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JAKARTA, Indonesia---Indonesia s energy
ministry said the country will rejoin the
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Coun-
tries this year to forge a closer relationship
with oil suppliers.
I Gusti Nyoman Wiratmadja Pudja, direc-
tor-general of oil and gas at the ministry,
said Indonesia will reactivate its membership
in November after all Opec members
approved its application to rejoin the oil cartel
at a meeting in Vienna last week.
The Southeast Asian country left the group
in 2008 after nearly five decades of being
the only Asian member amid declining oil
reserves and investment.
The country joined Opec two years after
it was founded in 1960.
Indonesia hopes membership will strength-
en its ability to secure oil supplies and attract
investment to its domestic energy industry.
It is Southeast Asia s largest oil producer,
but the nation of 250 million people has
imported for years because of aging wells
and exploration failures.
Consumption is continuing to rise but an
unpredictable legal system and bureaucracy
has deterred foreign investors.
Indonesia with a 2015 oil production target
of 825,000 barrels per day would be the
fourth-smallest producer in a 13-member
Opec ahead of Libya, Ecuador and Qatar.
The government is sending a delegation
to oil producing countries in the Middle East
and elsewhere, including Russia and Azer-
baijan, for possible supply agreements for
crude and fuel. (AP)
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NEW YORK---Rules that treat the Internet like a
public utility and prevent companies from blocking
or slowing down some online traffic will go into
effect on Friday after a federal appeals court refused
to delay them.
A three-judge panel of the US Court of Appeals
for the District of Columbia Circuit said it won t
postpone implementation of the net neutrality reg-
ulations even though AT&T, Verizon, and other com-
panies are fighting against them.
US federal appeals court won't delay Internet rules
The panel said the United States
Telecom Association, the plaintiffs in
the case, did not satisfy the require-
ments for a stay.
The ruling is a setback for the indus-
try, but the litigation will go on.
The court accepted the Telecom
Association s request to speed up the
proceedings and asked the two sides
to submit a schedule for briefing within
two weeks. Last February, the FCC
agreed in a 3-2 vote to new rules that
specifically prohibit service providers
from blocking or slowing Internet traf-
fic. To make sure the FCC has the
authority to punish violators, the agency
agreed to put Internet service in the
same regulatory camp as the telephone
and other utilities.
That means providers would have to
act in the "public interest" when sup-
plying Internet service and refrain from
"unjust or unreasonable" business prac-
The goal is to prevent Internet service
companies like Verizon and AT&T from
striking secret deals with content
providers like Google, Netflix or Twitter
to move their data faster and shutting
out fresh competition. Cable and wire-
less companies that provide much of
the nation s bandwidth object to the
The lawsuit says the regulations are
too onerous, violate federal law, and
are arbitrary, and that the FCC didn t
follow the proper procedure in creating
...fight likely to continue
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