Labuhan Angin coal terminal

From Global Energy Monitor

Labuhan Angin coal terminal is the dedicated terminal for the Labuhan Angin power station. The terminal is located on the west coast of North Sumatra Province, Indonesia.


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The coal terminal included the construction of one coal wharf to unload coal from ships with 8,000 DWT of volume. The handling system, designed to unload coal at the rate of 840,000 tonnes/year, includes a continuous chain-bucket ship unloader. The project was completed and commissioned in 2006, and is the property of the State Power Company of Indonesia (PT PLN Persero).[1]

The Labuhan Angin power station has a capacity of 230 megawatts and began commercial operation in 2008. The plant is also owned by PLN.[2]

Project Details

  • Operator: PT PLN Persero
  • Location: Labuhan Angin Village, Tapian Nauli District, Central Tapanuli (Tapanuli Tengah) Regency, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia
  • Annual Coal Capacity (Tonnes): 840,000
  • Status: Operating
  • Type: Domestic
  • Coal source:

Articles and Resources


  1. "Indonesia," CCC First Harbor Consultants, accessed July 2015
  2. Sektor Labuhan Angin, PLN website, accessed Mar. 2015.

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