As the most populated archipelago in the world supported by abundance of natural resources, young age demography and relatively manageable political life; Indonesia is a promising land for fast economic growth at least in Southeast Asia.

The need of primary energy to support the growth is increase significantly, even though was a member of World Oil Exporting Countries but now Indonesia is a net importer of oil.

The country already moved into other primary energy as coal and natural gas or even renewable energy like geothermal, biomass, solar but oil still the driving force of economic growth.

Non-renewable and depleted oil resource made the oil price is so volatile and world oil crisis may stop the economic growth and therefore besides developing other primary energies; any successful effort of Energy Recovery & Enhancement will strengthen Indonesia’s energy supply portfolio.