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Pelemahan Harga Minyak Sawit Dorong Penurunan Tarif Biodesel:

Pelemahan Harga Minyak Sawit Dorong Penurunan Tarif Biodesel: Memasuki bulan Juli 2018, Kementerian ESDM kembali merilis besaran Harga Indeks Pasar BBN, yang meliputi biodiesel dan bioetanol. Harga kedua komoditas tersebut mengalami penurunan diakibatkan faktor melemahnya CPO maupun menguatnya kurs rupiah terhadap dolar Amerika Serikat. “Tarif biodiesel ditetapkan sebesar Rp 7.949 per liter atau turun tipis Rp191 dari bulan Juli 2018 lalu, yaitu Rp 8.140/liter. Harga tersebut masih belum termasuk dengan perhitungan ongkos angkut, yang berpedoman pada Keputusan Menteri ESDM No.1770 K/12/MEM/2018,” tulis laman resmi Kementerian ESDM. Penurunan ini terjadi akibat menurunnya harga minyak kelapa sawit, pada perhitungan yang tertera pada Surat Direktur Jenderal EBTKE Nomor 3381/10/DJE/2018. HIP biodiesel ini ditopang oleh harga rata-rata CPO sepanjang 25 Mei 2018 hingga 24 Juni 2018 sebesar Rp 7.740 per kg. Harga ini lebih rendah pada periode sebelumnya, yaitu Rp 7.954 per kg. Penurunan harga terjadi pula pada HIP bioetanol. Harga pasar bioetanol diplot sebesar Rp 9.900 per liter oleh Pemerintah setelah selama lima bulan terakhir sempat mengalami kenaikan dari Rp 10.059 (Februari), Rp 10.083 (Maret), Rp 10.140 (April), Rp 10.147 (Mei), dan Rp 10.210 (Juni).Faktor penurunan ini ditentukan oleh rata-rata tetes tebu KPB selama 25 Agustus 2018 – 24 Juni 2018 tercatat sebesar Rp 1.533 per kg ditambah besaran dolar Amerika Serikat, yaitu USD 0,25 per liter dikali 4,125 kg per liter. Untuk diketahui, HIP BBN ditetapkan setiap bulan dan dilakukan evaluasi paling sedikit 6 bulan selali oleh Direktur Jenderal EBTKE. (SINDONEWS)

https://ekbis.sindonews.com/read/1318583/34/pelemahan-harga-minyak-sawit-dorong-penurunan-tarif-biodesel-1530619682

Indonesia, Netherlands Agree to Seek Win-Win Solution on Palm Oil: Indonesia and the Netherlands will continue to work together to address the European Union’s biofuel ban, which has placed the Southeast Asian country’s palm oil exports at a disadvantage, Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said after a meeting with her Dutch counterpart, Stef Blok, in Jakarta. It is imperative for Indonesia, the world’s largest palm oil producer, to have its interest in the commodity reflected in the final outcome of a comprehensive economic partnership agreement with the European Union, which is currently being negotiated, Retno said. “One of the largest components of Indonesian exports to the Netherlands is palm oil, therefore I brought the issue of discrimination against palm oil to the attention of Minister Blok,” Retno told reporters after the meeting. The European Commission, European Parliament and the Council of the European Union recently agreed to start limiting the consumption of biofuels, bioliquids and biomass fuels produced from food or feed crops with high indirect land-use change by 2019 and phase it out completely by 2030. The agreement, approved on June 14, aims to increase renewable energy use in the European Union as part of the bloc’s fight against climate change. “We remain very concerned about a high potential risk of discrimination; the draft stipulates that it will use indirect land-use change as a criteria, which reflect a more European view than an internationally accepted one,” Retno said. A study by the IUCN released last week also concluded that a ban on palm oil would shift, rather than stop the loss of global biodiversity. (JAKARTAGLOBE)

http://jakartaglobe.id/news/indonesia-netherlands-agree-to-seek-win-win-solution-on-palm-oil/