LPG Exports to Indonesia

LPG Exports to Indonesia

Indonesia plans to import up to three cargoes, or about 132,000 tons, of liquefied petroleum gas from Iran in the second half of the year, an official at state energy firm Pertamina said on Friday. "We are serious about Iran's LPG and exploring banks that can be appointed for the transaction because US dollars still can't be used," Hasto Wibowo, a senior Pertamina official, was quoted as saying by Reuters.


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