Coal Mining in Indonesia to 2020

 Published On: Sep, 2015 |    No of Pages: 43 |  Published By: Timetric | Format: PDF
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Synopsis
'Coal Mining in Indonesia to 2020' report comprehensively covers Indonesian reserves of coal, reserves by state, resources and reserves by coal quality, proximate analysis of coal, the historic and forecast data on Indonesian coal production and by type, coal prices, historic and forecast coal consumption and consumption vs electricity generation and electricity generation from coal, consumption by type and historic and forecast coal exports, exports by type and by country. The report also includes factors driving demand for the commodity, profiles of major coal producing companies and information on the active, exploration and development coal projects.

The fiscal regime section provides information about the country’s regulatory authority, laws, licenses and other fiscal regime information such as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to the mining of the commodity in the country. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Indonesian mining value chain and for new competitors considering entering the industry.


Summary
The country has globally the ninth largest proven reserves of coal at 28 billion tonnes (Bnt), accounting for 3.1% of the global total at the end of 2014. Spread across 17 provinces and 11 basins in the country, the reserves consist mainly of sub-bituminous grade deposits, which have low to medium calorific value, high moisture and low ash and sulphur content, making it a relatively clean source of energy.

Scope
The report contains an overview of the Indonesian coal mining industry together with the key factors affecting the industry. Further, it provides information about reserves, reserves by state, historic production and production forecast, production by type, historic and forecast coal consumption and exports, coal prices, the competitive landscape and active, exploration and development coal projects.

Reasons To Buy
To gain an understanding of the Indonesian coal mining industry, it's reserves and reserves by states, proximate analysis of coal, historic and forecast production, production by type, coal prices, historic and forecast coal consumption vs. electricity generated from coal, consumption by type, historic and forecast exports and also by type, demand drivers, active, exploration and development projects, the competitive landscape and the country's fiscal regime.



Key Highlights
- Reserves are widely spread across the country - South Sumatra followed by East Kalimantan and South Kalimantan hold most of the coal deposits with 39%, 34% and 16% share of reserves respectively.

- Indonesia was the fourth-largest global producer of coal in 2014, with production of 458Mt, however this was a 3.4% reduction from 2013.

- Its coal industry is export oriented with around 78% of total production exported in 2014, with rising demand from India, China, Japan and South Korea supporting growth.
Table of Contents
1 Executive Summary
2 Coal Mining in Indonesia – Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade
2.1 Coal Reserves by State and Proximate Analysis by Basin and Major Mines
2.2 Proximate Analysis of Coal
2.3 Historic and Forecast Production
2.3.1 Production by type – thermal and coking
2.3.2 Production by province
2.4 Coal Prices
2.5 Active Mines
2.6 Exploration and Development Projects
2.7 Consumption and Trade
2.7.1 Domestic consumption vs electricity generated from coal
2.7.2 Consumption by type – coking and thermal coal
2.7.3 Coal exports
2.7.4 Coal exports by type
2.7.5 Exports by country
2.8 Demand Drivers
2.8.1 Domestic electricity generation from coal
3 Major Global Coal Producers
4 Major Coal Producers in Indonesia
4.1 Production by Major Companies
4.2 PT Bumi Resources Tbk
4.3 PT Adaro Energy Tbk
4.4 PT Kideco Jaya Agung
4.5 PT Indo Tambangraya Megah Tbk (ITM)
4.6 PT Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk
5 Fiscal Regime
5.1 The Indonesian Mining Industry – Governing Bodies
5.1.1 Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resource (MEMR)
5.1.2 Directorate General of Mineral and Coal
5.1.3 Ministry of Environment
5.1.4 Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency (Bapeten)
5.2 The Indonesian Mining Industry – Governing Laws
5.2.1 Law 4/2009
5.2.2 Domestic market obligation (DMO)
5.3 The Indonesian Mining Industry – Mining Licenses
5.3.1 Mining efforts license
5.3.2 Special mining business license (IUPK)
5.3.3 Contract of work (CoW) or coal contract of work (CCoW)
5.3.4 Divestment mining regulation
5.4 Indonesian Mining Industry – Rights and Obligations
5.4.1 Rights
5.4.2 Obligations
5.5 The Indonesian Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms
5.5.1 Central taxes
5.5.2 Royalties
5.5.3 Corporate income tax
5.5.4 Depreciation
5.5.5 Withholding tax
5.5.6 Loss carry forward
5.5.7 Value added tax (VAT)
5.5.8 Land and Building Tax
6 Appendix
6.1 Abbreviations
6.2 Bibliography
6.3 Secondary Research
6.4 Primary Research
6.5 Contact Timetric
6.6 About Timetric
6.7 Timetric’s Services
6.8 Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Resources and Reserves by Coal Quality (Million Tonnes), 2014
Table 2: Typical Proximate Analysis of Various Coals
Table 3: Typical Proximate Analysis of Various Brands of Indonesian Coal
Table 4: Typical Proximate Analysis of Indonesian Coal by Region
Table 5: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Coal Production by Type – Thermal and Coking Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 6: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Active Mines, 2015
Table 7: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Exploration Projects, 2015
Table 8: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Development Projects, 2015
Table 9: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Domestic Coal Consumption (Million Tonnes) vs Electricity Generation and Electricity Generation from Coal (TWh), 2000–2020
Table 10: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Domestic Consumption by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 11: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Exports by Type – Coking and Thermal Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Table 12: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Exports by Country (Million Tonnes), 2014
Table 13: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Selected Upcoming Coal-Fired Power Plants, 2012–2046
Table 14: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Historic and Forecast Capacity (GW) vs Electricity Generation (TWh), 2012–2022
Table 15: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Coal Production, Reserves and Annual Revenue of Largest Coal Producers, 2014
Table 16: Coal Mining in Indonesia – PT Bumi Resources Tbk Projects, 2015
Table 17: Coal Mining in Indonesia – PT Adaro Energy Tbk Projects, 2015
Table 18: Coal Mining in Indonesia – PT Indo Tambangraya Megah Tbk Projects, 2015
Table 19: Coal Mining in Indonesia – PT Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk (PTBA) Projects, 2015
Table 20: The Mining Industry in Indonesia – Minimum Shareholder Holding after Divestment (%), 2014
Table 21: The Mining Industry in Indonesia – Depreciation Tax Rates (%), 2015

List of Figures
Figure 1: Coal Mining In Indonesia – Distribution of Coal Reserves by Calorific Value
Figure 2: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Coal Production by Type – Thermal and Coking Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000–2020
Figure 3: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Coal Price Reference (US$/Tonne), 2009–2015*
Figure 4: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Domestic Coal Consumption (Million Tonnes) vs Electricity Generation and Electricity Generation from Coal (TWh), 2000–2020
Figure 5: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Exports by Type – Coking and Thermal Coal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2020
Figure 6: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Exports by Country (%), 2014
Figure 7: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Historic and Forecast Capacity (GW) vs Electricity Generation (TWh), 2012–2022
Figure 8: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Historic and Forecast Energy Mix in Electricity Generation by Fuel Type (%), 2008–2022
Figure 9: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Coal Production by Major Companies, (Million Tonnes), 2014
Figure 10: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Production by Companies (%), 2014
Figure 11: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Location of PT Bumi Resources Tbk Coal Mines
Figure 12: Coal Mining in Indonesia – Location of PT Indo Tambangraya Megah Coal Mines

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