Indonesia biodiesel group says more capacity in 2020 could help exports


  • Energy Premium
  • Tuesday, 04 Feb 2020

Around 9.6 million KL of the palm-based fuel are expected to be used domestically this year for the B30 programme.

JAKARTA: The Indonesian Biofuel Producers Association (APROBI) is expecting 3.62 million kilo litres (KL) of additional production capacity this year, which could support biodiesel exports, it said.

Indonesia currently has the capacity to produce 12 million KL of palm oil's fatty acid methyl ester (FAME), the bio-content used in blending with fossil diesel fuel to make biodiesel.

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