This brief builds on Gadjah Mada University’s expertise on oil-sector institutions in Indonesia and NRGI’s global research on oil-sector administrative structure and national oil company management, to share: pros and cons of various institutional models under consideration by Indonesian officials, an assessment of the implications of different possible rules for enabling Pertamina to participate in (and lead) the operating groups that manage oil projects, and lessons learned from international experience around various accountability mechanisms -including audits, advisory committees and rigorous reporting requirements - and the performance of national oil companies and regulatory bodies.


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Natural Resource Governance Institute and Universitas Gadjah Mada