Britmindo News

Government to increase coal royalty next month

The government will imposed a higher coal royalty of 13.5 percent for coal miners holding the so-called IUP mining license starting next month as the revision of Government Regulation No 9/2012

Coal reference price for March set at $77.01

The government announced its coal reference price (HBA) for March 2014 at US$77.01 per ton FOB vessel, lower compared to $80.44 per ton in February 2014.


COALspot.com: Indonesia, the world 4th largest coal producer and the Global largest multi grade coal exporter shipped around $1.8* billion worth of coal in January 2014.

Govt sets export reference price for mineral concentrates

The Ministry of Trade has issued the export reference price of certain mineral concentrates for the period of March 2014.

MEMR issues new ruling on technical considerations to use forest ...

The Directorate General of Coal and Mineral at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) has issued a new Regulation No 216 K/30/DJB/2014 on the mechanism to obtain technical considerations

Palembang Workshop Highlighted Key Strategy to Improve Operationa ...

For the first time, Mitrais Mining Solutions held a workshop in Palembang, capital city of South Sumatra province, to present the solutions that will support mining companies in improving efficiency

Britmindo Features in the March edition of Coal Asia Magazine

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Fitch: Indonesia coal output cap to hurt miners reliant on volume ...

(Singapore-20 February 2014) -- Fitch Ratings says that the credit profiles of mining sub-contractors and miners highly reliant on increasing volumes to support high debt servicing will be

Coal royalty to be set at a single tariff of 13.5%

The government plans to introduce a coal royalty tariff of 13.5 percent as part of a planned revision of Government Regulation No 9/2012 on type and tariff of non-tax state revenue, Investor Daily

Vietnam plans to import coal from RI

Vietnam state-owned oil and gas group Petrovietnam plans to import around 10 million tons per annum of thermal coal from 2017 onwards mostly from Indonesia and Australia, reports said Tuesday