PWYP Indonesia Working Experience with Open Data

This infographics describes how PWYP Indonesia working experience with Open Data. The process begin with finding data, classifying the data, data…

Open Mining Mobile Application

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

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 infographic indicates the action plan of OGI since…

3.982 IUPs Are Still Non-C&C

As of May 16, 2016, there were still many Mining Business Permits (IUP) with non C&C status. This C&C IUP is caused by the company not having…

Planning for Oil and Gas Management Proposed by Civil Society

Civil society sees Oil and Gas Law no. 20/2001 is very exploitative without any aspect of planning, where oil and gas are a strategic resource which…

Upstream Oil and Gas Institution Proposed by Civil Society

Public debate in the media related to the Revision of the Oil and Gas Law has narrowed to the institutional issue. The proposals on this special SOE…

11 Points of Proposed Civil Society Oil and Gas Law Draft

Following are the 11 points of the Civil Society Proposed Oil and Gas Law Draft:

Coordination and Supervision in Energy Sector

After the Coordination and Supervision in Mineral and Coal sector during 2012-2015, Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) today reach the energy…

Chronology of Re-drilling, Lapindo Oil and Gas

In 2006, there was a mudflow from the Lapindo Brantas Inc (LBI) well which caused the community around LBI to lose their village. In 2011, Lapindo…

4 Reasons Lapindo Brantas. Inc. for Not Drilling

After the Lapindo mudflow case in 2006, will Lapindo Brantas Inc. (LBI) drill (again)? Here are 4 reasons for PWYP Indonesia, LBI should not do the…