The Leading Coal Supplier in Bengkulu, Sumatra
Titan Wijaya is a joint venture between Titan Infra Energy and Firman Ketaun, one of the leading coal producer which owns coal concession in Bengkulu.
To support Firman Ketaun mining activities, Titan Wijaya has built and invested mine infrastructures: haul road, seashore jetty and its facilities. Titan Wijaya purchases the coal produced from Firman Ketaun and other mines adjacent to its seashore jetty. The advantage of Firman Ketaun mine is the short distance haul road connecting the mine to jetty by a dedicated 20 km road.
Firman Ketaun concession is covering an area of 1,260 hectares with JORC coal resources of 86 million tons. Typical coal calorific value produced is 4,600 (gar).
Ganda Alam Makmur
Mine with Abundant Coal Resources
Established in 2012, Ganda Alam Makmur is a joint venture between Titan Infra Energy and LG International.
Ganda Alam Makmur concession is covering an area of 10,000 hectares in Sangkulirang District, East Kalimantan. More than 2,330 hectares of potential land has been acquired to ensure the continuity of coal production for up to 20 years.
More than 60% of the Ganda Alam Makmur concession has been explored and huge JORC resources of 539 million tons of coal identified.
Ganda Alam Makmur is in the stage of constructing infrastructure to produce coal up to 14 million tons per year. It is expected to commence a commercial operation in Q3 2016. Typical coal calorific value produced is ranging from 3,500 – 4,800 (gar).
Bara Anugrah Sejahtera
Eco Friendly Medium Rank Coal Producer in South Sumatra
Bara Anugrah Sejahtera is one of the eco-friendly medium rank coal producer in Muara Enim district, South Sumatra.
Bara Anugrah Sejahtera owns the concession area of 2,164 hectares with JORC coal resources of 50 million tons (15 Million reserves with SR 5). Typical coal calorific value produced is 4,700 (gar) with low ash and sulphur contents.
Low Cost Coal Producer in South Sumatra
Banjarsari Pribumi coal concession is located in Lahat district, South Sumatra, which covers an area of 519,84 hectares. Exploration estimated coal resources to reach approximately 36 million tons (12 Million Tons reserves). Typical coal calorific value produced is ranging from 3,800 – 4,800 (gar).