Posts Tagged ‘Investment’

Oil & Gas Regulation 2017

Restrictions on Contractors in the Indonesian Oil and Gas Sector

By Fitriana Mahiddin and Syahdan Z. Aziz There are a number of rules for Production Sharing Contract (“PSC”) Contractors in Indonesia’s oil and gas sector, including those on the export of production, currency exchange and the transfer or disposal of development rights. Subject to obtaining requisite export approvals, a Contractor is entitled to export its [...]

Oil & Gas Regulation 2017

Indonesian Oil and Gas Sector: Role of the State

By Fitriana Mahiddin and Syahdan Z. Aziz Extracted oil and gas in Indonesia remains owned by the State until it passes the point of export or other delivery point. Thereafter, the Government is entitled to a certain percentage of the production output as apportioned under the Production Sharing Contract (“PSC”), as is the Contractor. Under [...]


New Construction Law in Indonesia: Changing the Regulatory Framework

By Awang Fahrizal The Government of Indonesia (“GOI”) recently issued Law No. 2 of 2017 regarding Construction Services (the “New Construction Law”). The New Construction Law revokes Law No. 18 of 1999 regarding Construction Services (the “Previous Construction Law”) and introduces several changes and new provisions related to construction services in Indonesia. Below are the [...]


Government Regulation No. 1 of 2017: Digging a Hole for Indonesian Downstream Mining Industry?

By Ira A. Eddymurthy and Miftahul Khairi The Government of Indonesia (“GOI“) began 2017 by issuing Government Regulation No. 1 of 2017 regarding the Fourth Amendment to Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 regarding the Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activities (January 11, 2017) (“GR 1/2017“). To better understand the policies introduced under [...]


New Regulation in Indonesia Amends the Facilities Requirements for Public-Private Partnerships

By Awang Fahrizal Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance (“MOF”) recently issued MOF Regulation No. 129/PMK.08/2016 regarding the amendment of MOF Regulation No. 265/PMK.08/2015 regarding Facilities for the Preparation and Implementation of Public-Private Partnership (“PPP”) Project Transactions for the Provision of Infrastructure (“MOF 129/2016″). MOF 129/2016 amends MOF Regulation No. 265/PMK.08/2015 (“MOF 265/2015″) and introduces several new [...]

International Secured Transactions

SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Book on International Secured Transactions

SSEK partner Ira A. Eddymurthy and senior associate Dewi Savitri Reni have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the publication “International Secured Transactions.” The publication, organized by the Center for International Legal Studies and published with West Thomson Reuters,  examines the UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law) Draft Guide on Secured Transactions, which is [...]


Distributing Goods in Indonesia: What Are the Rules?

By Ira A. Eddymurthy and Christina N. Soela Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade (“MOT”) recently issued a regulation on the distribution of goods. MOT Regulation No. 22/M-DAG/PER/3/2016 regarding General Provisions on the Distribution of Goods (“MOT Reg 22/2016″) stipulates that goods can be distributed directly or indirectly to consumers within Indonesia. It revokes Minister of Industry [...]


Indonesian Legal Review: Seaports

By Awang F. Bahrin The Government of Indonesia (the “GOI”) has over the past year issued several regulations of note on seaports. Ministry of Transportation Regulation No. PM 15 of 2015 regarding Concessions and Other Forms of Cooperation Between the Government and Seaport Business Entities in the Field of Seaports (“MOT Reg. 15/2015″) Government Regulation [...]

Legal Alert (for blog post)

Legal Alert September 2016

Please find the SSEK Legal Alert for September 2016. The SSEK Legal Alert is a monthly survey designed to keep you up to date with the latest legal developments in Indonesia.


Michael Carl of SSEK a Panelist at INSOL Seminar on Indonesian Bankruptcy Law

Michael S. Carl, an international legal advisor at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, was a panelist at a recent one-day seminar in Jakarta organized by INSOL International. The seminar covered developments in the Indonesian Bankruptcy Law and key domestic issues that affect foreign creditors in Indonesia. Michael was invited to sit on a panel on trustee [...]