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Sangatta coal mine

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The Sangatta coal mine is owned and operated by Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), a majority owned subsidiary of Bumi Resources. (In 2007 a 30% stake in KPC was sold to the Indian company, Tata Power.) The mine itself comprises the Prima, Pinang and Melawan mining pits.

KPC states on its website that the Sangatta deposit has 621 million tonnes of marketable reserves and 3,020 million tonnes of measured and indicated resources.[1]

The Bengalon coal mine, which is owned by KPC, adjoins the Sangatta mine to the north.

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  1. Kaltim Prima Coal, "Operations", Kaltim Prima Coal website, accessed June 2010.

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