Oil and Gas Industry & The Challenges of Corruption Prevention in Indonesia

The oil and gas sector known as migas in Indonesian is one of the strategic industrial sectors that is considered vulnerable to…

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…

Policy Brief: Contract and Licensing Transparency in the Extractive Industry

Disclosure of contract and license in the extractive industry sector, especially in oil, gas and mining are mandatory thing. Firstly, they are…

Position Paper: Corruption Still Fertile, Sumatra’s Forests Are More Destroyed

The Indonesian government's commitment to eradicate corruption is contained in Inpres No. 7/2015 and Presidential Instruction no. 10/2016 concerning…

Policy Brief: Time for ‘Kerja Nyata’ on Saving the Natural Resources!

The Indonesian government's commitment to eradicate corruption is contained in Inpres No. 7/2015 and Presidential Instruction no. 10/2016 concerning…

Reversing the Resource Curse Indonesia

Publish What You Pay Indonesia (PWYP Indonesia) with the support of the Ford Foundation initiated the Reversing the Resource Curse program. The…

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…

Energy Corruption Emergency in East Kalimantan

At present, the energy crisis in East Kalimantan is inevitable. The level of dependence on fossil energy is still high (71% fuel oil, coal 2%, and…

Position Notes: Key Ideas of the Proposed Civil Society Coalition in the Revision of the Oil and Gas Law 22/2001

The Publish What You Pay Indonesia Coalition sees that Law no. 22/2001 on Oil and Gas provides less impetus for the development of the Oil and Gas…

Illicit Financial Flows and Tax Crime in Mining Sector

Indonesia ranks seventh in biggest illicit financial flows (IFF) among developing countries for year 2003-2012. While in 2014, IFF in…