Who are the five biggest coal producers in the world?

This week, ELN’s Top 5 series looks at the five biggest coal producing countries in the world

Mitsubishi joins consortium to study CCS for ammonia fuel

The feasibility study aims to see how ammonia can drive down emissions from coal-fired power plants in Indonesia

Nigeria partners with World Economic Forum to fight plastic pollution

In 2018, Nigeria was estimated to have discharged around 200,000 tonnes of plastic waste into the ocean per year, while its annual plastics production is projected to grow to 523,000 tonnes by 2022

Air Products to invest up to $2bn in coal-to-methanol production facility in Indonesia

The plant is expected to produce two million tonnes of methanol annually

Indonesia to replace ageing fossil-fuel plants to make way for renewables

The country is looking to retire its 2,256 diesel plants by the end of 2020

Indonesia considers cutting fuel prices amid COVID-19 pandemic

The president has asked all cabinet ministers to assess the impact of the pandemic on domestic economy

IEA: Global coal demand to remain stable up to 2024

A fall in coal consumption in Europe and the US is forecast to be offset by growth in a number of key economies in Asia

Indonesian airport secures sunny future with 1,800-panel solar upgrade

The APT Pranoto Airport in Samarinda will be the first Indonesian airport to be kitted out with solar panels

Biffa ordered to pay £600k for exporting banned waste to China

The waste management giant said it would seek to appeal against the verdict

Bali puts single-use plastic on a permanent gap year with wide-ranging ban

The move aims to stop items such as plastic bottles, carrier bags, coffee cups and polystyrene packaging ending up in the ocean