The Good and the Ugly of an Energy Crisis
Coal, despite its huge contribution to global warming, is once again becoming a prima donna.
FOR the first time in history, the price of coal soared to over US$220 per ton. That incredible jump happened at the beginning of this October. The ugliest source of energy, dubbed so due to its huge contribution to global warming, is once again becoming a prima donna.
Despite being shunned around the world, coal is still Indonesia’s main export commodity. Last year, Indonesia exported 405 million tons of coal. This year, th...
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