Indonesia is rich in conventional energy resources like oil and natural gas. Oil and natural gas are the major sources of energy in Indonesia. Indonesian energy sector is very crucial to the country’s economy as it generates huge earnings through oil and gas exports. Previously, the focus has been on export earnings but since this decade, there has been a rapid re-orientation by the Government of Indonesia towards meeting Indonesia’s domestic energy needs.

Oil accounts for more than 45% of the primary energy consumed. Coal and natural gas account for around 26% and 26.5% respectively of the total primary energy consumed. Hydroelectricity accounts for around 2.3% of the primary energy consumed.


(from GlobalData)