Indonesia’s Pertamina to distribute 17,000 bpd of biodiesel by 2030

December 18, 2017 |

In Indonesia, the Jakarta Post reports that state-owned oil major Pertamina plans to distribute 17,000 barrels of biodiesel per day by 2030 as part of its goal to expand further into renewable energy and reduce its dependence on fossil fuels. The company plans to invest extensively in renewable electricity production, including 200MW of biomass power, but the vast majority of investment will be in 2.3GW of geothermal energy. Ethanol and aviation biofuel are also potential investment areas but the company says those require further research before committing.

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