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Indonesia arrests fishing boat on Interpol orders 

Indonesia arrests fishing boat on Interpol orders 

Indonesia, acting on a request from Interpol, has seized a fishing boat carrying 600 illegal gillnets that can stretch up to 30 km (18 miles) after it evaded capture in...

Ruptured undersea pipe caused oil spill- Indonesia

Ruptured undersea pipe caused oil spill- Indonesia

Indonesia’s national oil company Pertamina, has said that an oil spill off Borneo island that led to five deaths and the declaration of a state of emergency was caused...

Nigeria owing IOCs $5.1bn

Indonesia to buy more crude from Nigeria– Official

The Head of Economic Affairs of the Indonesian Embassy, Dwiyatna Widinugraha, on Wednesday said Indonesia was in need of increased crude oil allocation from Nigeria....

1MDB scandal: Indonesia impounds luxury yacht 

1MDB scandal: Indonesia impounds luxury yacht 

  Indonesian police on Thursday questioned the captain and crew of a luxury yacht seized in Bali at the request of U.S. authorities, probing alleged money...

non-oil-export

Nigeria-Indonesian trade investment hits $3bn

Nigeria-Indonesian trade investment has hit $3 billion, out of which $400 million worth of non-oil exports was transacted by the end of December, 2017. According to the...

ICS Secretary-General Peter Hinchliffe

ICS raises concerns over Indonesia’s cabotage policy 

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has criticized an Indonesian policy essentially putting in place a cabotage policy on certain specific dry bulk and vegetable...

China urges WTO for sanctions in U.S. trade dispute

WTO panel broadly backs Indonesia in dispute over EU biodiesel duties

The World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled in favor of several challenges by Indonesia to anti-dumping duties imposed on its biodiesel exports to the European Union,...

Cargo ship sinks in Indonesia 

Cargo ship sinks in Indonesia 

By Jite Eriabie  A general cargo ship MV Keneukai sank on December 8 while loading cargo at the Port of Trisakti, Banjarmasin, Indonesia. Based on the initial reports,...

Pirates robbers

Robbers raid ship off Indonesia

By Jite Eriabie   The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) said on Friday that a vessel carrying about 3,700 ton of palm oil had been robbed in the waters near...

Shareholders file class action against Diana Containerships 

Indonesia’s Pelni to buy six secondhand containerships for $37m

By Jite Eriabie  Indonesian state-owned line Pelni will spend IDR500bn ($37m) on purchasing six secondhand feeder container vessels in support of President Joko...

Pirates robbers

Armed pirates board tanker off Indonesia

By Jite Eriabie  Five pirates armed with knives boarded an oil tanker, identified as GP T2, on Monday, October 30 while it was underway in the Singapore Strait, at...

Eni slashes 2018 production outlook

Mexico and Indonesia could be next up for Eni’s asset sales

Italian oil major Eni could sell stakes in its oil and gas fields in Mexico and Indonesia in the next stage of its asset sale strategy, the company said on Friday....