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Pahmi Coal in an Indonesian company was established on 2000, with core business of coal mining and trading with affiliation to coal concession owner at South Kalimantan as coal mining project under license scheme of Kuasa Pertambangan (Coal Concession) as domestic investment which concession was signed on 2000 under rules of local government (Bupati) as chief of district area. The company is operated under the rubric of the Pahmi Group based based in Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia with a branch office in Jakarta.
Port of Loading and Capacity
CENKO is Pahmi Coal's stockpile that includes port facility for major coal from the mines: Tani Jaya Murni, KM 22, KM 33, KM 37, Lokhsihang, Asam-asam, Kintap.
Articles and Resources
- "Pahmi Group" Pt. Pahmi Group website, accessed August 16, 2011.
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- International Energy Agency, "Coal in Indonesia in 2005", International Energy Agency website, accessed June 2008.
- U.S. Geological Survey, Indonesia 1994-2006
- World Coal Institute, "Indonesia", World Coal Institute website, accessed June 2008.
- U.S. Embassy, Jakarta, "Indonesia Coal Reports", 2000-2004.
- Alan Sipress, "Indonesia's Illegal Coal Mines Feed China: Demand Transforms Island Nation's Lightly Regulated South Kalimantan Province", Washington Post, September 21, 2005; Page D06.
- Tom McCawley, "Indonesia plays power catch-up", Asia Times Online, March 19, 2009.
- "Indonesia's coal: local impacts - global links," special issue of Down to Earth, August 2010; PDF at http://dte.gn.apc.org/85-86.pdf
- "Coal in East Kalimantan: Taking the Toxic Tour," Down to Earth, March 2010