Senakin coal mine

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The Senakin coal mine comprises bituminous coal in a deposit which runs for approximately 40 kilometers long.

Ownership

In November 2001 Bumi Resources acquired 80% of PT Arutmin Indonesia (Arutmin) from BHP Minerals Exploration Inc. At the time of acquisition, Arutmin was the fourth largest coal producer in Indonesia.[1] In April 2004, Bumi Resources brought its shareholding in Arutmin up to 99.99% and the following year undertook a minor divestment of its shareholding in KPC. In 2007 Bumi Resources sold a 30% share of the company to Tata Power of India.

Mine Layout

The mine, which is owned by Arutmin, a subsidiary of Bumi Resources, comprises the Sangsang, Sepapah and the East Senakin deposits.[2]

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Articles and Resources

Sources

  1. Bumi Resources, "Milestone", Bumi Resources website, accessed Jun 2010.
  2. Arutmin, "Operation Locations", Arutmin website, accessed May 2010.

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