- ADARO, PT
OUR BUSINESS :
PT Adaro Indonesia is Adaro Energy’s core operating subsidiary. We began commercial operations mining and producing our trademark Envirocoal in 1992 from our 358km2 concession at Tabalong in South Kalimantan under a first-generation Coal Cooperation Agreement (CCA) with the Government of Indonesia. In 2015, we produced 50.4 million tonnes of Envirocoal from three pits: Tutupan, Wara and Paringin. We have total resources of 4.9 billion tonnes in this concession, including 873 million tonnes of reserves (reported in accordance with the JORC Code 2012).
Over the past 24 years, we have become known for our consistent coal quality, reliability and dependability. Our trademark Envirocoal, with its low-pollutant characteristics, has earned the reputation of being among the best environment-friendly solid fuel available. Our customers also benefit from top-class service, with our combustion engineers visiting them to provide technical advice on using Envirocoal.
MINING SERVICES & LOGISTIC
PT SAPTAINDRA SEJATI
As one of Indonesia’s leading mining contractors, PT Saptaindra Sejati (SIS) provides mining services and develops infrastructure and logistics for Adaro Indonesia and other customers.
With a heavy equipment fleet exceeding 1,300 units, SIS is among the largest mining contractors in Indonesia. This modern equipment fleet aids the company in ensuring that it maintains a competitive edge by continually improving productivity, utilization and efficiency.
SIS runs its business with a mission to provide sustainable excellence in mining services by ensuring high reliability and standard of occupational health, safety, and environment, with the support of competent human resources and proper technology. SIS offers an integrated mining service from coal extraction, coal hauling and overburden removal.
We established Adaro Power in 2010 to act as a strategic vehicle for our active involvement in the development of power plants in Indonesia.
Our move into power will allow us to leverage our competitive advantage in securing coal supply and create a captive demand for our coal, boost our presence in the domestic market, secure a stable revenue stream and favorable returns, improve our bargaining position with boiler manufacturers, and minimize the impact of volatility from the cyclical nature of the coal sector.
The Government of Indonesia recently launched a 35GW electrification program. Inaugurated by President Joko Widodo in April 2015, the ambitious program is supposed to be realized by 2019.
Out of 35GW planned, coal-fired power plants have the biggest share at 20GW, followed by gas and renewables. Construction of the 20GW of coal-fired power capacity will increase coal supply needs by about 80Mt per year.