* Analysts warn of global stockpiles tightness
(Recasts with industry analysts' outlook revision)
JAKARTA, Aug 4 Indonesia's state power company
PLN estimated on Sunday it would take several hours to restore
power to Jakarta after a major blackout, blaming technical
issues for cutting power to tens of millions of people in the
capital and surrounding provinces.
JAKARTA Indonesian Energy Minister Ignasius Jonan told reporters on Wednesday the country is unlikely to begin natural gas imports in 2025 as initially expected because some big gas projects will start production, reducing the need for overseas shipments.
* Pertamina does not expect imports until 2035
(Adds Pertamina, PGN comments)
PANGKALPINANG, Indonesia Indonesia's largest tin miner PT Timah expects to more than double its refined tin production this year but has started taking steps to slow down output, a senior company official said on Thursday.
* Timah explores rare earth business
(Adds details, comments)
NUSA DUA, Indonesia After riding China's demand train for nearly two decades, Asia's coal industry is looking to a future of smaller markets and slimmer pickings, as buying declines in the world's second-biggest economy and climate change concerns blunt demand.
(This June 26 story corrects attribution in paragraph 12 to Sinadia from Sinadia and Jenie.)
NUSA DUA, Indonesia, June 26 Indonesian coal
miners said upcoming regulatory changes are putting added
pressure on their businesses amid depressed prices and rising
competition from other energy sources.
NUSA DUA, Indonesia Developers of coal mines and coal-fired power plants in Asia are facing difficulties growing their businesses as global financial institutions refuse to back their projects to avoid criticism over climate change, industry participants said on Tuesday.