A survey conducted by Inventure shows that car sales will go up as a consequence of the shifting trends in the use of public transport during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indonesia's coal exports until October were only 232.3 million tons or 58.81 percent of this year's target of 395 million tons.
Six industrial zones have applied the permits for halal industrial areas. The development of such areas will be quicker once the Job Creation Law comes into effect.
The government plans to develop food estates in all regions, using a corporate business model involving investors and farmers.
Indonesian government firmly rejects Freeport McMoRan's proposal that PT Freeport Indonesia does not need to build a new smelter.
The Jabung Block, whose contract will expire in 2023, faces an uncertain future. Pertamina and Petrochina are still competing for management rights.
The liquefied natural gas (LNG) production from Bontang and Tangguh Refineries as of September 2020 has reached 155.5 cargoes. The Upstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Special Task Force (SKK Migas) projects the end-of-the-year production will increase to 205.
The drilling schedule of 11 wells in the Rokan Block changes from early November to early December 2020.
The Transportation Ministry imposes incentives for airlines to attract passengers during long holiday.
Samudera Indonesia and Temas objected to the appointment of CT Corp as the prospective operator for Patimban Seaport.