(EnergyAsia, April 8) — Indonesia’s domestic oil consumption has fallen by about 16% after the government raised fuel prices last month. State oil and gas company Pertamina said that fuel consumption averaged 158,000 kiloliters per day in March, compared to February’s 189,700 kiloliters per day.   According to the Jakarta Post, demand in the first…

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