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[Skalanews] Pak Darmin gave an EITI statement “Menko Statement”

Darmin said the submission of the LHKPN was part of governance as well as an effort of supervision and law enforcement to prevent corruption in the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs. For this reason, the launching of an integrity zone is important so that the institution of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs establishes itself as an institution that has a commitment to prevent KKN, realize corruption-free areas, and accountable bureaucratic reform in all work units. “Bureaucracy is a modern organization that must be subject to standards. And because the Ministry of Coordinating Office is the center of the policy ... Read More »

[Detik.com] Did Not Give Production Data, Minerba Company’s Work Plan Revoked

Jakarta – The government will revoke the mineral and coal companies’ Work Plan and Budget (RKAB) which does not submit data on production and sales that support the Mineral Online Monitoring System (MOMS) application. The government gives time no later than next Friday. In the launch of the MOMS application, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Arcandra Tahar had asked the company representatives present to express objections to the discourse. “Who is not willing to enter the latest data next week, Friday next week? I give it a week. For all comply with the data needed by MOMS ... Read More »

[Detik.com] Arcandra Launches Data Minerba and PNBP Online Applications

Jakarta – The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) launched Minerba Online Monitoring System (MOMS) and e-PNBP Minerba applications this morning. The launch of the application took place at the Office of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Central Jakarta, Friday (11/02/2018). MOMS is a real time data management application for the production and sale of the coal mineral sector (mineral). The existence of MOMS will facilitate control and supervision on the production and sales of the mineral sector. Meanwhile, e-PNBP Minerba is a web-based online application for the calculation and payment of non-tax state revenues (PNBP). There ... Read More »

[Kompas.com] Encourage Extractive Industries Transparency

Jakarta, Kompas – Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Indonesia requests 129 oil and gas companies, minerals and coal to report non-tax revenues that have been deposited to the country. This is to encourage transparency in extractive industries. According to the Chair of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) Team of Indonesia, Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas at a media meeting on Monday (7/11) in Jakarta, Indonesia is currently implementing the EITI, a global initiative for transparency in oil, gas and mineral. Oil and gas companies (oil and gas) and the mine report the amount of income they have provided to the government by ... Read More »

[Detikcom] SBY Issues Presidential Regulation on Transparency of Extractive Industry Deposits “President SBY Statement”

Jakarta – President SBY is known to have signed Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 26 of 2010 concerning Transparency of State Revenues and Regional Revenues Obtained from Extractive Industries. With the new regulation signed by the president on April 23, it is expected that all exploitation and sales efforts from the oil and gas and mining industries can be more transparent. But some people are pessimistic that this new rule can guarantee transparency in state revenues from the oil and gas and mining sectors. State revenues and revenue sharing funds (DBH) for the regions are believed to be no longer transparent. ... Read More »

Press Release: Importance of Transparency for Improving Governance in the Mining Sector

Jakarta, September 26th, 2018 – In an effort to uphold the principle of transparency and efforts to improve governance in the extractive industry sector (oil and gas), the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs held a Focus Group Discussion:  Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) of coal and its implications in Aryaduta Hotel. This activity is one of the efforts carried out to meet the standards of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) which currently has been implemented by 51 countries, including Indonesia. EITI continues to encourage transparency in the governance of natural resources, including the mineral and coal sector to the public. ... Read More »

Extractive Industries Portal Data Workshop

EITI Indonesia Secretariat collaborates with the World Bank and Publish What You Pay (PWYP) Indonesia hold a workshop on the Extractive Industry Data Portal at Hotel Century Park, Jakarta, August 7, 2018. The activity aims to encourage the use of extractive industry data portals to improve the transparency of extractive industries in Indonesia. The activity also aims to get input about the use and development of the data portal.  The workshop was attended by around 25 participants from representatives of civil society, the media and academics. The participants are encouraged to be able to use the data in the data ... Read More »

Press Release: Government Demands Transparency of Beneficial Owners of Extractive Industries Corporations

Kuta, 10 August 2018 – In an effort to increase the transparency of the oil and gas and mineral and coal sectors, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs conducted a socialization on the implementation of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Beneficial Ownership (BO) Reporting at Bali Dynasty Resort, Kuta, Bali. BO transparency or the owner of corporate benefits is one of the things required by the EITI Standard, where Indonesia is one of the implementing countries for EITI along with 50 other countries.  In many extractive resource-rich countries, the secrecy of corporate ownership is one of the causes of ... Read More »