INDONESIA ENERGY KALEIDOSCOPE 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us throughout the year without exception. Despite the pandemic, there were some notable events in Indonesia’s energy sector. We’ve compiled the highlights of Indonesia’s energy sector in this infographic. Check it out!
PYC Indonesia Energy Kaleidoscope 2020 is available online through the following link
PYC INDONESIA ENERGY KALEIDOSCOPE 2019
PYC Indonesia Energy Kaleidoscope summarizes notable events related to Indonesia’s energy sector in 2019. The report discusses twelve interesting issues including energy policy updates, energy infrastructure developments, Indonesia’s energy markets and global dynamics which affect Indonesia’s energy sector. The report provides highlights and lessons learned from the events to be a reflection in developing a better future for Indonesia’s energy sector.
PYC Renewable Energy Kaleidoscope 2019 is available online through the following link
PYC Indonesia Renewable Energy Booklet is an annual publication on data relating to renewable energy in Indonesia. This booklet provides the history of Indonesia’s renewable energy policies, the current situation, potential and challenges of renewable energy in Indonesia. For the first publication, data were compiled up to the first quarter of 2019 and obtained from various sources, including the Indonesia Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, United Nations, BP, and World Bank. Some of the data in this booklet have been processed by the PYC team so that it can enrich references for analysis in the renewable energy sector. Data are presented attractively in infographics to make the book easily read.
PYC Renewable Energy Booklet 2019 is available online through the following link
After nine-year hiatus, Prof. Purnomo Yusgiantoro, Ph.D finally once more published his new masterpiece as an Indonesia’s energy economy expert. This time, he brought a young energy economy expert whom also his first son, Dr. Luky Yusgiantoro to collaborate together in creating a new book, titled “Ekonomi Energi: Teori Dan Aplikasi”. This book consists of ten chapters, with each chapter bring different fundamental theories, the most updated data and fascinating issues in energy economics that could be a reliable reference for academics, practitioners as well as stakeholders.
The first chapter presents the introduction of the energy economics, which then leads to the description of why most of the energy market is imperfect market. There are also some global issues related to the energy such as energy resources region seizure, UNCLOS, and energy price fluctuations. The second chapter presents the application of micro-economy for the energy sector, such as the supply and demand model, cobweb theory, and non-equilibrium market. In addition to the previous chapter, the third chapter brings macroeconomic in the energy sector, such as the relationship between energy sector with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Gross National Product (GNP), various types of inflations, Gini index and exchange rates. The fourth chapter consists of various theories of production as well as energy costs such as production function, Constant Elasticity of Substitution (CES) using Cobb-Douglas function, energy depletion theories both for the non-renewable (Hotelling Theory) and renewable energy using (Maximum Sustainable Yield). The fifth chapter brings new studies about the economic criteria to measure the risk and uncertainty of energy investment such as Net Present Value (NPV), Rate of Return (RoR) and Payback Period (PB). The sixth chapter consists theories of investment financing in the energy sector, such as Weighted Average Cost Of Capital (WACC) and the scheme explanation of Public–Private Partnership. In the seventh chapter, there are explanations on how economy energy approaches the environmental impact that caused by the energy industry as well as energy conservation in each sector. Next, the eighth chapter delivers the industry into the energy economy perspective. The chapter also includes the difference between State-Owned (BUMN) and Private Owned Enterprises (BUMS) especially in their decision-making system as well as the explanation of Product Life Cycle and Technology Life Cycle inside the energy sector. The ninth chapter shows how the stakeholders determined the optimum energy pricing for both upstream and downstream industry. It also contains the explanation about the various types of price subsidy to the definition of the petroleum fund. The last chapter, tenth chapter, consists of the overview of the most updated conditions in global energy markets such as global oil supply, oil price information system, global oil crisis, as well as oil and gas investment.
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PYC Indonesia Renewable Energy Booklet 2018 is an annual publication on data relating to renewable energy in Indonesia. This booklet provides the history of Indonesia’s renewable energy policies, the current situation, potential and challenges of renewable energy in Indonesia. For the first publication, data are compiled up to the first quarter of 2018 and obtained from various sources, including the Indonesia Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, IRENA, and World Bank. Some of the data in this booklet have been processed by the PYC team so that it can enrich references for analysis in the renewable energy sector. To make the book easy to read, data are presented attractively in infographics.
PYC Renewable Energy Booklet 2018 is available online through the following link