Indonesia looks to attract mining industry biodiesel consumption through subsidy expansion

January 1, 2018 |

In Indonesia, from May the government hopes to expand the subsidy for its biodiesel blending policy to non-public sector organizations with an eye specifically on the mining sector in an effort to boost demand for the fuel. In 2017, $712.3 million in subsidies were paid out, slightly less than the year before, but it was only available to two state-owned companies including Pertamina. For non-public sector players, the subsidy will be capped at 29 cents per liter.

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