Indonesia Energy PhD Dissertation
The economic value of Indonesia’s Natural Gas: A quantitative assessment of three gas policies (2014) Full Text by Aldi Martino Hutagalung (b 1980, ESDM) University of Twente, School of Management and Governance Dissertation
Hutagalung (2014) argue that Indonesia’s current natural gas allocation does not maximize welfare. Hutalagung concluded that the gas allocation should be ranked as follows: industry, petrochemical, crude and electricity. The study also concluded that increasing natural gas price up to 91% will not critically damage the Indonesia economy. However the biggest challenge of Indonesia in order to stimulate economy is to implement which policy on gas development which are subsidy removal, state revenue allocation and foreign loan where trade off should be made. The contribution of study is a general economic framework to assess regulatory policies.
Life Cycle Assessment of Energy and CO2 Emissions for Residential Buildings in Major Cities of Indonesia (2014) Full Text by Surahman Usep, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University
Usep analyzing life cycle energy and CO2 emissions profiles for residential buildings, and projection of their primary energy consumption in two major cities of Indonesia, Bandung and Jakarta, in order provide its future visions.
An economic study of carbon capture and storage system design and policy (2011) Full Text by Darmawan Prasodjo, Texas A&M University, Agricultural Economics *)
Prasodjo propose a model of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) that combine economic and spatial optimization. If calculate the pipeline cost, site specific storage cost and pipeline routes considerations.
National Energy Policy Indonesia written in Bahasa Indonesia (2012) Full Text by Dewi Aryani (b 1973, PDI) Universitas Indonesia, Faculty of Social and Political Science Dissertation
Aryani (2012) argue that Indonesia energy economy condition might be analyzed in the four scenario Bright future, Wave of hope, Thorny road and Illusional scenario. Aryani argue that the scenario of future Indonesia energy would be on Illusional scenario where the economy growth is high and social political growth is low. This condition would make the energy consumption will be high and a policy that developed based on energy driven policy model is required.
A study about Indonesia Energy is limited, thefore eventhough the priority of referencing should be given in following order from the highest priority: Journal, Conference Paper, Dissertation. The dissertation is still become a important source of knowledge due the reason of providing information or data, which also argue by Usep (2014) that one of major obstacles in developing countries is lack of data.
This review would not be able to produced without University (UI, Twente, TAMU, Hiroshima) online access library that store the academic study (dissertation) in the electronic form that freely accessible for everyone.
*) Although Prasodjo research is not related with Indonesia, the involvement of Prasodjo in Indonesia politics right now is interesting as he is working with Indonesia energy policy. The same condition with Aryani which are PDI Politician and unfortunately Effendi Simbolon PhD thesis which I could not find it.