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The Ministry of Coal of India plans to launch a large scale programme to promote the use Coal Bed Methane (CBM) as an alternative fuel to meet residential energy demand within the next two years.
According to the Canada Energy Regulator (CER), Alberta’s marketable gas production is expected to stagnate over the period 2019-2040. On the contrary, British Columbia’s gas production is projected to keep on increasing, catching up with Alberta’s in 2040 thanks to rising growing tight gas production from the Montney Formation. The two provinces accounted for 94% of Canada’s gas production from 2010 to 2018. LNG exports from Canada’s west coast are expected to start in 2025.
The government of Indonesia plans to double gas production in the archipelago over the next decade, in bid to reduce the country’s energy trade deficit. The country intends to produce 127 bcm of natural gas in 2030, against 72 bcm in 2018. The government previously said the country could become self-sufficient in 2025.
According to the Ministry of Energy of Indonesia, the slowdown in the country's electricity demand (+4.5% in 2019 against a government target of +6.3%, and +3.8% only in January 2020) at a time when new power capacities are being commissioned may result in state-owned power utility PT PLN generating more power than needed. Some islands such as Java and Bali may be over-supplied by up to 41.5% in 2020, while Halmahera may be over-supplied by 202%.
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