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Indonesian geothermal power plant worth USD 700m begins operation

A geothermal power plant in Indonesia that absorbed an investment of more than USD 700 million (EUR 618m) has achieved its commercial operation date on December 26, 2021, it was announced on Friday.

How Indonesia, the world’s top thermal coal exporter, hit a supply crunch

Indonesia, the world’s biggest thermal coal exporter, sent shockwaves through global energy markets this week by suspending exports of the fuel in January due to critically low coal supplies at domestic power plants.

Indonesia aims for coal ban resolution at weekend

Indonesian officials aim to wrap up discussions at the weekend about whether to lift a ban on coal exports, after a minister declared an end to a domestic supply crisis that sent international prices higher this week.

Indonesia Revokes More Than 2,000 Mining, Forestry Permits

Indonesia’s leader announced Thursday that his administration was revoking more than 2,000 mining and forest-use permits to correct inequality and protect the environment, two months after he signed global pacts to reduce deforestation and coal-fueled power plants.

Pertamina Discovers Gas Source in Balikpapan Offshore

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – PT Pertamina Hulu Mahakam, a subsidiary of Pertamina Hulu Energi, discovered a new source of natural gas at the Manpatu-1x, an exploration well in the South Mahakam area in the waters off the coast of Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

Indonesia warns coal supply crunch not over as China prices rally

JAKARTA: Indonesia has warned that its coal supply situation remains critical, ahead of Wednesday’s (Jan 5) review of its export ban, unnerving global markets for the fuel used to generate most of the electricity that drives Asia’s biggest economies.

Government’s steps to halt exports paid off: Jokowi

Jakarta (ANTARA) – President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) highlighted that the government’s efforts to stop the exports of mining raw materials had positively impacted the trade balance while affirming that the policy would continue to be applied.

Indonesia Bans Coal Exports until January 31

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Indonesia’s Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has temporarily banned coal exports from January 1 to 31, 2022, to ensure the availability of coal stocks for domestic power plants.

Indonesia bans coal exports in January on domestic power worries

JAKARTA, Jan 1 (Reuters) – Indonesia has banned coal exports in January due to concerns that low supplies at domestic power plants could lead to widespread blackouts, a senior official at the energy ministry said on Saturday.

Pandemic momentum to create green jobs: OJK

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The COVID-19 pandemic has emerged as an opportunity to create green jobs, financial system stability deputy commissioner at the Financial Services Authority (OJK), Agus Edy Siregar, said at a webinar here on Tuesday.