The Battle over Peatlands

  President Joko Widodo must immediately resolve the dispute between Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya and Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto. Peatlands restoration the bone of...

Vietnam Set to Approve Coal-Fired Power Plants Worth $7.5 Billion

  Vietnam expects to grant investment licences for three coal-fired power plants worth a combined $7.5 billion in early June, the country's investment minister said. Although...

India’s Soymeal Exports Forecast to Fall on Strong Rupee, Price Drop

  India's oilseeds industry body has cut its soymeal export forecast by 25 percent from its previous outlook as an appreciating rupee and a correction...

Tiger Enters Human Settlement in Indragiri Hilir

  Residents of Indragiri Hilir (Inhil) are concerned that a Sumatran tiger (panthera tigris sumatrae) has regularly been entering human settlement. The tiger has started...

Javan Rhinos to be Transferred to Cikepuh Wildlife Reserve

  Director of the Biodiversity Conservation at the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Bambang Dahono Adji, said that the Cikepuh wildlife reserve located in West...

Thailand’s Largest Oil and Gas Firm Plans New Asia Investment

  Thailand's largest oil and gas explorer PTT Exploration and Production Pcl (PTTEP) is planning new investments or an extension of its operations in fields...

Nippon Steel Looks to Mixed-Length Deals, New Suppliers to Buffer Coal Volatility

  Japan's top steelmaker Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal is considering measures to counter volatile coking coal prices, such as contracts of varying lengths and...

Maharashtra Farmer’s Strike to Time with 3-Year Anniversary of Modi Govt

  Raju Shetty, SSS founder and MP from Hatkanangle, says Maharashtra farmers are feeling ‘let-down and betrayed’ by three years of the Modi rule The ‘Sangharsha...

Bangladesh to Hold Talks to Fix Prices for Second Half of 2017 Oil Product...

  Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation will hold talks with 10 companies to fix final prices for its long-term oil product imports for delivery in the second...

Philippines Extends Rice Import Restriction by Three More Years

  The Philippines is keeping the quantitative restriction on rice purchases in place for three more years, limiting supplies from major sellers like Thailand and...
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