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Britmindo News

Britmindo Update - CoVid19

The Britmindo Group wishes to advise we are continuing to support our existing clients and project sites during this uncertain period during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICI 4 coal derivatives prices strengthen

The ICI 4 thermal coal derivatives market showed further signs of strengthening, with a 15,000t March contract trading at a higher price to a similar transaction done earlier this week

Government sets higher 2019 coal DMO volume target

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has set coal domestic market obligation (DMO) volume for this year at 128 million tons, higher than last year’s realized DMO volume of 115.09 million tons

Government to increase royalty of major coal miners

The government plans to increase the royalty tariff of major coal miners in the country in a bid to increase state revenue, Bisnis Indonesia reported on Wednesday.

Viewpoint: Indonesian coal sellers plan amid volatility

Regulatory obstacles in Indonesia could hamper coal production in 2019 and uncertainty about Chinas import policy could also curb exports, even though a number of producers have announced tentative

Ministry approves coal DMO quota transfer proposals

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has approved proposals from some coal miners to sell part of their coal production to other miners via so-called coal DMO quota transfer mechanism to help

Ministry approves additional coal output of 21.9m tons

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has approved request made by coal miners for additional coal output of 21.9 million tons this year, much lower than the government’s target of 100 million

Britmindo Group article published in the South China Morning Post

When Alan Nye passed the management of Britmindo on to his sons David and Stephen, he handed over a legacy of an honest and professional mining consultancy service. Today, the group continues to help

Chinas changing policies may weigh on seaborne thermal coal price ...

Shifting government policies in China may disrupt international coal markets, likely putting downward pressure on prices in the next few months, ANZ analysts said Friday.

New Export Regulations: The Re-Emergence of Resource Nationalism?

Under regulations issued on 11 January 2017: â–ª Exports of certain amounts of mineral concentrates may continue for a further five years, with permission for exports monitored at least every six mo ...