PT. Adimitra Baratama Nusantara
Coal Deposit

Coal Deposit

More than 40 prospective coal seams have been identified in the concession. The coal quality is predominantly of Balikpapan formation, with heating value ranging from 5000-6000 Kcal (Gross As Received).

ABN's mineable reserves and resources have been certified according to JORC standard. Additional drilling are continuously being done to identfy more potential.

Company Overview

PT. Adimitra Baratama Nusantara (ABN) is a fast-growing thermal coal producer from East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

First set up in 2005, ABN is a JV between two private groups and is a subsidiary of PT. Toba Bara Sejahtra. ABN was granted its KP license (now IUP) in 2006, commenced its commercial production in September 2008, and shipped its first Panamax vessel in December 2008. Today, ABN coal is extensively used by power generating utilities and cement manufacturers as well as other general industries around the world.

Located in Sanga-Sanga near Samarinda, the ABN mine is an open-pit, truck and shovel operation. With a relatively low stripping ratio and very close proximity to port, ABN ranks as one of the lowest cost producers of sub-bituminous and bituminous thermal coal in Indonesia. Through integrated supply chain management and extensive quality control measures, consistency of output is well assured.

In all its business operations and activities, ABN is fully dedicated to carrying out its responsibilities to its stakeholders and society. This commitment is manifested in a number of ways, such as enforcing the highest health and safety standards onsite to safeguard its employees; ensuring the most stringent environmental assessment plans to avoid any negative impact to the surrounding area; and widespread promotion of economic/ socio-cultural development programs for the surrounding community.

Through good corporate governance and sustainable mining practice, ABN is on the fast track to be a prominent provider of energy for the domestic and global markets.