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(From The Jakarta Post)
from THE JAKARTA POST -- MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 2007 -- PAGE 2 In line with the government's efforts to reduce kerosene consumption and fuel-subsidy spending, state oil and gas firm PT Pertamina plans to replace one million kiloliters (kl) of kerosene with 567,000 tons of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) for household use this year
The plan is a part of a three-year program to replace the burning of 5.2 million kl of kerosene with 3.5 million tons of LPG by 2009, according to Pertamina marketing and trade director Ahmad Faisal
Ahmad said Friday that by March this year, Pertamina would be able to supply LPG cylinders and gas stoves …