How an emerging issues translate into regulation
All issues now interconnected
Law No. 32/2009 on Environmental Protection and Management.
Peraturan Bank Indonesia No 14/15/PBI/2012 on commercial bank asset quality assessment (environmental aspects)
PP 61 2011 Green House
Information Security Issues
Law 11 2008 ITE
PBI IT Risk Management, APMK
– Green Economy
– IT Governance
Explain this paradox on why:
1. People worship and bully their leader at the same time
2. Increase efficiency increase the risk of corruption
3. Traffic engineering in one place increase gridlock in another place
Explain this phenomenon
1. Inter-ministerial coordination on energy and emission is difficult’
Increased control should produce greater effectiveness
PP 5 2006 Kebijakan Energy Nasional (Energy Mix)
PP 61 2011 Gas Rumah Kaca (Green House Emission)
Language: Missing Link in Education (Messaging, Mechanic, Meaning)
1. Indonesia RAN GRK in 2011-2020 (9 year, reduce 26%)
2. Japan 2013-2030 (17 year, reduce 30%), it can be reduced using Nuclear?
3. Netherland 25% in five year?
Area: Energy & Environmental Economics
Title: Environment Risk Modelling of Clean Energy using LEAP (The Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning System). Case study of Japan Energy Investment in Indonesia on Geothermal, Biofuel (Palm Oil), Natural Gas and Clean Coal in Pollution Control during 1997-2012
Generating clean energy can be argued is one of priority in most of developing countries. As one of the biggest geothermal, palm oil, natural gas and coal producer in the world, Indonesia face a dilemma in developing its energy fulfillment strategy. With the recent problematic challenges due to becoming a net oil importer country in 2004, domestic energy need and complex geopolitics position of Indonesia it is important that a study on the relation of impact on environment of the clean energy development in Indonesia.
The purpose of this study focusing on three aspects:
• Identification of environment risk that affecting clean energy development
• Investigation of environment risk especially in pollution control (CO2, CH4, NOX) in clean energy / energy manufacturing product
• Design an environment risk model for clean energy and pollution control based on Geothermal, Biofuel, Natural Gas and Clean Coal based energy.
Due to the size of this research some of limitation made such as:
• Focusing on Japan energy investment such as Donggi Senoro LNG (First LNG Manufacturing Plant in Central Sulawesi (East Indonesia)
• Development of Super Critical Coal in Batang (Central Java, Indonesia)
• Geothermal and Palm Oil, which mainly in forest/environment park area.
Indonesia in global energy landscape is very important, it is one of the largest coal, natural gas, palm oil and geothermal in the world. However, Indonesia is still struggle in fulfilling domestic energy need. The current electrification ratio in Indonesia is less than 80% and the fuel subsidy also makes the clean energy development is challenging. The geopolitics location of Indonesia is also very important, where Japan energy expansion in Indonesia is become priority.
Energy Development Timeline
There are couples of important timeline that affecting clean energy development in Indonesia:
• 1997 Asian Financial Crisis, Indonesia is one of the countries that the most hardly affected.
• 1998 end of 32 years of President Suharto leadership and beginning a new democratic government, a new era of liberalization
• 2004 Indonesia become net oil importer and in 2009 suspended from OPEC.
• 2005 Indonesia overtook Australia as leading exporter in Thermal Coal
• 2008 JIEPA (Japan Indonesia Economic Agreement) signed, which a commitment in aligning global Japan economic strategy especially in energy area
A number of related works is performed on area of
• Pollution and energy
• Environment risk and energy development
• Energy policy in development countries
Theoretical model and framework that used in this work will refer to (on progress)
Some of hypothesis in this works are:
• Clean energy is complex and misunderstood.
• Environment impact in energy development is complex and misunderstood. Measurement of environment impact is not available to provide a consistent risk level
• Environment impact especially in pollution control of CO2, CH4 and NOX based on Geothermal (Renewable), Biofuel (Agriculture), Natural Gas (CH4) and Coal (CO2)
• Pattern of energy development would be used as baseline of environment risk
• Integrated environment and energy assessment need to be designed according to each unique condition.
The objective of this research is to understand the relation of environment risk on the development of clean and renewable energy in Indonesia.
Methodology (Analysis, Design, Implementation and Interpretation of Results)
The research approach that will be used is using field experiments, survey and case studies. The experiment in this research is performed to identify relationship between variables in the assessment framework. This will find a number of solutions that might be used as the framework.
The framework that develops will require a laboratory and field experiment including survey to test the proposed framework. In the implementation and case studies stage, there will be a snapshot of practices that used in Indonesia with regard of environment risk assessment framework. This stage will help to identify the gap between proposed frameworks with the reality in the field. In the conclusion stage it will include the analysis of both implementation and gap with the proposed design framework.
LEAP (The Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning System) will be used as model to analysis the energy demand in Indonesia.
The result of this research is to develop an environment risk framework that can be used to model the dynamic and changing of clean energy development. It will be define the characteristic of environment impact of clean energy and develop the risk framework based on the characteristic. The framework that developed will help Indonesia to assess the environment risk in their clean energy development, which at the end will have a better environment and climate control.
Some of them is overrated:
2. Customer Focus
5. Human Resources
Finally I am able to articulate my life mission: I want to be successfull big 4 technology consultant, and this guy nails it (he writes very inspiring articles). He gives me a pointer of what I have been doing in the past 10 years and what I am going to do in the next 20 years, hopefully. So what is Technology Consultant all about:
1. It’s not about technology
– The role of technology consultant is identify problem, frame and communicate the solutions.
– Performance measured by impact you have made on the firm and clients
2. Power point and Excel are primary tools
Need to develop excellent communication skills (presentation, writing, data analysis)
3. Part of Audit Firm
Size of technology practices/revenue etc is very small compare with Financial/Audit.
As I write the title of this post “I want to be Successful Big 4 Technology Consultant”, I realized that it was a good example on how I should organize the posting in this blogs. So lets try to breakdown the title:
– I is about myself, so is personal, is about Life
– Want to be is Motivation, is a process steps, is a Career
– Successfull is relative, is people and society interpretation, so is about culture.
– Technology, is part of science, I start with Information Technology to Financial and Energy Industry
– Consultant is a Profession and in large scale is an Industry, A Business.
This whole article might be about How To, Fact or and Opinion about those criteria. So it is very difficult to decide which category that might fit into my blog category. That’s why I introduce a tag which based on application classification. Which are:
– Financial: Banking
– Energy: Coal, LNG, Renewable, Electricity, Transportation