November 19, 2009 / 5:09 AM / 10 years ago

FACTBOX-Indonesia coal loading and port details

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 Nov 19 (Reuters) - Indonesia, the world’s biggest thermal exporter of coal, expects to increase production to 230 million tonnes this year, with about 160 million tonnes exported.
 Here are details on some key ports and loading facilities:
 COAL LOADING/ANCHORAGE:
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  Port                           user           Handling
                                                capacity
                                               (tonnes/day)
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 EAST KALIMANTAN
 1. Balikpapan Coal terminal     common user   30,000-40,000
 2. Bontang Coal terminal        Indominco     40,000
 3. Tanah Merah Coal terminal    Kideco        40,000
 4. Tanjung Bara coal terminal   KPC           70,000-80,000
 5. Teluk Adang                  Kideco         8,000-12,000
 6. Teluk Apar                   Various        8,000-10,000
 7. Muara Berau/Muara Jawa       Various        8,000-10,000
 8. Muara Pantai                 Berau Coal    12,000-20,000
 9. Tarakan                      Mandiri IP     8,000-10,000
 SOUTH KALIMANTAN
 1. North Pulau Laut             Arutmin       35,000-40,000
 2. South Pulau Laut             common user   35,000-40,000
 3. Jorong  anchorage          Jorong Barutama  8,000-12,000
 4. Sebuku  anchorage          Bahari Cakrawala 8,000-12,000
 5. Muara Satui  anchorage     Arutmin, various 8,000-12,000
 6. Taboneo  anchorage         Adaro, various   8,000-20,000
 7. Tanjung Petang anchorage   Arutmin,various  8,000-12,000
 SUMATRA
 1. Kertapati Jetty            Bukit Asam        5,000-6,000
 2. Muarasabak (anchorage)     Various           6,000-7,000
 3. Pulau Baai                 Various           6,000-7,000
 5. Tarahan Coal Terminal      Bukit Asam      25,000-30,000
 6. Teluk Bayur port           Bukit Asam,       8,000
 COAL DISCHARGE PORTS IN JAVA:
 Port                         User               Capacity (tonnes/day) ——————————————————————————————
 1. Cigading, W. Java     Krakatau Steel         10,000
                          Indocement
 2. Ciwandan, W. Java     Common user             6,000
 3. Suralaya, W. Java     PLN                   20,000-25,000
 4. Cirebon, W. Java      Common User             6,000
 5. Cilacap C. Java       Pelindo III             6,000
 6. Tanjung Jati B        PLN                    35,000
 7. Paiton PEC, E.Java    Paiton Energy Co.     10,000-12,000
 8. Paiton PLN, E. Java   PLN                   10,000-12,000
 9. Paiton Jawa Power     Jawa Power            40,000-45,000
 10. Gresik, E.Java       Semen Gresik            3,500
 TRANSHIPMENT
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 Besides coal loading ports, coal producers use transshipment facilities in open seas to load coal from barges to bulk carriers.
 - PT Adaro Indonesia has 4 floating transshipment systems that can load vessels up to 25,000 tonnes per day.
 - PT Berau Coal has a transshipment facility at Muara Pantai in the Sulawesi sea. It uses ship cranes to load coal directly from barges to ships with a loading rate of 12,000 tonnes per day. It also uses a Semi Submersible Trans-shipper to transfer coal to ships from barges by a system of conveyors with a loading rate of 15,000-18,000 tonnes per day.
 - PT Bayan Resources Tbk (BYAN.JK) operates the Kalimantan Floating Transfer Station to load coal onto Cape-size vessels. It has the capacity to load coal to such vessels at a rate of 4,000 tonnes per hour. The firm also owns the Balikpapan Coal Terminal.
 Sources: Indonesia Coal Producers Association, Indonesia Coal Book 2008/2009, PT Adaro Energy (ADRO.JK) website www.adaro.com, Berau Coal website www.beraucoal.co.id, Bayan Resources website www.bayan.com.sg  (Compiled by Fitri Wulandari; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)    

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