The Adaro Blog
Jokowi Visits South Kalimantan, Touches Upon Mining Royalty
June 19, 2014, 4:06 pm
The presidential candidate Joko Widodo, lovingly referred to only as Jokowi, recently visited the official residence of South Kalimantan Governor, Ruddy Ariffin, reports Tambang Online.They talked about, among others, the need for renegotiation between central and local government on the...
Indonesia Power Station Coal Demand Seen Almost Doubling by 2022
June 16, 2014, 4:04 pm
Indonesia is expected to nearly double domestic consumption of thermal coal over the next eight years to help meet annual growth in electricity demand of around 8.4 percent, Reuters has reported the state power company as saying on Friday.
Electricity demand growth in Southeast Asia’s...
China’s Clean-Fuel Focus Tests U.S. Coal-Export Lifeline
June 10, 2014, 4:02 pm
The mud-colored air that blankets Chinese cities these days is bad for the people who live there. It may prove unhealthy for U.S. coal producers, too.
Intense opposition on the U.S. West Coast, over climate change, rail congestion and damage to Native American fisheries, already is blocking new...
Indonesia Considers New Restrictions on Coal Output, Exports
June 10, 2014, 4:01 pm
Indonesia, the world’s top exporter of thermal coal, is considering new regulations to limit coal production and tighten controls on exports, government officials said on Friday, and could introduce the rules by early next month.
The country currently exports around 70 percent of its coal...
Newcastle Coal Won’t Fall Below $70 a Ton, Indonesian Miners Say
June 5, 2014, 3:58 pm
Thermal coal at Newcastle port in Australia, an Asian benchmark price, won’t fall below $70 a metric ton, a level already close to the cost of producing and transporting coal, traders said yesterday at a Bali conference.
“Production costs have gone up,” Michael Soerijadji, PT...
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