Indonesia biodiesel production is forecast slightly higher in 2018, as the Public Service Obligation (blending mandate) program continues and exports rise. Indonesia does not import biodiesel. Biodiesel consumption was slightly down in 2017, but expected to increase in 2018 assuming the mandate will be extended to the mining industry and diesel trains. Indonesia biodiesel exports dropped to a mere 187 million liters in 2017, the lowest level since 2006. Post expects 2018 biodiesel exports to rise to one billion liters following the removal of EU anti-dumping duties and sales growth to other markets.