JAKARTA Indonesia said on Thursday it would allow 37 vessels loaded with coal to depart, in the strongest sign yet that the world's biggest thermal coal exporter is relaxing its ban on shipments.
JAKARTA Indonesia's government is waiting for the state utility firm to declare that it has secured enough coal before it can decide to end an export ban in the world's biggest shipper of thermal coal, the energy minister said on Wednesday.
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JAKARTA, Jan 12 Indonesian authorities have yet
to issue papers to allow 14 coal vessels to depart, a senior
official said on Wednesday, as the government prepared to assess
whether to further ease an export ban in the world's biggest
shipper of thermal coal.
JAKARTA Chinese thermal coal futures fell on Tuesday after Indonesia, the world's biggest thermal coal exporter, eased a ban on overseas shipments that surprised buyers at the start of the year, alleviating concerns about supply disruptions.
JAKARTA Indonesia allowed 14 vessels loaded with coal to depart as soon as they secure verifications from mining and transport authorities, a senior minister said on Monday, easing an export ban by the world's top thermal coal exporter.
JAKARTA, Jan 10 Indonesia's government is hoping
to reach a decision on resuming coal shipments "in the coming
days", its energy minister said on Monday, as pressure mounts on
the world's biggest thermal coal exporter to end a ban imposed
10 days ago.
JAKARTA (Reuters) -Indonesian officials aim to wrap up discussions at the weekend about whether to lift a ban on coal exports, after a minister declared an end to a domestic supply crisis that sent international prices higher this week.
JAKARTA Indonesia, the world's biggest thermal coal exporter, sent shockwaves through global energy markets this week by suspending exports of the fuel in January due to critically low coal supplies at domestic power plants.
JAKARTA Indonesian authorities postponed a meeting with coal mining companies on Wednesday, as scores of ships moored off the coast remained in limbo as they waited to see whether the government would lift a ban on coal exports.