BOJONEGORO, INDONESIA - SEPTEMBER 11:  A worker pours of crude oil to containers to be processed into fuel at Wonocolo village on September 11, 2014 in Bojonegoro, Indonesia. According to reports, the next Indonesia's president Joko Widodo prepares to cut fuel subsidies to farmers and fishermen and he said prepared to be unpopular. Crude oil mining is undertaken in what is known as the eternal oil fields using traditional methods and simple equipment. The oil mining site, a remnant from the Dutch colonial era, is located inside the Wonocolo forest. Their discovery was the biggest in Indonesia in three decades, and is one of the biggest oil reserves in Indonesia. They are mined jointly by the state oil company Pertamina and a subsidiary. However, issues have been raised in regard to both the environmental impact of the mining.  (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)