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PLN Seeks To Lead Private-Aimed

PLN is eyeing a lead role in the 2,500 remote villages electrification program, a project initially aimed at the private sector.

The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry is working on a ministerial regulation that would allow private companies to set up off-grid power plant projects in remote villages, 2,376 of which are located in Papua and West Papua.

Private investors taking part […]

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Coal Price stay strong until first quarter of 2017

Jakarta. Coal Price remain solid in the middle of the threat from coal production increase in China. The effect production hike is only temporary. In the meantime energy commodity prices indicate positive trend in medium term.

As quoted from Bloomberg, on last Friday (4/11/16), coal prices for December 2016 contract on ICE Futures Europe rose 3.6% compared to previous day to […]

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TITAN PARTICIPATED ON NATIONAL ELECTRICITY DAY EXHIBITION ON 28 – 30 SEPTEMBER 2016

Commemorated Indonesia’s National Electricity which held every year on 27th of October, Titan Infra Energy participated on the National Electricity Day exhibition event organized by Masyarakat Kelistrikan Indonesia (MKI) on 28 – 30 September 2016 at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). Opened by Indonesia’s Vice President Mr. Jusuf Kalla, said that Indonesia’s electricity development should not merely focus on achieving a […]

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Titan Run 2016: Beat the Challenge !

Titan Group has successfully organized a Run Competition event called Titan Run at Mall Alam Sutra on 6 August 2016 with “Beat The Challenge” as the theme of this year. This run competition has been an annual company event since 2004 initially to motivate Titan’s employees adopting healthy lifestyle by exercising marathon. This year, the event was opened for public […]

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India’s Coal Production to Lowest Level, Black Stone Price Rises Sharply

The movement of Contract Coal Price of October 2016 ends with sharp rise at the trading that was closed on Friday (02/09/2016), in the middle of production declining reports at the largest coal mining company for such fuel.

On Friday’s trading, the price of coal for the contract in October 2016, the most active contract on the Rotterdam stock exchange, closed […]

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Coal-based Chemical Industry: A Business Opportunity for Indonesia’s Coal Surplus

Coal Miners in Indonesia faces another difficult year as price continue to be low for the near term. Global demand of coal has dropped about 7% to 945 million tons from year 2013 when the prices were at the peak. Major exporter coal player like Australia, Indonesia, and South Africa has tried to control the production in order to control […]

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Indonesia Targets 5.3% of GDP Growth in 2017, After Achieving 5.18% in Q2 2016

The economic growth of Indonesia in Q2 2016 shows significant improvement compare to Q1 at the same year. The growth recorded faster than expected 5.18% in first quarter due to higher commodity prices and stronger consumption.

National Development Planning Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro said that Indonesia has to make extra effort to achieve high growth because of facing global trend, and domestic […]

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Gold May Become The Biggest Brexit Winner

The yellow metal was up again Monday following a nearly 5% surge Friday. Gold has now soared more than 25% this year and is trading at around $1,330 an ounce. That’s its highest level in more than two years. Miner Newmont was one of the few stocks in the S&P 500 to gain ground on both Friday and Monday. The […]

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Indonesia Chooses Gas in Latest 10-Year Electricity Plan

Indonesia has cut domestic coal consumption targets in its latest 10-year electricity development plans, to bring the power sector in line with the country’s carbon emissions goals laid out at the COP21 meeting in Paris last year. While expected, the cuts will disappoint the country’s coal miners eyeing a forecast domestic consumption boost to offset slower growth in China and […]

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Indonesia Will Have Its Largest Coal-Fired Power Plant

Indonesia will go ahead with construction of what is set to be its largest coal-fired power plant in Batang, Central Java next year, a senior government official has said, downplaying opposition from environmental groups and the local community.

Developers have struggled to acquire the approximately 200 hectares of land needed for the planned PLTU Batang plant, which would have a 2000 […]

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