Britmindo News

Coal reference price for March set at $67.76

The government set its coal reference price (HBA) for March 2015 at US$67.76 per ton FOB, higher than $62.92 per ton set in February.

MEMR issues coal price formula for mine-mouth power plants

The Director General of Coal and Mineral at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) issued new Decree No 466.K/32/DJB/2015 on the formula to determine coal price for mine-mouth power plant

MEMR grants C&C status to 87 mining firms

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) grants the so-called C&C status for 87 mining firms, both coal and mineral, holding the IUP mining business permit.

Coal reference price for February set at $62.92

The government set its coal reference price (HBA) for February 2015 at US$62.92 per ton FOB, lower than $63.84 per ton set in January 2015.

Govt cancels C&C status of 11 firms

The Directorate General of Mineral and Coal (minerba) at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources it has cancelled the clean and clear (C&C) status of IUP mining business permit of 11 mining firms

Coal Exploration and Geostatistics

Geostatistics in Coal Exploration is a relatively new development although it has been around in precious and base metal exploration for a long time. It is gaining popularity globally and this is ver

Introducing Britmindo Australia Pty Ltd

Britmindo Australia Pty Ltd is now open for business! Grant van Heerden, an experienced Coal Geologist and Technical Consultant, has joined the team and will head up the Australian Office.

Coal reference price for January set at $63.84

The government set its coal reference price (HBA) for January 2015 at US$63.84 per ton FOB, lower than $64.65 per ton set in December 2014.

Mining Reclamation and PT. Britmindo Jasa Utama Commitment

Mining reclamation in Indonesia has been long overlooked despite the governments pressure on mining companies to ensure mine rehabilitation as a compulsory requirement on all mining operations

Global coal demand to reach 9 billion tonnes per year by 2019

Global demand for coal over the next five years will continue marching higher, breaking the 9-billion-tonne level by 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said