FSR training PGN (Indonesia): Natural Gas Market & Regulation

Natural Gas Market and Regulation in Indonesia

Lessons from International Experiences | 10-11 July in Florence

This workshop is part of a project developed by the Florence School of Regulation to assist Perusahaan Gas Negara in analyzing and proposing potential solutions for the current regulatory challenges that Indonesia gas industry is facing. The Florence School of Regulation proposes a study with three parts: 

– inhouse course for PGN delivered by FSR specialists’ team to PGN staff; 
– design of a conjoint framework to understand the main regulatory challenges and barriers for gas industry development;
– workshop to discuss international experiences in the selected key challenges in the Florence School;
– report with potential paths for regulatory improvement in Indonesia

The objective of this workshop is to present case studies which may help to better understand Indonesia challenges and to find potential solutions by considering Indonesia specificities, but also its international experiences and challenges and how they were dealt with. 


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