Floods in Australia Make Coal Price Rise

JAKARTA - One of the causes of soaring coal prices rose in the international market was flooding that struck the area some time ago in Australia. Known, Australia is one of the largest coal exporter to Indonesia. "The problem now, the price of coal. There was flooding in Australia. To recover within two years alone can not. So that soaring coal prices can not be predicted," said Senior Advisor Communications Minister Ilyas Saad, during a press conference at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, in Jakarta on Friday (14/01/2011). Furthermore, associated with the implementation of Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) is a step taken in the supply of coal. This is already done, so that distribution is also clear where it came from. So we can be sure if the price of coal going up is not included within the scope of the DMO. Coal prices continue to soar into their own fears for the red plate company PLN. Because PLN as a user of coal as a power supply. In fact in mind, Indonesia is also one producer of coal. Thus, the government, especially Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources is expected if the coal producer or a businessman in Indonesia could be dedicated to domestic interests in an effort to ward off the price of coal continued to soar. "Employers of our coal should be dedicated to domestic interests," he said. (ade) Yuni Astutik - Okezone

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