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  • Coal Mining in Indonesia Indonesian Coal Industry

    East Kalimantan. The Indonesian coal industry is rather fragmented with only a few big producers and many small players that own coal mines and coal mine concessions (mainly in Sumatra and Kalimantan). Since the early 1990s, when the coal mining sector was reopened for foreign investment, Indonesia witnessed a robust increase in coal production

  • (PDF) RESEARCH OF COKING COAL POTENCY IN EAST

    Indonesia is one of the coke users in a significant amount, both for metallurgical smelting and casting of non ferro metal. Thus, the coke role in the national development, especially in the field of industry, either large, medium or small

  • US company to develop $2 billion coal gasification project

    May 15, 2020· US company to develop $2 billion coal gasification project in East Kalimantan. Dzulfiqar Fathur Rahman The Jakarta Post Jakarta / Fri, May 15, 2020 / 05:01 pm .

  • East Kalimantan's coal fiasco and the victory of the state

    Dec 19, 2016· The coal-mine fiasco in East Kalimantan has demonstrated how a transnational company with huge capital and extensive political and business networks failed to exert its putative structural power

  • Who owns Indonesia's deadly abandoned coal mines?

    May 25, 2017· East Kalimantan’s black gold. According to data from the Office of Mines and Energy, there are 1,430 mining permit holders in East Kalimantan Province

  • Indonesia Now World's Largest Exporter of Coal for Power

    Oct 08, 2014· Flying over Indonesia's East Kalimantan, the closer we get to the provincial capital of Samarinda, the more bare patches emerge in the island's lush forest cover. Exposed brown areas dotted with lurid green tailing ponds are telltale signs of the open pit coal mining voraciously consuming Kalimantan's remaining forests.

  • Coal in East Kalimantan: taking the toxic tour Down to Earth

    As part of the campaign, JATAM is aiming to reveal the realities behind the coal industry to the public both locally and beyond East Kalimantan. Taking people on a 'Toxic Tour' aims to wake up public opinion to the poisonous effects that this industry is having on local livelihoods and the environment.

  • East Kalimantan province, Indonesia Britannica

    Again in per capita terms, East Kalimantan, with timber in addition to oil, natural gas, and coal, attracted high levels of both foreign and domestic investment, and it became Borneo It is the third largest island in the world, surpassed in size by only Greenland and New Guinea.

  • East Kalimantan`s Economy Still Heavily Relies on Coal

    A coal barge is pulled along the Mahakam river in Samarinda, East Kalimantan province, March 3, 2016. Thousands of mines are closing in Indonesia's tropical coal belt as

  • East Kalimantan WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

    East Kalimantan's economy heavily depends on earth resources such as oilfield exploration, natural gas, coal and gold. [17] [18] Balikpapan has an oil refinery plant that was built by Dutch governance before World War II, destroyed during World War II, and rebuilt after Indonesian independence.

  • East Kalimantan Map Indonesia Mapcarta

    Balikpapan is a city in East Kalimantan. It serves as headquarters for international oil companies, mining companies and related support industries operating in eastern Kalimantan. Tarakan Tarakan is a city on an island of the same name in East Kalimantan,

  • Coal in East Kalimantan: taking the toxic tour Down to Earth

    As part of the campaign, JATAM is aiming to reveal the realities behind the coal industry to the public both locally and beyond East Kalimantan. Taking people on a 'Toxic Tour' aims to wake up public opinion to the poisonous effects that this industry is having on local livelihoods and the environment.

  • Who owns Indonesia's deadly abandoned coal mines?

    May 25, 2017· East Kalimantan’s black gold. According to data from the Office of Mines and Energy, there are 1,430 mining permit holders in East Kalimantan Province

  • Mining leads to flooding in Indonesia’s coal capital Samarinda

    “The main cause of flood is coal mines,” said Muriono, an official from the disaster mitigation agency, or BPBD, in East Kalimantan province, of which Samarinda is the capital.

  • Private firm pumping $310m into East Kalimantan coal port

    Private firm pumping $310m into East Kalimantan coal port. for the construction of a coal port and processing plant in Muara Badak and Merangkayu in Kutai Kartanegara, East Kalimantan.

  • EAST KALIMANTAN COAL PTE LTD (199506444M) Singapore

    EAST KALIMANTAN COAL PTE LTD (the "Business") is a Private Company Limited by Shares, incorporated on 9 September 1995 (Saturday) in Singapore. The address of the Business's registered office is at the MARINA BAY FINANCIAL CENTRE building. The Business current operating status is live and has been operating for 24 years 262 days.

  • Air Products to Invest $2 Billion for Landmark Coal-to

    May 18, 2020· Air Products (NYSE: APD) today announced it has signed a definitive agreement for a long-term on-site contract for a world-scale coal-to-methanol production facility in Bengalon, East Kalimantan

  • Tabang / Pakar Mine Bayan

    Tabang / Pakar Mine. The Tabang / Pakar mines are located approximately 180 kilometres Northwest of Samarinda and are located in the Kutai Kartanegara Regency of East Kalimantan. The resource consists of 12 Mining License Permits (Izin Usaha Pertambangan) that contain a significant deposit of low-ash low sulphur sub-bituminous coal.

  • Wet weather slows Indonesian coal exports, supports prices

    Jul 10, 2018· FILE PHOTO: A tug boat pulls a coal barge along the Mahakam River in Samarinda, East Kalimantan province, Indonesia, March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Beawiharta/File Photo

  • East Kalimantan Program SETAPAK

    Biodiversity significance of North and East Kalimantan: North and East Kalimantan’s forests store over 3.2 million tonnes of carbon and are habitat to hundreds of endangered species. The Heart of Borneo is a world-renowned biodiversity hot-spot. Main economic activities of North and East Kalimantan: Coal mining (60% for Indonesia)

  • Indonesia Now World's Largest Exporter of Coal for Power

    Oct 08, 2014· Flying over Indonesia's East Kalimantan, the closer we get to the provincial capital of Samarinda, the more bare patches emerge in the island's lush forest cover. Exposed brown areas dotted with lurid green tailing ponds are telltale signs of the open pit coal mining voraciously consuming Kalimantan's remaining forests.

  • (PDF) COAL MINING OPERATIONS AND ITS IMPACT ON

    coal mining operations and its impact on sectoral and regional area: evidence of east kalimantan, indonesia Article (PDF Available) · February 2016 with 772 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • Coal quality characterization in East Kalimantan Province

    This study discussed the characterization of the different qualities of coal in Kalimantan. The stone and physical characterization of Kalimantan coal aimed to find the level of coal quality through proximate, ultimate and calorific value analysis. Based on the results of the study, the coal obtained from PT. Kideco Jaya Agung (KJA) had a moisture content of 17.86%, a fixed carbon of 36.56%