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ICMA expects lower coal output, export in 2016

The Indonesian Coal Mining Association (ICMA) expects the country’s coal production this year to further decline to around 350 million tons to 370 million tons from 392 million tons last year amid t ...

All non-C&C mining permits to be revoked by May

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Sudirman Said stated that efforts to resolve thousands of non-clean and clear (non-C&C) IUP mining permits will be completed by May of this year.

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IEA - Global coal demand stalls after more than a decade of relen ...

Following more than a decade of aggressive growth, global coal demand has stalled, the International Energy Agency said Friday in its annual coal market report.

HBA coal reference price down to $53.51

The government set its coal reference price (HBA) for December 2015 at US$53.51 per ton FOB, lower than $54.43 per ton set in November.


Falling fuel costs have cushioned major Indonesian thermal coal suppliers from sharply lower coal prices this year, but their smaller-than-expected output cuts have cast doubts on any possible

HBA coal reference price down to $57.39 per ton

The government set its coal reference price (or better known as HBA) for October 2015 at US$57.39 per ton, down 1.4 percent from $58.21 per ton in September.

Thermal coal prices close to rock bottom: Citi analysts

Thermal coal prices are close to rock bottom as coal producers have squeezed almost all of the gains from increased productivity, lower fuel prices and weaker currencies, and prices are set to

Britmindo Group and Associates present “Mining in a Day”

The Britmindo Group together with PT Danmar Explorindo, PT Geo Search, QCC Resources and Dassault Systemes-Geovia held a seminar for the first time on Sept 1st, 2015 at the Novotel Hotel Balikpapan.

Government wont relax mineral ores export ban

Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Sudirman Said stated Monday that the government will not lift the current export ban on mineral ores as the risks from such a move would be greater than the ex