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Coal Supply Inequality

Monday, August 15, 2022

The coal supply for steam power plants is depleting. Mining companies refuse to supply them at domestic prices. The fate of coal supply now depends on the government’s assignment scheme.

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Bulldozers transport coal at the storage area of a power plant in Suralaya, Banten, October 4, 2009. REUTERS/Dadang Tri/File Photo . tempo : 172147918362.

GONG Matua Hasibuan must take matters into his own hands, monitoring the supply of coals for steam power plants (PLTUs). The chief executive officer (CEO) of Pembangkitan Jawa-Bali (PJB), a subsidiary of state power company PLN that manages PLTUs, was directly supervising the daily coal supply, in case of a shortfall. “The supply for PJB’s power plants is relatively safe,” he told Tempo on Wednesday, August 10.

According to Gon


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