Oil and gas in the capitals ///

As the low price of oil continues to restrict E&P, the government of Indonesia has come up with a new coping strategy: Produce more oil and gas domestically, and internationally—the Indonesian version of, “drill, baby drill!” President Joko Widodo and his energy advisors see E&P as a matter of national security and national pride, both major themes of Joko’s presidency.

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