Tarahan Coal Port
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Tarahan Coal Port is an Indonesian coal terminal located in Lampung, Sumatra.
In 2015 the port was expanded to load up to 25 million tonnes of coal, increasing it from the previous capacity of 13.5 million tonnes.
In June 2015 a new US$152 million coal terminal owned by state-controlled coal miner Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam (Bukit Asam) was inaugurated at the port. The Tarahan coal terminal expanded the port's facilities to accommodate ships at a maximum capacity of 210,000 dead-weight tonnage (DWT), from the previous 80,000 DWT. The maximum capacity of the terminal is scheduled to be enlarged to 240,000 DWT. Bukit Asam now operates three quaysides at the Tarahan port.
- Operator: PT Bukit Asam
- Location: Lampung, Sumatra, Indonesia
- Annual Capacity (Tonnes): 25 million
- Status: Operating (expansion completed in 2015)
- Type: Domestic and regional export
- Sources of coal: Tanjung Enim mine and Omblin Mine, Indonesia
Articles and Resources
- Raras Cahyafitri, "Govt choosing coal ports to stymie illegal shipments," The Jakarta Post, September 09 2014
- "Land acquisition hampers coal railway projects" Rangga D. Fadillah, The Jakarta Post, February 1, 2011.
- "Indo Coal" Indo Coal accessed September 14, 2011.
- "About Us," PT Bukit Asam, accessed July 2015
- "Infrastructure Indonesia Update: Bukit Asam’s Tarahan Coal Terminal Opened," Indonesian Investments, June 11, 2015