government to Manage Participating Interest in Transparent and Accountable Manner

JAKARTA – Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia appreciates the issuance of Ministerial Regulation Number 37 Year 2016 concerning the Provision Deals…

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PWYP Indonesia Urges the Government to Cancel Mineral Export Easing Policy

JAKARTA-Civil society coalition of Publish What You Pay Indonesia urges President Joko Widodo and Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR)…

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Mr. President, Stop Export Raw Mineral!

Minerals extracted from the earth shall be managed for communities’ benefit and welfare. Indonesia constitution of 1945 has affirmed that mandate.…

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With deadline passed, govt told to revoke problematic mining permits

Provincial governments have to start revoking the existing non-clean and clear (non-CnC) mineral and coal mining permits (IUP) as the continued…

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Non-CnC Mining Permits Shall Be Revoked As The Deadline Passes

The deadline of evaluation for mineral and coal mining permits (IUP) by the Provincial Government has ended by January 2, 2017. As stated in the…

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From Environmental Disclosure to Beneficial Ownership Transparency – OGP ONRWG Peer Exchange in Madrid

Maryati Abdullah, National Coordinator of Publish What You Pay Indonesia shared Indonesia’s experience on how EITI working groups worked on…

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Oil and Gas Law Revision Discussion: Slow and Sealed!

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia considered that parliament is too slow in discussing oil and gas law revision number 22/2001, given it’s…

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Watchdog Calls for Strenghtening the Commitment of Corruption Eradication in Natural Resource Sector

Corruption eradication commitment in natural resource shall be strengthened, according to the civil society as conveyed in the Workshop on The…

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16 Recommendations of the 5th IACF to President Joko Widodo

The 5th Indonesia Anti-Corruption Forum (IACF) in 2016 issued 16 recommendations to combat corruption in Indonesia. These were handed over to…

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From EITI to Beneficial Ownership Transparency: Commitment of PWYP Indonesia in the OGP Paris Declaration

The annual agenda of Open Government Partnership (OGP), OGP Summit will be held in Paris, 7-9 December 2016. Unlike the predecessors, the main output…

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The Deadly Mines of Indonesia

It was a hot and humid July day in Sambutan, Indonesia. Junaidi, his brother Ramadhani and their neighbor Miftahul were running and shouting as they…

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Watchdog Urges House to Conclude Oil & Gas Law Revision

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia, a coalition for transparency and accountability of oil and gas, mining and natural…

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Beneficial Ownership Transparency, State Revenue, and EITI

Brief entitled "Beneficial Ownership Transparency, State Revenue, and EITI", captures how the absence of beneficial ownership transparency affect…

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How PWYP-Indonesia is Turning Extractives Transparency into Accountability

Ensuring that local governments and communities are properly compensated for the oil, gas, and mining activities, is just one way that project-level…

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Policy Brief: Coordination and Supervision (Korsup) KPK and Mineral & Coal Mining Permit Governance

This brief capture how Coordination and Supervision of Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) running since 2014. At the first time, National…

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Open Mining Mobile Application

Open Mining Mobile Application is an apps for transparency and accountability of extractive resources for sustainable development. This apps enable…

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How Far Commitment of Open Government Indonesia to the Openness in Natural Resources

How far commitment of Open Government Indonesia (OGI) to the Openness in Natural Resource? This is an infographic indicates the action plan of OGI…

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Civil Society Coalition is Waiting Realization of Mining Moratorium Policy

Jakarta-The Civil Society Coalition who focuses to encourage the reform of extractive resources governance, Publish What You Pay Indonesia asks Joko…

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Digging Panama Papers Deeper

Panama Papers, with their revelation of 140 world politicians having offshore companies in 21 tax havens, have caused an uproar in Indonesia. The…

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Will the Oil and Gas Act Revision Give Privilege for Pertamina?

The Oil and Gas Act Revision again got public attention. This act is included in National Legislation Priority in 2016. One of the big issues is…

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Monev of Coordination and Supervision Energy Sector Reveals the Big Problem

Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) held Monitoring and Evaluation (Monev) of Coordination and Supervision in energy sector on last 17-18th March…

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Mining Revenue After the Enactment of Local Government Act

After the enactment of Local Government Act, mining licensing authority which is previously owned by the regency is fully drawn to the province. In…

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Open Data Needed to Improve Extractive Industries Governance

The 7th EITI Global Conference 2016 was held a few weeks ago. With the theme “From Reports to Results” this conference promised a massive and…

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Community Right Base Advocacy on Extractive Industries: Framing and Experience from Southeast Asia Countries

This book review several community-based rights advocacy experiences in Southeast Asia, such as Indonesia and Philippines. This book covers about…

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Govt needs to pay more attention to downstream sector

Handling the downstream activities of the oil and gas sector need to be seriously considered as lawmakers deliberate a new oil and gas draft law to…

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Mountain of Oustanding Tasks Waiting the Newly Elected Directors in Energy and Mineral Ministry

Press release from PWYP Indonesia regarding the newly elected Directors in Energy and Mineral Ministry. PWYP Indonesia see that there is a mountain…

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To Split Vision, Mission and Program of President Candidates’ Open Natural Resources, Energy and Living Environment Fields

The Visions and Missions in the sector of energy of the two Indonesia’s presidential candidates have been presented. Both candidates Prabowo and Joko…

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