Refined petroleum products are derived from crude oils through processes such as catalytic cracking and fractional distillation. These products have physical and chemical characteristics that differ according to the type of crude oil and subsequent refining processes. Indonesia imports oil still largely within Asia. Furthermore, Indonesia relies on imported refined petroleum rather than imported crude petroleum, especially from within Southeast Asia. World’s fourth most populous nation is the world’s sixteenth most prosperous and holds huge potential for UK companies. Indonesia shipped US$180 billion worth of goods around the globe. Mineral fuels including oil are the major exports of Indonesia worth US$42 billion which is 23% of total exports.