Commentary: Indonesia enjoys big biodiesel surplus but loses export markets
The Jakarta Post
Indonesia is a country with a big surplus of palm oil-based biodiesel and yet it is losing its major export markets one by one.
Indonesia currently has an installed capacity of around 11.36 million tons of biodiesel per annum, and yet the market — both domestic and export — absorbs far less than half that amount.
While the domestic market for b...
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