Indonesia to reduce gas exports to Singapore:

The Indonesian government had planned to reduce gas exports to Singapore to cover a shortage of the strategic commodity in the country, Energy and Mineral Resources deputy minister Widjajono Partowidagdo said Sunday. The reduction in gas exports to Singapore would be replaced by export of electricity to that country, he said.

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