We are a university-based knowledge hub to promote accountable and effective governance in extractive industry through network based advocacy on extractive industry in Asia Pasific region. We work with innovative agents of change within government ministries, local government, civil society organizations, the media, and international institution. -- read more ...

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Divestment of Mining Corporations May Impact Investment Climate

Government is asked to be more careful in implementing the divestment of foreign mining corporations that have been operating in Indonesia. This issue emerged in a public discussion titled Negotiation Politics of Mining Corporations Divestment: Benefits and Welfare for Whom? read more ...

Pieces of Materials from Asia Pacific Hub Training Course

The fourth Asia Pacific Hub Training has introduced series of methods to advance accountability of resource governance in Asia Pacific. Twenty six participants from 10 countries joined and experienced in cross-countries learning and exchanging expert practitioners aims to improve the quality of extractive governance in their respective countries as well as enhance multi-parties coalition for reform in the Asia Pacific countries members. Some of the materials are launched here. read more ...

Countries Learn Oil Management in Bojonegoro

As many as 26 people from 10 different countries participated in an oil and gas management training held at Bojonegoro on Monday, January 16, 2017. Representatives from Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Australia, India, Timor Leste, Mexico, Mongolia, and Afghanistan were present in the training. read more ...

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Pertamina Buys Malaysian Assets to Meet Domestic Demand

Pertamina buys Malaysian assets to meet domestic demand. Pertamina is also reducing its investments in property and other non core bussinesses to help the administration bolster the oil industry. read more ...