Energy Supply Security of Indonesia

About this report

Indonesia’s total primary energy supply (TPES) stood at 209 Mtoe in 2011 – a 27% increase from its consumption in 2002 (165 Mtoe) according to the IEA statistics. With a rapidly growing economy as well as the fourth most populous country in the world, its energy consumption grows at around 7% per year. The country’s national energy policy forecasts that TPES will reach 400 Mtoe in 2025, 480 Mtoe in 2030 and 1 000 Mtoe in 2050.