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How Not to Freak Out About a Carbon Tax

Indonesia is proposing a carbon tax of about $5 per ton of emissions in a bid to raise state revenues and meet climate goals. That’s less than a tenth of the current price of carbon permits in the European Union’s Emissions Trading System. And yet it has faced criticism from industry that it will slow down economic […]

Jadestone closer to commercialising Indonesia gas

Following the government approval, the UK-listed company will sell gas from its Lemang production-sharing contract (PSC), acquired just over six months ago, to Indonesian state-owned utility PLN. A gas sales agreement is now being negotiated, Jadestone said today.

Indonesia sets coal benchmark price at highest in a decade on Chinese demand

JAKARTA, July 5 (Reuters) – Indonesia set its coal benchmark price at the highest in more than a decade, an official document published by its energy and minerals ministry showed on Monday, supported by sustained demand from China.

Indonesia’s Pertamina eyes hydrogen to meet 2026 goal

Indonesia’s state-owned Pertamina is looking to renewable energy sources such as hydrogen to meet its target of adding 10GW of clean energy power generation capacity by 2026, in line with its green transition plan for 2050.

Fossil Energy Increases CO2 and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Expert

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The use of fossil energy to usher in the fourth industrial revolution, known as industry 4.0, in Indonesia increases the production of carbon dioxide (CO2) and greenhouse gas emissions, according to an economist cum environmentalist.

Energy Council pushes low-carbon energy development

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian government is committed to implementing a low-carbon energy policy to lower greenhouse gas emissions on a national scale in nine years’ time, National Energy Council (DEN) member Satya Widya Yudha has said.

South Jambi flows first gas in Indonesia

Indonesia upstream regulator SKKMigas today announced that the South Jambi B Block onshore Sumatra and operated by Hong Kong’s Jindi Group has started flowing natural gas.

Update on Renewable Energy Sources; Indonesia’s (Untapped) Geothermal Power Potential

Despite several persistent challenges, geothermal energy remains a very interesting (and relatively environmentally friendly) power source for Indonesia. It is estimated that Indonesia is home to 40 percent of total global geothermal energy potential. But as impressive as that sounds, the country only uses a fraction of the potential. So, let’s take a look at […]

Ratch purchases Indonesian plants to replace capacity

Ratch Group Plc, Thailand’s largest private power generation firm by capacity, has stressed its recent acquisition of 2,045-megawatt (MW) coal-fired thermal power plants from PT Paiton Energy (PE) in Indonesia was appropriate given the scarcity of power generation assets for sale in the market.

Vale Indonesia, partners gear up for low carbon mining practices

Nickle matte producer PT Vale Indonesia Tbk (PT Vale) is moving ahead with its sustainability journey, marked by its new partners’ eagerness to comply with the low carbon mining practices.