Britmindo News

Fitch: Pressure on China Coal Miners to Continue Despite Governme ...

Fitch Ratings-Hong Kong/Shanghai-08 December 2014: Fitch Ratings says that Chinese coal mining companies will continue to be pressured by low prices, which will persist despite recent government

PT. Britmindo Jasa Utama Coal Production Increases

PT. Britmindo Jasa Utama (BJU) during November recorded its largest single monthly coal production under management. BJU is presently managing five (5) operational sites

Australian Guidelines for the estimation and classification of Co ...

New Australian Guidelines for the estimation and classification of Coal Resources 2014 Edition have now been published by the Coalfields Geology Council of New South Wales and the Queensland Resources

Further changes to foreign ownership rules in Indonesian mining s ...

By: Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners ( On 14 October 2014, then-President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono signed Government Regulation 77/2014 (GR 77/2014), which further amends Government

Environmental monitoring of mine activities using images from Unm ...

Presentation by Mr Fatwa Ramdani (Researcher - Institute of Geography, Tohoku University, Japan) and Mr Andy Gusty Rangga (GIS Specialist, PT Britmindo) at the recent Geospatial Asia Forum.

Moodys 2015 outlook for Asian coal industry negative

(November 26, 2014) -- Moodys Investors Service says that its negative outlook for the Asian coal industry in 2015 reflects the producers struggle to generate positive cash flows

Government grants C&C status for 61 mining permits

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has granted clear and clean (C&C) status for 61 miners, both minerals and coal, holding the IUP mining business permit and IPR people’s mining license

Indonesian coal miners unlikely to cut output despite price slump

Indonesian coal producers continuing efforts to slash costs are enabling them to increase output and remain profitable even though prices are at the lowest since March 2009, analysts said Monday

Indonesia’s Tough Choice: Capping Coal While Demand Grows

Indonesia cannot build power stations fast enough. And neither can most of its Southeast Asian neighbors.Rapid economic and population growth are driving equally rapid demands for electricity as the

Govt warns 4,800 miners of permit termination

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has warned over 4,800 miners in the country holding the so-called IUP mining permits to resolve the various problems in their mining operations by year end