July 23 (Bloomberg) -- Indonesia’s coal shipments fell to 26.2 million metric tons in June from 30.16 million tons in May, according to data released by the trade ministry.
The country’s June nickel exports dropped 80 percent to 572,106 tons from May, the data show. Indonesia’s copper exports declined 89 percent to 20,000 tons in the same month from May.
The following table lists details of coal and mineral exports, based on an e-mailed statement. Exports were in the form of ore and concentrates. The volumes are given in metric tons.
Indonesia is the world’s biggest exporter of thermal coal used in power plants and largest nickel producer.
================================================================ Product May June January-June ================================================================ Coal 30,157,912.97 26,171,523.18 160,068,268.59 Nickel 2,851,924.04 572,106.00 19,448,777.83 Copper 193,941.34 20,000 454,010.2 Iron Ore 499,491.40 552,498.00 6,393,712.41 Bauxite 2,362,392.51 No shipments 19,706,421.85 ================================================================ To contact the reporter on this story: Eko Listiyorini in Jakarta at firstname.lastname@example.org To contact the editor responsible for this story: Greg Ahlstrand at email@example.com