Indonesia Utilities & Energy Industry Report - H2, 2013

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Indonesia Utilities & Energy Industry Report - H2, 2013

This report profiles Indonesia’s utilities and energy industry and discusses market trends through H2 2013 and the current outlook. It also includes financial summaries for leading sectoral players including PLN, PGN, Indika Energy, and BIPI.

The utilities industry contributed approximately 0.79% to Indonesia’s total GDP in 2012. The sector grew from IDR 15.39 trillion in 2002 to IDR 65.13 trillion in 2012, representing a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.5%. The electricity sector dominated the industry with a 65% share in 2012, followed by the gas and water sectors. The country’s demand for water resources is increasing, mainly due to the growing population and development in the country. Although water resources in Indonesia account for about 6% of the total water resources in the world and about 21% in the Asia Pacific, lack of clean water is still a serious problem in Indonesia.

Indonesia’s proven oil reserves were estimated at 500 MT in 2012, while proven gas reserves stood at 2.9 trillion cubic meters. Total electricity supply has been increasing rapidly since the past decade, from 108.36 trillion KWH in 2002 to 200.32 trillion KWH in 2012. The Indonesian power sector is expected to perform well in the medium term, with strong and growing demand. Indonesia expects new and renewable energy to contribute approximately 17% to the total national primary energy mix by 2025, up from less than 5% currently. Furthermore, the country also plans to build 250 solar-powered plants.

Key Points:

• Currently, Indonesia's largest electricity provider Perusahaan Listrik Negara PT (PLN) has two major electricity sources, namely self-produced electricity and electricity purchased from independent power producers (IPPs). By the end of 2012, PLN had a total installed generation capacity of 32,901 MW, an increase of 12% over the previous year.

• The report also discusses leading players including Perusahaan Gas Negara, PT (PGN), Indika Energy Tbk, PT (Indika Energy), and Benakat Petroleum Energy Tbk, PT (BIPI).

• Demand for electricity in Indonesia is projected to grow at a pace of more than 8% per year until 2020.

• Indonesia plans to more than triple the share of new and renewable energy to the total national primary energy mix by 2025.

Table of Contents

1. Industry Profile
1.1 Indonesia overview
1.1.1 Energy institutions and policies
1.1.2 Water and environmental sanitation in Indonesia
1.2 Energy utilities
1.2.1 Energy sources
1.2.2 Power generation and consumption
1.2.3 Independent power producers (IPPs)
1.3 Water utilities
1.3.1 Water resources
1.3.2 Regulatory framework
1.4 Gas utilities
1.4.1 Gas reserves and consumption
1.4.2 Gas transmission and distribution

2. Market Trends and Outlook
2.1 Indonesia wastewater sector
2.2 Water laws and regulations
2.3 Renewable energy
2.4 International energy outlook

3. Leading Players and Comparative Matrix
3.1 Leading players
3.1.1 Perusahaan Listrik Negara, PT (PLN)
3.1.2 Perusahaan Gas Negara, PT (PGN)
3.1.3 Indika Energy Tbk, PT (Indika Energy)
3.1.4 Benakat Petroleum Energy Tbk, PT (BIPI)
3.2 Comparative matrix
3.3 SWOT analysis

4. Tables and Charts

Table 1: Access to Water and Sanitation
Table 2: Electricity Consumption by Sector (unit in MWH mn) (2003–12)
Table 3: Contracted, Committed, and Potential Gas Supply & Demand for Major Regions in Indonesia (figures in mmscfd)
Table 4: Natural Gas Sales Volume by Customer Category
Table 5: Comparison of Old and New Regulations for Commercial Water Use
Table 6: PGN Transmission Pipeline Network as of December 31, 2012
Table 7: PGN Operational Highlights (2008–12)
Table 8: Kideco Coal Resources and Reserves
Table 9: Financial Highlights of the Leading Players (Latest financial quarter results)
Table 10: Financial Highlights of the Leading Players (Annual results)

Chart 1: GDP of Electricity, Gas, and Water in Indonesia (2003–12)
Chart 2: GDP Composition by Sector (2002 & 2012)
Chart 3: Electricity Supply (2003–12)
Chart 4: Average Electricity Prices (2004–12)
Chart 5: Electricity Consumption in 2012
Chart 6: Electricity Consumption in 2006
Chart 7: Installed Electric Capacity by Source in 2012
Chart 8: Installed Electric Capacity by Source in 2002
Chart 9: Electricity Consumption Per Capita (2003–12)
Chart 10: Natural Gas Production in 2012
Chart 11: Natural Gas Production in 2002
Chart 12: Natural Gas Consumption (2002–12)
Chart 13: Industrial & Power Plant Customer Consumption in 2012
Chart 14: Institutional Arrangement for Water Supply and Sanitation Sectors
Chart 15: Indonesia Energy Supply in 2025
Chart 16: Growth in World Electricity Generation and Energy Consumption
Chart 17: Net Electricity Generation in Non-OECD Asia by Fuel (2008–35)
Chart 18: PLN Revenue & Operating Profit (2008–12)
Chart 19: PGN Revenue & EBITDA (2008–12)
Chart 20: Indika Energy Revenue and Net Income (2008–12)

Number of pages: 34
Release Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2014