(The Jakarta Post) PREMIUM Jakarta ● Fri, July 1 2022 Indonesia may be unable to meet increasing demand for coal from European countries that are looking to stock up on the dirty fuel source as they reduce energy imports from Russia. Spain, Italy and the Netherlands have joined Germany in exploring options to purchase a larger amount of coal from Indonesia, the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has said. Previously, Germany was said to have asked for around 150 million tons of coal from Indonesia, but the ministry said there was no formal agreement to that request. to Read Full Story SUBSCRIBE NOW Starting from IDR 55,500/month Unlimited access to our web and app content e-Post daily digital newspaper No advertisements, no interruptions Privileged access to our events and programs Subscription to our newsletters We accept Register to read 3 premium articles for free Already subscribed? login Or let Google manage your subscription
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