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Taboneo anchorage is an open sea coal loading anchorage located off the coast of South Borneo in Indonesia.
The port is capable of handling 20,000 DWT coal bulk carriers.
In July 2014 it was reported that Indonesia planned to build 14 dedicated coal terminals on the islands of Kalimantan and Sumatra in a bid to curb illegal coal exports. One of the proposed locations was Taboneo. However the government was finding it difficult to obtain private funding for the terminals in the current environment of depressed coal prices. As of November 2021, there is no indication that a dedicated coal terminal was built at Taboneo.
- Location: East Kalimantan, Indonesia
- Annual Coal Capacity (Tonnes):
- Status: Operating
- Type: Exports
- Coal source: Indonesia
Articles and Resources
- "Tabobeo Anchorage to Load 1.5 Million Ton or More Coal in H1 August" CoalSpot.com, July 31, 2010.
- Indonesian Mining Areas Map, PWC, March 2018
- "Indonesia's plan for dedicated coal ports will face funding issues, may hit exports: analysts," Platts, 4 July, 2014