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State-owned coal mining company Bukit Asam (IDX: PTBA) has ventured into the solar energy business.
DPR law commission deputy suspects that a criminal syndicate was behind the issuance of 20 mining permits.
North Sulawesi Regional Police spokesman Jules Abraham Abast said the death of Sangihe Deputy Regent Helmud Hontong was due to disease complications.
Sangihe Island deputy regent Helmud Hontong believed the mining permit goes against the Indonesian law on protecting coastal areas.
Nickel mining in East Halmahera is damaging the mangrove ecosystem and the livelihoods of local fishermen.
Bumi Resources is confident that it could pay off its debts this year following a performance growth in 2021 due to surging coal prices.
Citing the 2020 data, senior economist Faisal Basri says Indonesia's weak tax revenue from the mining sector has failed to be optimized.
Mining Advocacy Network Jatam argues future floods caused by deforestation can be prevented by revoking mining permits in Kalimantan forests.
South Kalimantan Walhi Director Kisworo Dwi Cahyono asked President Jokowi not to blame the rainfall as the cause of floods in South Kalimantan.
Pertamina CEO says gasification can utilize coal and turn it into alternative energy.
The landslide at a traditional coal-mining site in South Sumatra killed 11 mine workers.
Two organizations allege that the formation of the omnibus law on job creation was meddled by the interests from the dirty energy industry.
The coalition of #BersihkanIndonesia suspected that the enactment of the new Omnibus Law on Job Creation was an order from mining corporations.
The construction of a mining access road in Harapan Forest (the forest of hope) in Sumatra is a step back in the endeavor to overcome climate change.
Coal miner Bukit Asam (IDX: PTBA) is preparing to expand its market to Brunei Darussalam.
Indonesian coal entrepreneurs are exploring new export destinations in non-traditional markets in the Asian region.
A landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar killed at least 126 people, with more feared dead, authorities said.
AMAN said the ratification of the coal mining and mineral Law (UU Minerba) presents a real danger for indigenous people.
The Mineral and Coal Mining Law favors corporations and sidelines the people.
Freeport Indonesia has decided to continue its operation in Tembagapura, Papua, despite 51 of its employees testing positive for COVID-19.