Tue, 29 Apr 2008
Indonesia's coal mining group expects the country to export 170 million tons of the resource in 2008, the same as in 2007, quelling fears that the world's top exporter of thermal coal may cap shipments to feed fast-growing domestic demand, Reuters reported Tuesday (15/4/08).

Kaz Tanaka, deputy chairman of the Indonesian Coal Mining Association, told an industry conference in Beijing the country intended to ship 190 million tons of coal abroad in 2009.

Indonesia expects to produce 230 million tons of coal in 2008, rising to 240 million tons in 2009, Tanaka said. The country churned out 213 million tons in 2007.



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