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Indonesia to increase allocation of biodiesel to meet rising demand


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The Indonesian Ministry of Energy said that the country intends to increase its allocation of biodiesel fuel from 2021 by 213.033 kiloliters to 9.4 million kiloliters.

The decision came with the aim of meeting the increasing demand for fuel, in the fourth most populous country, as it began to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The statement indicated that the consumption of biodiesel fuel in 2022 is likely to rise to more than 10 million kiloliters.

A few days ago, an official at the Ministry of Energy in Indonesia speculated that Jakarta’s consumption of biodiesel in 2021 may be higher than initially expected, as estimates of the first biodiesel use in Indonesia for this year reached 9.2 million kiloliters, and is expected to rise from These quantities are at the end of the year.

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