March 01, 2024

Tofu wastewater used to produce biogas and clean rivers in Indonesia

Compared to wind and solar renewable energy, the production of biomass energy is more closely related to human activities. The Indonesian National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) utilizes wastewater from soybean-based tofu productions to produce bio
February 17, 2024

Indonesia rolls out free carbon tracking system for Southeast Asian businesses

East Ventures and The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry launched ECOVISEA. The platform acts as a free web-based global greenhouse gas (GHG) calculator.
November 28, 2023

Indonesia launches construction of first carbon storage project

Indonesia's president Joko Widodo launched the construction of a carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) project in West Papua province operated by BP Plc on Nov. 24, making it the country’s first carbon storage project.
November 16, 2023

Indonesia advances CCS partnership with US oil giants, eyes petrochemical project

Indonesia's state energy firm, Pertamina, along with U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp, is progressing in their discussions to invest in carbon capture facilities.
October 02, 2023

Indonesia’s Pertamina, BP work on Tangguh CCUS collaboration

Pertamina and BP are exploring a potential collaboration in the carbon capture, utilization, and storage project at the Tangguh natural gas field, which may involve producing blue ammonia.
September 25, 2023

Oil giants bullish on carbon capture projects in Indonesia

ExxonMobil and BP executives expressed optimism about the oil firm’s carbon capture projects in Indonesia, suggesting they provided a solution to the global need to balance emissions reduction and energy security.
July 31, 2023

Honeywell offers CCUS solutions to carbon-intensive industry in Indonesia

In order to meet Indonesia's carbon capture regulations, Honeywell provides a full suite of Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage solutions to support high carbon emission industries.
July 28, 2023

Indonesia’s Pertamina signs four deals to explore CCS, CCUS partnerships

Indonesia's Pertamina signed four agreements to explore potential developments of carbon capture storage projects in the country. The largest economy in Southeast Asia is aiming to accelerate the realization of its renewable energy goals.

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