Mineral Energy Industry Donates Half of PNBP 2017
By : Hariyanto And Aldo Bella Putra | Wednesday, January 03 2018 - 20:30 IWST
Sektor Migas (Foto Ist)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan estimates that the EMR sector will contribute 49.6 percent or almost half of total non-tax revenues (PNBP) in 2017.
"The ESDM sector plays an important role for national economic growth, as evidenced by the 2017 data, the contribution of PNBP of the ESDM sector is estimated to reach Rp129.07 trillion or 49.6 percent of the national PNBP of 2017 of Rp260 trillion. Almost half of PNBP from the EMR sector," said Minister Jonan after leading the first working meeting of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in 2018 at the Observation Post of Gunungapi Agung, Rendang District, Karangasem Regency, Bali as delivered in its release in Jakarta yesterday.
Also present in the meeting on Tuesday were Deputy Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Arcandra Tahar together with all echelon I and II officials within the Ministry of ESDM.
Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources expressed his appreciation to his staff for the achievements that have been achieved in the EMR sector, especially the PNBP deposit.
Jonan added that the achievement of PNBP of ESDM sector is bigger than the realization in the last two years that is Rp79.94 trillion in 2016 and Rp118.7 trillion in 2015.
"The achievement of PNBP is also bigger than the target of PNBP of ESDM sector in APBNP 2017 which amounted to Rp111 trillion or 116 percent of the target," he said.
He detailed that the non-oil and gas sub-sector (oil and gas) subsidy as of December 29, 2017 is estimated to reach Rp85.6 trillion or higher than the 2017 target of Rp76.6 trillion.
Receipts were obtained from natural resources PNBP (SDA) oil and gas amounting to Rp79, 6 trillion and other oil and gas Rp6 trillion.
In 2016, the oil and gas PNBP is Rp49 trillion and 2015 Rp86 trillion.
"In addition, state revenues derived from oil and gas income taxes are estimated at Rp49 trillion, bringing the total revenues from the oil and gas sub-sector to Rp135 trillion or 113 percent of the target of Rp119 trillion in APBNP. In 2016, revenues from this sub-sector amounted to Rp87 trillion," said Minister Jonan.
In the same period, the ministry of mineral subsector is expected to break the figure of Rp40.6 trillion or 125 percent higher than the target of APBNP 2017 of Rp 32,7 trillion.
"The revenue from this sub-sector consists of royalty Rp23, 2 trillion, sales of mining products Rp16, 9 trillion, and fixed contribution Rp500 billion," he continued.
In 2016, the minerals ministry's non-tax revenues are recorded at Rp27 trillion.
For the new energy subsector renewable and energy conservation (EBTKE), continued Minister of EMR, the achievement of PNBP is estimated to be 140 percent higher than the target set.
Until December 29, 2017, geothermal revenues are estimated at Rp933 billion, while the 2017 APBNP target is Rp671 billion.
The geothermal revenue consists of PNBP of existing geothermal working area (WKP) of Rp909 billion and geothermal permit WKP of Rp24 billion.
In addition to these three sub-sectors, Rp1.87 trillion was also obtained from several other activities, namely Rp1.16 trillion from PNBP of the Downstream Oil and Gas Regulatory Agency (BPH Migas), which consists of business entities from the business of providing and distributing fuel oil (BBM) Rp863 billion and corporate business contribution from natural gas transportation business through pipeline Rp294 billion.
In addition, approximately Rp730 billion was obtained from activities such as sales and leases of services, education, and public service agencies.
"Our achievement demonstrates that in addition to being a guaranteed source of energy supply at an affordable price and the ability to increase added value domestically, the ESDM sector is also a mainstay and influence in supporting national development and economy," said Minister Jonan.