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U.S. POWER WORKING GROUP FOR INDONESIA (PWG)

Supporting Indonesia’s Power Infrastructure

Join the PWG to introduce your product, meet decision makers, and learn about the market.

U.S. Embassy Jakarta has established the U.S. Power Working Group (PWG) as an American team program for firms supporting President Jokowi’s “35 GW” power development plan. This Embassy assisted team serves as a platform for American firms to dialogue with the Indonesian government on how they can contribute to Indonesia’s power infrastructure.

The initiative was formally established at PLN headquarters in September 2015 with the signing of a memorandum of understanding by Ambassador Blake and Minister Sudirman Said representing the U.S. Embassy and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, respectively. Since the creation of the program, the group has expanded to approximately 60 leading U.S. energy firms.

The platform enables Team USA to execute a series of group-proposed activities aimed at introducing, supporting, and developing commercial projects, and providing constructive input into relevant legislation.

Upcoming Event(s):

  • PowerGen Asia 2018 – The U.S. Embassy will be hosting a pavilion at this key energy sector event from September 18 – 20, 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia. This opportunity will allow American exhibitors to reach key decision makers in Indonesia’s rapidly growing power market. U.S. Commercial Service staff will be on-site throughout the show to facilitate introductions to Indonesian government officials and leading private sector contacts. The U.S. Pavilion will also be hosting events throughout the three days to create networking opportunities for the U.S. Pavilion exhibitors and other U.S. companies attending the show. For additional information on how your company can be involved contact Mario Simanjuntak at mario.simanjuntak@trade.gov or stop by and see us during the show.
  • PowerGen International 2018 – U.S. Commercial Service staff from the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta will be organizing a delegation of Indonesian buyers to PowerGen International in Orlando, Florida from December 4 – 6, 2018. This will give U.S. companies attending this annual trade event an opportunity to meet with leading decision makers within Indonesia’s government and connect with private sector companies involved in energy infrastructure projects. Indonesia has one of the world’s fastest growing power sectors and has set an ambitious goal of adding 35,000 megawatts of power across the country’s more than 17,000 islands. For more information on how to join this event or connect with the delegates traveling from Indonesia, contact mario.simanjuntak@trade.gov.
  • Offshore Technology Conference, 2019 – From May 6 – 9, 2019, U.S. Commercial Staff from Jakarta, Indonesia will be participating in Offshore Technology Conference 2019 in Houston, Texas. Indonesia is the largest oil and gas producer in Southeast Asia, producing 900 thousand barrels of oil a day. The country’s state-owned oil and gas conglomerate Pertemina has been pushed into a more active role in offshore production and is actively seeking partnerships with technology and service providers. Stay tuned for more information on the U.S. Embassy’s involvement in OTC 2019.

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