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September 2, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nation Pushing to Increase Oil Output: The government is calling for an expanded private- and public-sector effort to boost oil and natural gas production. Indonesia, already the world's leading exporter of liquefied natural gas, would increase LNG exports 50% by the year 2010 under a government plan. The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta said foreign oil companies have budgeted $2.27 billion for exploration work in 1991, up 80% from 1990.
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September 2, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Nation Pushing to Increase Oil Output: The government is calling for an expanded private- and public-sector effort to boost oil and natural gas production. Indonesia, already the world's leading exporter of liquefied natural gas, would increase LNG exports 50% by the year 2010 under a government plan. The U.S. Embassy in Jakarta said foreign oil companies have budgeted $2.27 billion for exploration work in 1991, up 80% from 1990.
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BUSINESS
April 13, 1988 | From Reuters
Seven non-OPEC oil producers have been discussing reducing their oil production by almost half a million barrels a day in exchange for a cut by the 13-nation cartel, a senior Mexican Oil Ministry official said Tuesday. The Mexican official, part of a delegation on a visit to Oslo, spoke on condition that he not be identified. He said Mexico and six other countries that are to hold talks with OPEC on April 23 had been discussing various measures to stabilize world oil prices.
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April 10, 1991 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Fluor Corp. announced Tuesday that its principal engineering subsidiary, Fluor Daniel, has won a $500-million contract to expand an oil refinery it built 15 years ago for Pertamina, Indonesia's national oil company. The contract is the largest Fluor has reported since the fiscal year began Nov. 1, company spokeswoman Deborah Land said. "It is part of what we have been saying--that the Pacific Rim . . .
BUSINESS
April 10, 1991 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Fluor Corp. announced Tuesday that its principal engineering subsidiary, Fluor Daniel, has won a $500-million contract to expand an oil refinery it built 15 years ago for Pertamina, Indonesia's national oil company. The contract is the largest Fluor has reported since the fiscal year began Nov. 1, company spokeswoman Deborah Land said. "It is part of what we have been saying--that the Pacific Rim . . .
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December 29, 1988 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
The 13,000 islands and islets of Indonesia form an immense basket across the bottom of Southeast Asia, brimming with resources, diverse cultures and 175 million people. But for decades this potential powerhouse has seemed a relative void on the geopolitical map, a black hole from which nothing emanates. What cynics say of Brazil in the Americas could hold true for Indonesia in Asia: It's the country of tomorrow, and always will be.
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December 29, 1988 | NICK B. WILLIAMS Jr., Times Staff Writer
The 13,000 islands and islets of Indonesia form an immense basket across the bottom of Southeast Asia, brimming with resources, diverse cultures and 175 million people. But for decades this potential powerhouse has seemed a relative void on the geopolitical map, a black hole from which nothing emanates. What cynics say of Brazil in the Americas could hold true for Indonesia in Asia: It's the country of tomorrow, and always will be.
BUSINESS
April 13, 1988 | From Reuters
Seven non-OPEC oil producers have been discussing reducing their oil production by almost half a million barrels a day in exchange for a cut by the 13-nation cartel, a senior Mexican Oil Ministry official said Tuesday. The Mexican official, part of a delegation on a visit to Oslo, spoke on condition that he not be identified. He said Mexico and six other countries that are to hold talks with OPEC on April 23 had been discussing various measures to stabilize world oil prices.
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