Boyle's law

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the pressure of an ideal gas at constant temperature varies inversely with the volume

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But President Susilo finally prevailed over such lobbyists and ordered the setting up of SKKMigas as a temporary regulator pending an amendment of the oil and gas laws.
The Energy Ministry then said it could award Pertamina special privileges for E&P rights, which it was allowed to do under oil and gas laws, should it propose the bids by itself, adding: "We will support Pertamina if it is the sole owner".