IDX Channel | Coal Exports Banned, Analyst: There Is A Requirement To Deposit 25 Percent Of DMO But Not Supplying

The Executive Director of the Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) research institute, Fabby Tumiwa, noted that the ineffectiveness of the domestic market obligation (DMO) of 25% of producers was the main reason. The lack of DMO supplied by coal companies causes the supply of coal for PLN and private power plants or Independent Power Producers (IPP) to be disrupted

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Okezone | Coal Supply for State Electricity Company Only Enough 20 Days

The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) research institute assessed that the coal supply of 3.2 million tons received by the State Electricity Company was only sufficient for the next 15-20 days. Ideally, the State Electricity Company will receive a supply of 4-5 million tons of coal for reserves for 20 days. In aggregate, the State Electricity Company needs 120 million tons of coal throughout 2023

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Tribun News | Differences in Coal Prices Become a Problem, A number of Adaro Companies are Affected by Export Bans

The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) asked the government through the Directorate General of Mineral and Coal of the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources to eliminate the price disparity by evaluating the DMO policy. The price disparity between PLN which takes coal at a price of 70 US dollars per metric ton is too high with the difference in international prices

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