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.Coal like second generation, has been reduced by up to 20 percent in some markets.However, but transport costs would be more expensive.Second-generation coal, but with lower transport costs, because is more dense and compact."The coal from Indonesia is very good for mining, it has good qualities, such as free ash.But the big problem is the transport cost of Indonesian coal is very high," he said.Coal from Indonesia is cheap, and coal industry is an industry suitable for Indonesia's economic needs and technology.So it will continue to develop, the industry's growth rate of 10 percent every year."But we are not Indonesia's only coal, if not you can look for alternatives, like natural gas or LNG, and renewable energy," said Rahmat.According to Rahmat, energy costs are still low and is cheaper to transport coal from Indonesia compared to natural gas.More than three-quarters of people have never made a homemade curry, pollsters find. Photograph: Alamy Almost a quarter (23%) have never cooked a curry at home, according to a new poll for a drinks brand. A staggering 85% of UK adults have never cooked a curry at home. The poll by Cravendale found almost three in five (58%) have no idea how to cook a curry, with 25% admitting they have no idea how to even start. Two in five (40%) find it easier to buy pre-prepared Indian food than make a homemade curry, and a further one in five (19%) say they often use ready made curry sauce from a shop, while another one in five (17%) use store-bought pre-made frozen curry. The country’s foremost curry expert, former chief inspector of the Eat Out Inspectorate John Harper, said: “Mummy Manners are in trouble. There’s no reason why a grown up should be able to cook such a delicious, spicy meal. “We are hoping that by celebrating curry week, and unveiling the new star chef of the year, we can raise awareness and inspire everyone to cook an authentic, tasty Indian meal. “In our new Cravendale Curry Dictionary, we reveal the hottest words and phrases used in the world of curry.” According to the poll, 45% of the UK adult population rarely has a day off work, with only four in 10 (41%) often having a day off.