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Indonesia's Oil

1st Edition

By Sevinc Carlson

Routledge

272 pages

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Ranked twelfth in world oil production, Indonesia is already an important supplier of oil to Japan, and may become an increasingly important supplier to the United States. Sevinc Carlson presents here the first up-to-date and comprehensive study of the politics and economics of Indonesia's oil, and emphasizes the importance of oil to the country's

Table of Contents

Preface -- Introduction -- Development of Indonesia’s Oil Industry -- Indonesian Oil: Present and Future -- The Role of Oil in Indonesia’s Economic Development -- Indonesia and OPEC -- Indonesia’s Political and Economic Role in ASEAN -- Conclusions -- Appendices -- Pertamina Law -- Frame of Production Sharing Contract -- Foreign Oil Companies Operating in Indonesia -- Foreign Oil Companies Operating in Indonesia -- Pertamina Basic Organization Chart -- Transfer of Duties Within Pertamina Area Management and Installation of New Executives -- Zones of Pertamina Vertical Organizational Working Areas -- Some Aspects of Energy Resource Development in Indonesia to the Year 2000, by Ir. Wijarso -- Pertamina’s Manpower Development Policy, by Major General Soekamto Sajidiman -- Joint Press Communiqué -- Declaration of ASEAN Concord -- Treaty of Amity and Cooperation -- Peace and Security in Asia and the Pacific, by Lt. General Ali Moertopo

About the Author

Sevinc Carlson is director of legal and energy studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University. Her most recent publication is Malaysia: Search for National Unity and Economic Growth.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL054000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / Asian
SOC053000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies