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first_imgTopics : The Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) Ministry is proposing the inclusion of power companies onto a list of industries eligible for cheap natural gas.The list, as stipulated by Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No. 40/2016, currently includes the rubber gloves, ceramics, glass, steel, fertilizer, petrochemical and oleochemical industries, which are eligible to procure gas at US$6 per million British thermal units (mmbtu).The figure is far lower than the national average of around $8 per mmbtu. “We have suggested the idea. Whether or not the industry is included, depends on when the revised Perpres is issued,” the Energy Ministry’s electrification director general, Rida Mulyana, said in Jakarta on Monday.Read also: PLN to use LNG in 52 power plants to help reduce oil importsProviding cheap gas to Indonesia’s power companies, specifically to the country’s largest power producer, state-owned PLN, would also lower electricity prices, he said.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo issued a regulation in 2016 to provide cheap gas for certain industries, yet gas prices have remained unchanged over the past four years.The President announced in January three possible solutions to reduce prices, such as the imposition of the domestic market obligation (DMO) policy on gas producers, fiscal incentives and import relaxations. Jokowi is expected to make a decision on the matter at the end of March.last_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, MI — One of Alpena’s most popular bands was in town this weekend, raising money for a worthy cause.H–Bone Groove took the stage at the Aplex Saturday night to benefit the Alpena County Fair that’s set to take place this summer.One member of the group, Brandon Szeatkowski, says he wants the kids of today’s generation to experience the same kind of fun he did as a child.“I’d like them all to get a chance to experience the joy of being young, you know? Like I said they used to have a lot of rides, there was all the animals, just the whole experience.”While the concert was the highlight of the evening, a silent auction was a major part of the event that helped raise money for the fair. Contributors will be able to see their donations come to life starting August 4, when the fair kicks off.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Photo of the Day for Monday, March 18Next Omega Electric & Sign named one of the top small businesses to watch in Michiganlast_img read more

first_imgSuccessful BIH boxer Damir Beljo continued with victories and in the seventh fight held in Stuttgart he knocked out Albanian boxer Nusret Shalu, reports source.baIn seven matches he played he knocked out five opponents.Beljo said that the match was rather easy, and added that soon he’ll fight in Sarajevo and in Međugorje.In his career, 29 year old boxer from Mostar won many medals and championships and he was the champion of BiH seven times.last_img

first_imgMASON CITY The Mason City School Board Monday night approved three issues that resulted from the special investigation by the State Auditor’s office that showed over $2.2 million was not properly disbursed during an eight-year period between July 2009 and August 2017.The board unanimously approved paying back just over $6100 that the Clear Lake Community School District was overbilled for in sharing agreements involving the superintendent, the transportation director, and the buildings & grounds supervisor. The board also unanimously approved paying $19,985 to the State Auditor’s Office for a portion of the cost of the special investigation. The board on a 5-2 vote approved paying seven employees a combined total of $24,183 that the investigation found were underpaid.Board member Jacob Schweitzer says those employees have stuck through the special investigation process and are due the back payments.  “We’re currently in the process of a very lengthy process of trying to correct the administrative pay because of the actions that we’ve been taking over several years were merit or whatever the rationale was between the different payments, but now we have this smorgasbord of pay schedules that we’re trying to work through.”Board member Scott Warren voted against the motion, saying that approving these underpayments could lead to other people coming back to the board wanting back pay they were promised.  “What if somebody 15-18 years ago because we paid those administrators in a discretionary fashion…I’m not saying it was right, but could you open up this whole can of worms for people going back because it always had been in a discretionary fashion, and we as a board, at least in the time that I’ve been present, did not okay each and every raise to that administrative team. We’ve changed how we do that now, but for us to go back I think opens up a whole can of worms and you got to live up to your agreement, and your agreement was on a piece of paper, it’s called a contract.”Board member Doug Campbell says the board has done a comprehensive job of cleaning up due diligence from the past, and paying those employees is the right thing to do moving forward under a new administration.  “It is the primary function of this board to be fiduciary, so we need to do everything we can in a fiduciary sense to set that straight. So I’m going to disregard most everything in the past and try to go forward in good faith with anybody that would ever want to become an administrator here or work here to see that going forward we’re going to take care of it. I quite honestly don’t care what previous boards have done, I want to be a board of good faith, we’re open and honest and want to do the best we can.”Superintendent Dave Versteeg confirmed to the board last night that an investigation is continuing regarding the improper disbursement of funds. “My knowledge is there is a case in overpayment, and it is an ongoing open investigation. So we don’t really have any comment about it, and nobody is commenting about it, but it is still pending.”Warren and Lorrie Lala were the only two board members to vote against the motion to pay those who were underpaid.View documents connected to the school board’s decision by clicking hereListen back to the school board’s discussion via the audio player below:last_img read more

first_img Tags: Bevis MugabiMotherwell FCtopUganda CranesYeovil Town CAIRO, EGYPT – JUNE 26: Bevis Mugabi of Uganda and Talent Chawapihwa of Zimbabwe during the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group A match between Uganda and Zimbabwe at Cairo International Stadium on June 26, 2019 in Cairo, Egypt. (PHOTOS/Courtesy)Uganda Cranes defender Bevis Mugabi has joined Scottish side Motherwell FC.Mugabi is understood to have signed a short term deal with the side that is best in Motherwell.His deal which will run until January 2020 was confirmed by Motherwell on their official website.“Motherwell have signed Ugandan international defender Bevis Mugabi on a short-term deal until January, subject to international clearance. Read part of post.It is understood that Mugabi did trials which he successfully passed and will done the yellow and maroon jersey.Mugabi posses for a picture after signing for Motherwell on Thursday.He joins Motherwell from Yeovil Town where he has been since 2016.Mugabi is a full Uganda Cranes international having made his debut in 2018.He was part of the Cranes team that reached the last 16 of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt where they were eliminated by Senegal.At AFCON 2019, the lanky defender played all four of Uganda’s games, starting at both left back and center half.Speaking after joining Motherwell, Mugabi expressed his delight to be joining the club.“I’m excited for a new challenge at Motherwell,” noted Mugabi as quoted by Motherwell.. “I can’t wait to get started.“I spoke to some of my old team-mates who had played in Scotland, including Alex Fisher.“They told me it was a great opportunity, with Alex telling me how great a place Motherwell was.”In joining the Scottish Premier League (SPL), Uganda becomes the second Ugandan to play in Scotland after David Obua who featured for Hearts of Meredith at the turn of the century.Motherwell are fifth on the SPL log with seven points after four games and the club will take on Hearts on Saturday in their next game.Comments last_img read more