Due to its geographical condition, Indonesia has various energy resources to supply the national energy demand. This section compiles data of energy and mineral reserves and resources, such as oil, natural gas, coal, geothermal, and mineral.
Energy and mineral trade is important for current account balance and economic growth. Trade is also needed to fulfill the national demand that cannot be met by domestic reserves. This section compiles the energy and mineral trade in Indonesia.
Energy balance provides an overview of energy flow. The chart exhibits detailed energy utilization process from supply to demand side.
Energy consumption level varies with demand characteristics. This section compiles data from the demand side of the energy sector, showing energy consumption by type and end user.
Energy infrastructure is essential to ensure energy access and adequacy. A thoroughly planned infrastructure development is key to achieve sustainable energy supply. This section provides maps and charts of Indonesia's energy infrastructure, such as oil and gas, electricity, and renewable energy.
Maintaining sufficient energy supply to cater demand growth is challenging. This section compiles energy supply data, such as oil, natural gas, coal, and renewable energy.
Global concern on environment has transformed the energy sector to a cleaner and more sustainable condition. This section shows the environment-related data, such as carbon emission and reduction.