Indonesia could deplete coal reserves by 2033 – PwC

Indonesia could exhaust its economically retrievable coal reserves by 2033, a study by PriceWaterhouseCoopers released on Monday showed.

Indonesia is among the world's top exporters of thermal coal, but its output has slipped in recent years as plummeting prices of the power station fuel have forced miners to cut costs.

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Image of coal being discharged in Indonesia, by Ezagren.