Fuel Price Rise Difficult to Apply This Year
The government will keep campaigning on the program of energy saving.
(VIVAnews/Anhar Rizki Affandi)
VIVAnews – Deputy Minister of Energy & Mineral Resources, Rudi Rubiandini, stated that it would be challenging for the government to increase fuel prices this year considering the falling prices of world's crude oil.
“With the oil prices are nearing US$80 dollar per barrel for Texas and around US$90 per barrel for Brent type, it would be difficult for the government to meet the upper limit in which fuel prices may be set to rise,” said Rudi in Jakarta, on Friday.
Nevertheless, Rudi said, the government will keep campaigning on the program of energy saving.
“The habit will be changed, the way we manage and use energy and water. The regular AC temperature of 18 degrees will be turned to 24-25 degrees. The same thing goes for the electricity,” he said.
In addition, when the Gas Fuel (BBG) infrastructure is ready, businesses will be urged to use Gas Fuel (BBG).
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