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Arutmin Indonesia www.arutmin.com

Concession area of Kalimantan Block 6, covering narrow strips of land in the southeast of Kalimantan and the northern tip of neighboring island Pulau Laut.

Arutmin operates 6 open cut coal mines: Senakin, Satui, Mulia, Batulicin, Asam-asam and Kintap, all strategically located near Arutmin’s port facility – North Pulau Laut Coal Terminal (NPLCT) in the north shore of Pulau Laut.

Senakin mine produces bituminous coal. Senakin coal is crushed and, apart from a small portion, washed to lower the ash content and heighten marketability.

Satui mine produces bituminous coal that requires crushing but does not require washing due to its low ash content.

Mulia, Asam Asam and Kintap mine produce eco-coals which mainly used as fuel for domestic and foreign steam-energy power stations. Those mines produce sub-bituminous coal with extremely low ash and sulphur contents and therefore are environmentally friendly.

Batulicin mine consist of Ata, Mereh, Saring and Mangkalapi deposits. Ata coal is characterized by low ash, high sulphur, high CV, while the coal from Mereh and Saring coal is characterized by high ash, low sulphur, low CV. Mereh coal is crushed and, apart from a small portion, washed to lower the ash content and heighten marketability.

In 2012, Arutmin’s total coal mined reached 28.2 million tons, which increased 14.4% from 24.7 million tons in 2011.

 
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