Tabalong coal concession

From Global Energy Monitor

The Tabalong coal concession is a coal mine owned by Adaro Indonesia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Adaro.


The map below shows the location of Tabalong coal concession and current mining operations in the Tabalong Regency and the Balangan Regency, South Kalimantan Province.

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Adaro Indonesia hold the Tabalong coal concession, which comprises three mining pits in close proximity to each other: Tutupan, Paringin and Wara. In 2014 the three pits produced a total of 55.32 million tonnes of coal. (Tutupan 43.53 million tonnes, Paringin 6.08 million tonnes and Wara 5.71 million tonnes.)[1]

The three mines are effectively one mining complex: according to an archived version of Adaro's website the Wara 1 coal deposit "is located 5 kilometers west of the Tutupan Central area."[2]

Articles and Resources


  1. Adaro, "Delivering Positive Energy", Adaro Investor Presentation, February 2015, page 15.
  2. Adaro, "Exploration and Reserves", Adaro, archived website from August 16, 2013.

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