Sumatra Coal Transportation and Logistic Infrastructures Outlook

By : Petromindo


Sumatra has been known with its abundant coal resources but was still less exploited mainly due to the lack of supporting transportation and logistics infrastructure to transport the coal from mining site to destination markets of overseas and domestic.

Data from Geological Agency shows Sumatra has 56 billion tons of resource with 12 billion tons of reserve out of the country’s total 149 billion tons of resource as of 2019.

As much of Sumatra’s coal deposits lie far away from coastal ports, transportation infrastructure such as dedicated railways, hauling road, river transportation system and other supporting logistic should be a key to exploit Sumatra’s coal reserve.

The webinar would explore the latest developments of coal transportation and logistics infrastructure in Sumatra in a bid to meet the expected growing coal production in Sumatra. The webinar would also assess how Covid-19 pandemic effecting the ongoing projects related to coal transportation and logistics.

14.00 Introduction and opening remarks: Hendra Sinadia, Executive Director of Indonesia Coal Mining Association
14.10 PT Kereta Api (KAI)’s grand policy on coal rail transportation in Sumatra – What is the Outlook in 2021?

Speaker: Rein Wirawan Gazalba, Corporate Deputy Director Freight Marketing and Sales ( CF ) of PT Kereta Api Indonesia.
14.20 Case Study: PT Bukit Asam (PTBA)’s projects to develop coal transportation and logistic facilities. Challenges and Opportunities.

Speaker: Fuad I.Z. Fachroeddin, Director of Business Development at PT Bukit Asam (Persero) Tbk
14.30 Overview of ongoing coal logistic facilities developed by PT RMK Energy in Sumatra and target in 2021.

Speaker: Tony Saputra, CEO of PT RMK Energy
14.40 Potential of River (Kelas II) to support coal transportation in South Sumatra.

Project update : River highway of Lematang River and Musi Hulu River in South Sumatera.

Speaker: Baharuddin, President Director of PT Batubara Mandiri.
15.00 Prospects for coal transportation and logistics infrastructure to unlock coal in Sumatra from perspective coal miner. Speakers:
  • Slamet Haryadi, Director of PT Reswara Minergi Hartama
  • Agustinus Thamrin, Director of PT Manambang Muara Enim (MME)
15.10 – 15.30 Q&A Session

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Thursday, October 15, 2020,
14.00 – 15.30


Webinar Virtual (detail akses dibagikan setelah pendaftaran)


Rp.1,000,000 / participant

*Cancellation Fee : 7 days before the event : 80%.
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