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India

Wilda Asmarini

Asia's rising gasoline demand spells end for floating storage trend

19 Jun 2020

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA, June 19 A second and final trio of ships used as floating storage tanks for gasoline is en route to unload cargoes in Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Malaysia, according to industry sources and shipping data, showing fuel demand is growing across Asia.

Ships carrying stored gasoline to discharge cargoes at Indonesia

04 Jun 2020

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA Two of six tankers used to store gasoline in Asia have arrived in Indonesia, with shipments into Asia's largest petrol importer expected to rise this month versus May as Pertamina replenishes stocks, according to industry sources and Refinitiv shipping data.

Freeport cuts workforce at Grasberg mine as coronavirus cases in area rise

18 May 2020

SINGAPORE Freeport-McMoRan Inc's Indonesian unit said it will operate the giant Grasberg mine with a "skeletal team" after a rise in coronavirus infections in the area, including at the mine workers' living quarters, and three deaths.

Indonesia passes new mining law revisions, met with praise and protest

12 May 2020

JAKARTA, May 12 Indonesia's parliament passed revisions to its mining law on Tuesday that will allow miners to extend permits and seek expansion of mining areas beyond current legal limits.

Indonesia govt, parliament committee agree on mining law revision bill

11 May 2020

JAKARTA, May 11 Indonesia's government and a parliamentary committee overseeing mineral resources on Monday agreed on revisions to the country's mining law which include changes to the rules on concession size and the permit length.

UPDATE 1-Indonesia cuts 2020 oil, gas production outlook - SKK Migas

16 Apr 2020

JAKARTA, April 16 Indonesia's upstream oil and gas regulator SKK Migas has cut its full-year production outlook for the country, its chairman Dwi Soetjipto told reporters on Thursday, after reporting a drop in oil and gas output in the first quarter.

Indonesian capital Jakarta to close schools, workplaes to curb coronavirus outbreak

07 Apr 2020

JAKARTA Authorities in the Indonesian capital Jakarta will impose large-scale social restrictions including closures of schools and workplaces to curb the spread of the new coronavirus in the hardest hit area of the country.

UPDATE 3-Indonesian capital declares emergency over coronavirus as death toll climbs

20 Mar 2020

* Indonesian president pledges "all state power" to tackle crisis

Indonesia president to take coronavirus test as cases top 100

15 Mar 2020

JAKARTA Indonesian President Joko Widodo said on Sunday he would get tested for coronavirus, while some of his ministers had also undergone precautionary tests after the Southeast Asian country's transport minister tested positive for the disease.

Indonesia's Pertamina seeks palm oil supply guarantees for biofuel

25 Feb 2020

* Indonesia to use 75% of CPO output locally in 5 yrs -biofuel grp

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