W O R K I N G A R O U N D D I F F I C U L T I E S
O F
C O A L T R A D I N G
I N
E A S T & S O U T H K A L I M A N T A N
A ...
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION
—  Kalimantan Island
—  Demographics
—  Coal Resources & Reserves
—  Production & Sales by Provin...
5 PROVINCES OF
KALIMANTAN
3
DEMOGRAPHICS OF SOUTH AND
EAST KALIMANTAN
South	
  Kalimantan	
   East	
  Kalimantan	
  
Land	
  Area	
   :	
   37,530	
  ...
COAL RESOURCES AND
RESERVES
	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
   	
  	
  
Province	
   ...
COAL PRODUCTION BY
PROVINCE
Top 5 CCoW Producers 2011	
  
	
  (tonnes)	
  	
  
South	
  Kalimantan	
   	
  	
  
1	
   Adar...
DOMESTIC & EXPORT SALES BY
PROVINCE
DOMESTIC	
  SALES	
   	
  EXPORT	
  SALES	
   TOTAL	
  SALES	
  
SOUTH	
  KALIMANTAN	
...
MAIN DIFFICULTIES
—  Cash vs LC Payment
—  Big vs Small Producer
—  Many small producers so cash is king
—  Quality co...
MAIN
CONSIDERATIONS
East Kalimantan
—  Less police intervention
—  More regulated / Less cowboys
—  Anchorage –
Muara B...
10
EASTERN
KALIMANTAN
PORTS
11
SOUTH
KALIMANTAN PORTS
IMPORTANT
CONSIDERATIONS
—  Experience of suppliers? Traders? Brokers?
—  KYS – Know Your Supplier. Track record?
—  Qu...
Conclusion
—  Check and recheck
—  Do not rush in
—  Take time to understand the process and logistical
pitfalls/issues...
Thank you
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delivered the presentation at IMM’s 2014 Kalimantan Coal Conference.

The IMM’s Kalimantan Coal Conference brings together 120+ senior executives, decision makers from government, mining, infrastructure, shipping and supply sectors to discuss new policies and strategies for tackling the current and emerging issues within the burgeoning Kalimantan coal sector.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.immevents.com/kalicoalconference13

