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Coal Mine in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.

The Group acquired a thermal coal mine in Indonesia in 2010 to meet its future coal requirements for operational and upcoming power plants in India.

  • The coal concession named PT Jankar Prima is located in South Barito, Buntok District of Central Kalimantan Province in Indonesia.
  • This coal mine is located about 300 kms away from the town of Banjarmasin in Central Kalimantan and is accessible by Provincial road.
  • The coal concession is spread across 4148 hectares, located strategically close to coal evacuation infrastructure.
  • The total coal resource in the coal mine is estimated around 70 million tons with moderate coal quality of 5300 to 5800 Kcal / Kg on ADB basis.
  • There is an ex-log road of 44 kms which connects the mine with the Barito river.
  • The Group has also acquired another company which has land at a suitable location near the Barito river on the water front for storage, crushing, stockpile and loading of coal through Jetty in large barges.
  • Jetty would be developed at this location through which coal would be barged to the open sea to a mother vessel which would further ship coal to power plants in India.