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All publications by tag «INDONESIA»

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2019, May, 29, 10:45:00
INDONESIA'S COAL FOR CHINA
China is the world’s largest coal consumer and the largest buyer of Indonesia’s coal. In 2018, it imported 125 million metric tons of mostly low-calorie coal from Indonesia, absorbing 25 percent of Indonesia’s coal exports.
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2019, May, 22, 10:30:00
INDONESIA'S GDP GROWTH 5.2%
Real GDP growth reached 5.2 percent in 2018, and is expected to remain at 5.2 percent in 2019, driven by robust domestic demand growth and supported by recovering bank credit.
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2019, May, 6, 11:55:00
SHELL SELLS INDONESIA'S LNG
Shell, the world’s largest buyer and seller of LNG, is raising cash to help pay for its $54 billion purchase of BG Group in 2015 and hopes to raise around $1 billion from the sale of its 35 percent stake in the project, the sources said.
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2018, November, 22, 11:00:00
INDONESIA'S GASOLINE IMPORTS 11 MBD
PLATTS - Indonesia's state-owned Pertamina is estimated to import around 10-11 million barrels of gasoline in December, steady from November.
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2018, September, 3, 14:40:00
INDONESIA - CHINA NUCLEAR COOPERATION
WNN - Indonesia's National Atomic Energy Agency (Batan) has signed an agreement with China's Tsinghua University to cooperate on human resources capacity building.
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2018, June, 27, 10:30:00
CHEVRON'S INVESTMENT FOR INDONESIA
REUTERS - Indonesia’s deputy energy minister said on Tuesday Chevron Corp intended to cut planned investment in the Indonesia deepwater development (IDD) gas project to around $6 billion from $12.8 billion.
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2018, February, 9, 10:45:00
INDONESIA NEED NUCLEAR
WNN - Indonesia needs to double its electricity generation capacity over the next ten years, and continue that expansion beyond 2050, to improve access to electricity and meet the demand of its growing economy and population, the London-based organisation said. At the same time Indonesia needs to tackle high levels of air pollution and deliver on the commitment made at the COP 21 climate change conference to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 29% by 2030.
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2018, February, 9, 10:40:00
INDONESIA'S GDP UP TO 5.1%
IMF - The Indonesian economy has continued to perform well. Real GDP growth accelerated slightly to 5.1 percent in Q3:2017 from 5 percent in 2016 and H1:2017, led by robust exports and fixed investment.
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2018, February, 7, 07:35:00
INDONESIA - IAEA COOPERATION
WNN - Indonesia's National Atomic Energy Agency (Batan) is promoting the introduction of nuclear power plants to help meet the county's demand for power. It envisages the start-up of conventional large light-water reactors on the populous islands of Bali, Java, Madura and Sumatra from 2027 onwards. In addition, it is planning small HTGRs (up to 100 MWe) for deployment on Kalimantan, Sulawesi and other islands to supply power and heat for industrial use.
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2018, January, 12, 12:35:00
CHINA - INDONESIA DEVELOPMENT
PLATTS - China's state-controlled oil giants are sitting on record-high cash pile of $35 billion and their free cash flow generation is close to double-digit yields, paving the way for more mergers and acquisitions along with higher oil prices over coming years,