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  1. 1. W O R K I N G A R O U N D D I F F I C U L T I E S O F C O A L T R A D I N G I N E A S T & S O U T H K A L I M A N T A N A Trader’s Point of View 1 PT. Asia Pacific Mining Resources
  2. 2. TOPICS OF DISCUSSION —  Kalimantan Island —  Demographics —  Coal Resources & Reserves —  Production & Sales by Province —  Main Difficulties —  Main Considerations for South & East Kalimantan —  Important Considerations —  Conclusion 2
  3. 3. 5 PROVINCES OF KALIMANTAN 3
  4. 4. DEMOGRAPHICS OF SOUTH AND EAST KALIMANTAN South  Kalimantan   East  Kalimantan   Land  Area   :   37,530  km2   127,267  km2   Popula9on   :   3.7  Million     3.6  Million   Major  Ethnics   :   Banjar   Barjar   Javanese   Javanese   Bugis   Bugis   Madura   Dayak   Kutai   Toraja   Govenor   :   Drs  H  Rudy  Arifin   Mr  Awang  Faroek  Ishak   4
  5. 5. COAL RESOURCES AND RESERVES                                     Province       Resouces       Reserves               (million  tons)       (million  tons)           Coal  Quality   Inferred   Indicated   Measured   Total   Probable   Proven   Total       Low  <5100     1,070   652   672   2,394   398   474   871   Medium  5100-­‐6100   2,110   2,261   2,071   6,441   657   1,922   2,580   South  Kalimantan   High  6100-­‐7100   636   431   739   1,806   123   204   327   Very  High  >7100   18   0   0   18   0   0   0   Total   3,834   3,344   3,482   10,659   1,178   2,600   3,778       Low  <5100     1,208   1,009   1,314   3,531   403   740   1,143   Medium  5100-­‐6100   10,864   4,218   4,700   19,781   4,544   2,475   7,019   East  Kalimantan   High  6100-­‐7100   1,158   968   1,919   4,044   222   441   663   Very  High  >7100   48   78   72   198   4   32   37       Total   13,277   6,283   8,004   27,563   5,174   3,688   8,862   Grand  Total   17,110   9,627   11,486   38,223   6,352   6,288   12,640   Note:  Depth  boundary  was  calculated  un9l  100  m  below  earth  surface,  figures  rounded  up  to  the  nearest  thousand   Source:    Center  for  Geology  Resouces,  Geology  Agency  as  per  Dec  2011   5
  6. 6. COAL PRODUCTION BY PROVINCE Top 5 CCoW Producers 2011    (tonnes)     South  Kalimantan       1   Adaro  Indonesia,  PT    47,667,466     2   Arutmin  Indonesia,  PT    22,831,551     3   Baramarta,  PD    4,433,167     4   Wahana  Baratama  Mining,  PT    4,233,826     5   Bomeo  Indobara,  PT    2,754,552     Other  producers    7,227,926         Mining  Business  Lisence  **    29,139,632     Sub  Total    118,288,119     East  Kalimantan       1   Kal9m  Prima  Coal,  PT   40,451,865   2   Kideco  Jaya  Agung,  PT   31,394,693   3   Berau  Coal,  PT   19,443,967   4   Indominco  Mandiri,  PT   14,764,695   5   Trubaindo  Coal  Mining,  PT   7,020,886   Other  Producers   148,576,472   Mining  Business  Lisence  **   46,327,580   Sub  Total    194,904,051     **  Based  on  the  report  from  the  Provincial  Government  filing.   Source:  Directorate  Enterprise  Coal  Supervision,  Directorate  of  Mineral  and  Coal  Program   Supervision  per  Dec  2011   6
  7. 7. DOMESTIC & EXPORT SALES BY PROVINCE DOMESTIC  SALES    EXPORT  SALES   TOTAL  SALES   SOUTH  KALIMANTAN   CCoW    23,722,297      64,386,338      88,108,635     Mining  Business  Licence    8,625,202      28,724,952      37,350,154     Total    32,347,499      93,111,290      125,458,789             EAST  KALIMANTAN           CCoW    23,994,505      121,490,971      145,485,477     Mining  Business  Licence    9,401,605      33,093,650      42,495,255     Total    33,396,110      154,584,621      187,980,732     **  Based  on  the  report  from  the  Provincial  Government  filing.   Source:  Directorate  Enterprise  Coal  Supervision,  Directorate  of  Mineral  and  Coal  Program  Supervision  per  Dec  2011   7
  8. 8. MAIN DIFFICULTIES —  Cash vs LC Payment —  Big vs Small Producer —  Many small producers so cash is king —  Quality considerations : Some coal quality not available in certain areas. —  Barges vs Vessel Shipment —  Anchorage / Berthing Prospects —  Weather Issues —  Local Issues / Police Checks —  Cost of Stevedoring / Transhipment 8
  9. 9. MAIN CONSIDERATIONS East Kalimantan —  Less police intervention —  More regulated / Less cowboys —  Anchorage – Muara Berau (Jul-Dec) Muara Jawa (Jan-Jun) Adang Bay / Apar Bay Bontang Coal Terminal Tanjung Bara Coal Terminal Tarakan / P. Bunyu —  Berthing - Balikpapan Coal Terminals —  Many Jetty with Cap of 240’ barges with 5500 MT → Sg. Dondang South Kalimantan —  More police intervention in terms of illegal mining activities —  Tarboneo / Jorong / Satui / Tj. Pemancingan —  Berthing / Indonesian Bulk Terminal —  North Pulau Laut Coal Terminal —  More Jetty can load 300’ —  High speed loading in Sg. Putting of approx 10-12 hours per barge —  Tapin Coal Terminal 3-6 hours loading per barge 9
  10. 10. 10 EASTERN KALIMANTAN PORTS
  11. 11. 11 SOUTH KALIMANTAN PORTS
  12. 12. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS —  Experience of suppliers? Traders? Brokers? —  KYS – Know Your Supplier. Track record? —  Quality of coal required —  Payment terms —  Always conduct pre-shipment analysis 12
  13. 13. Conclusion —  Check and recheck —  Do not rush in —  Take time to understand the process and logistical pitfalls/issues —  Avoid down-payment unless you are comfortable or supplier have a track record —  Need to control the whole delivery chain from mine to barge/vessel —  Finally….. 13
  14. 14. Thank you 14
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