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Bengkulu Port is located in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
The port is reported to have a coal loading capability of 8 million tonnes per year. In 2017, the Bengkulu Provincial Government announced it would pursue an export target of 50 million tons of coal per year. The port is currently equipped with three coal loading conveyor belts. In 2017, however, another source stated that the coal throughput reached 5.47 million tonnes (an increase from 4.83 in 2013).
Proposed coal terminal
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 Bengkulu. However the government was finding it difficult to obtain private funding for the terminals in the current environment of depressed coal prices. There have been no updates on this proposal since 2014 (as of September 2021), so it has likely been shelved.
- Operator: Kandla Port Trust, Adani Group
- Location: Gujarat, India
- Annual Coal Capacity (Tonnes): 5.47 million
- Status: Operating
- Type: Exports
- Coal source: Indonesia
Articles and Resources
- "Port of Bengkulu" World Port Source, accessed May 17, 2012.
- Permana, Christino (2020). "Analysis of Supply and Demand of Coal Terminal in Sumatera" (PDF). Scitepress. Retrieved 2021-09-06.
- "Bengkulu Dreams to become the Largest Gate of Coal Exports – Titan Infra Energy". TitanInfra. 2017-10-10. Retrieved 2021-09-06.
- "Bengkulu". www.indonesiaport.co.id. Retrieved 2021-09-06.
- "Indonesia's plan for dedicated coal ports will face funding issues, may hit exports: analysts," Platts, 4 July, 2014