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The three mines are effectively one mining complex: according to an archived version of Adaro's website the Wara 1 coal deposit "is located 5 kilometers west of the Tutupan Central area."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