Accepted Papers

Our call for paper program requires every entry to go through rigorous selection process to determine whether the topic and the content are suitable for the presentation of the conference.

Selection involves the double blind peer review as a core method to ensure the objectivity of the process.

Accepted papers will be demonstrated in two main forms: oral and poster presentation on the 30th of November, 2017 at PYC INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONFERENCE 2017.


  • Decarbonising Energy in Bali with Solar Photovoltaic: GIS Based Evaluation On Grid Connected System
    • By: Ami Raisya Syanalia
  • Planning the Electrification of Rural Villages in East Nusa Tenggara Using Renewable Energy Generation
    • By: Jannata Giwangkara & Bart Van Campen
  • Preliminary Study of Hydrogen Production from Banana Waste Using In-Liquid Plasma Method
    • By: Novriany Amaliyah, A. Erwin Eka Putra, Azwar Hayat and Ismail
  • Turning a Liability into an Asset: How the Challenge of Powering Indonesia’s Remote Grids is an Opportunity to Shape Cutting-Edge Energy Policy
    • By: James Guild
  • The Role of Oil and Gas Industry on Sustainable Development in Cirebon
    • By: Djoko Sunarjanto, Suliantara, Rudy Raditya Setiadji, Panuju & Ongki Ari Prayoga
  • Investigation of the Price Linkage Between Asian LNG Spot and Far East Asian LNG Prices and Its Implications
    • By: Muhammad Anas Pradipta
  • Energy Consumption, Income and Price Interactions in Indonesia Economy: A Vector Autoregression Analysis
    • By: Ayatullah M. Sholeh
  • Meeting Exploration Strategy for the Future National Energy Sustainability Based On Statistical Analysis of Commercial Reserves and Production Cost in Indonesia
    • By: Ahmad Abdul Azizurrofi & Dian Permatasari Mashari
  • Study of Gas Resources Utilization of Tangguh, Masela and Kasuri Blocks for East Indonesia Regional Development
    • By: Tutuka Ariadji, Luky Yusgiantoro, Djoko Sunarjanto, D. Sismartono, Wisnu P. Taher, Arsegianto & D. Susanto
  • The Analysis of Volatility Transmission between Oil Price, Gold Price and USD Exchange Rate at Different Oil Price Era
    • By: Fikri Permana & Andrew Toedjono
  • New Renewable Energy Investment: Potential Funding of Electricity Power Project with the role of Customers as Investors through Solar Cell Photovoltaic Rooftop Business Model
    • By: Kevin Marsahala Siahaan
  • Enhancing Energy Security through Utilization of Local Resources Case Study: Biomass Utilization in Berau Regency, East Kalimantan
    • By: Indradarma Adiwibowo, Dita Anggun Lestari & David Manulu