This study aimed to analyze the chronology of tenure issues in the upstream oil and gas industry and the potential socio-economic impacts of the upstream oil and gas tenure conflict in Riau, Indonesia. Descriptive analysis in the form of tabulations and was used to analyze secondary data such as regulation of the state-owned oil and gas assets status, land / tenure in Indonesia, chronology and procedures for land acquisition and forest area planning. The findings of this study showed that chronologically PT CPI's operations have been operating since 1924 in Riau and have experienced various forest regulatory regimes. PT CPI always complies with conflicting state regulations. The potential direct impact of stopping oil and gas activities in the Convertible Production Forest and Production Forest on production is by reducing the national oil production by 65 thousand barrels / day and approximately 4,800 employees that cannot be absorbed by the upstream oil and gas industry.
Socio-Economic Impact, Tenure Conflict, Upstream Oil, Gas Industry
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Ali Yusri, Meyzi Heriyanto, Syofian, Bayu Andrianto Wirawan, Tito Handoko, Dodi Suryana. (2021) Assesing The Impact of Tenure Conflict In The Upstream Oil And Gas Industry' Socio-Economic Development: The Case of Indonesia. International Journal of Environmental Science, 6, 203-216
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