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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Open Mining: From Extractive Data Disclosure to Citizen Empowerment

“I lived next to a mining operation for years. But I don’t know exactly the (authorized) location of that mining concession. Mining revenue? The…

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Moratorium and Its Chance to Improve Mining Governance

Aceh is one of rich natural resources area particularly in mineral and coal commodities. This mining and coal spread almost in all area of Province…

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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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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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Cost Recovery
Cost Recovery Remains in State Budget

Recently the Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA) has called on the government of Indonesia to exclude the cost recovery from State’s Budget of…

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