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Indonesia to sign billions of dollars of energy and trade deals in Abu Dhabi

Selasa, 07 Januari 2020 / 20:27 WIB
Indonesia to sign billions of dollars of energy and trade deals in Abu Dhabi
ILUSTRASI. Presiden Joko Widodo saat pembukaan Kongres XXV KOWANI di Istana Negara, Jakarta, Selasa (3/12/2019). ANTARA FOTO/Puspa Perwitasari/hp.

Sumber: Reuters | Editor: Tendi Mahadi

KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. Indonesian President Joko Widodo will oversee the signing of $18.8 billion worth of energy and trade deals on a visit to Abu Dhabi, including Pertamina’s deal with Abu Dhabi National Oil Co to upgrade a West Java refinery, ministers said on Tuesday.

Some of the deals have been under discussions for some time, while others, such as Pertamina’s purchase of LPG from ADNOC, are new.

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Widodo will witness the signings this weekend on his first overseas trip of the year, following an official visit by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan to Indonesia in July.

Widodo, whose second term in office began in October, is keen to attract more foreign investors to help create jobs and boost growth in Southeast Asia’s largest economy.

Around a dozen agreements will be completed during the Abu Dhabi trip, Luhut Pandjaitan, an Indonesian minister, told reporters, adding the total value was $18.8 billion.

Among ready agreements was Indonesian state energy firm Pertamina’s deal with ADNOC to upgrade a refinery in Balongan, West Java, said Budi Gunadi Sadikin, deputy minister of state-owned enterprises.

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Pertamina will also sign a deal to buy between 170,000 tonnes and 520,000 tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas from ADNOC, he said.

Mubadala Investment Company is also expected to invest in Pertamina’s expansion of its Balikpapan refinery in East Kalimantan, Sadikin added.