Tag: DMO

Coal Journal: DMO Capping & Valuation

Bayan Resources (BYAN) predicted EBITDA of US$400 million in the first half of 2018, suggesting around 20% quarter-on-quarter increase in the second quarter. This might prompt the government to maintain its capping of thermal coal price for domestic market obligation (DMO) volume.

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Resources Windfall & Fiscal Sustainability

Coal producers wait nervously President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo’s decision on coal price for domestic market obligation (DMO). They warned the government that substantial discount (as proposed by PLN) will endanger the State budget from falling revenues in the form of royalties and corporate income tax. This, however, might be offset by significant windfall from other commodities.

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