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Primary energy consumption in Indonesia 1998-2018

Primary energy consumption in Indonesia from 1998 to 2018 (in million metric tons of oil equivalent)

by T. Wang, last edited Jun 27, 2019
Primary energy consumption in Indonesia 1998-2018 The statistic shows the primary energy consumption in Indonesia between 1998 and 2018. In 2018, the consumption of primary energy in Indonesia amounted to some 185.5 million metric tons of oil equivalent.
Primary energy consumption in Indonesia

Between 2008 and 2013, Indonesia’s primary energy consumption grew from about 123 million oil tons of equivalent to around 177.6 million tons of oil equivalent. As a member of the MINT countries, Indonesia is counted among the Next Eleven high-potential nations. At 4.3 percent, unemployment in Indonesia reached a new low in 2018, while gross domestic product peaked in 2018. Indonesia is home to a wealth of natural endowments, including natural gas, petroleum and coal resources. In 2014, the government in Jakarta confirmed plans to build the country’s first nuclear reactor in order to keep up with rising energy demand levels.

In addition to the conventional energy sources that are extracted from beneath the earth’s surface in Indonesia, the emerging market’s total energy supply also includes a variety of renewable energy sources such as biomass energy, as well as electricity generated from water, wind, geothermal and, to a limited extent, solar sources. The increased use of renewable energy sources may play a crucial role in reducing the country’s carbon footprint. In 2014, Indonesia’s share of global carbon dioxide emissions stood at 2.3 percent of the world total, making Indonesia one of the 25 largest producers of carbon dioxide worldwide.
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by T. Wang, last edited Jun 27, 2019
The statistic shows the primary energy consumption in Indonesia between 1998 and 2018. In 2018, the consumption of primary energy in Indonesia amounted to some 185.5 million metric tons of oil equivalent.
Primary energy consumption in Indonesia

Between 2008 and 2013, Indonesia’s primary energy consumption grew from about 123 million oil tons of equivalent to around 177.6 million tons of oil equivalent. As a member of the MINT countries, Indonesia is counted among the Next Eleven high-potential nations. At 4.3 percent, unemployment in Indonesia reached a new low in 2018, while gross domestic product peaked in 2018. Indonesia is home to a wealth of natural endowments, including natural gas, petroleum and coal resources. In 2014, the government in Jakarta confirmed plans to build the country’s first nuclear reactor in order to keep up with rising energy demand levels.

In addition to the conventional energy sources that are extracted from beneath the earth’s surface in Indonesia, the emerging market’s total energy supply also includes a variety of renewable energy sources such as biomass energy, as well as electricity generated from water, wind, geothermal and, to a limited extent, solar sources. The increased use of renewable energy sources may play a crucial role in reducing the country’s carbon footprint. In 2014, Indonesia’s share of global carbon dioxide emissions stood at 2.3 percent of the world total, making Indonesia one of the 25 largest producers of carbon dioxide worldwide.
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