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All eyes on Indonesia’s state-owned Perusahaan Listrik Negara (PLN)

The republic’s exports can only resume if PLN confirms it has sufficient stockpile It has been a roller coaster ride for Indonesia’s coal market this month, especially for miners and plantations. However, if the country’s state-owned utility company PLN confirms its supply to be sufficient for 15 operational days, the …

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Is Indonesia’s coal curb a prelude to Liquefied Natural Gas migration?

President Joko Widodo has officially revoked thousands of mining and plantation permits, however… One cannot help but question if the Indonesian government is playing high-stakes poker with this drastic step; putting one of its largest source of income at risk. On the other hand, should Environmental, Social, and Governance be …

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