The Indonesian government will offer 23 new oil and gas blocks to investors later this month as part of efforts to boost the country's declining output, a senior government official said Wednesday.
Evita Legowo, director-general of oil and gas at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, said the government would offer seven blocks through a regular bidding process and 16 blocks directly.
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