Maintaining margins for coal producers is becoming increasingly difficult with capital costs being impacted by rising fuel prices and a shortage of qualified man power.
The 5th Coaltrans Coal Mining Operations and Upgrading Coal Conference will provide an opportunity to examine the latest strategies for combating these barriers to cost effective mining operations and to evaluate which is the most efficient method of transporting your coal from pit to port.
The increasing presence of low rank coals in Indonesia’s coal production has brought about the amalgamation of two strong Coaltrans events to create the 5th Coaltrans Coal Mining Operations and Upgrading Coal Conference, which will be held at The Grand Hyatt Jakarta in Indonesia on November 9 and 10.
As well as examining the best way to conquer the challenges of increasing capital costs, the conference will introduce the latest mining technologies into operations and create marketing strategies for the diverse qualities of coal now coming out of Indonesia.
Transferring coal from pit-to-port efficiently and on time is increasingly difficult with greater quantities being transported. Join the conference and discover how to maintain truck haulage routes, introduce the best conveyor system for your project and find out what the coal terminals are doing to meet your requirements for additional space.
Speakers confirmed include Indonesia Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources director general mineral and coal Dr Ir Thamrin Sihite, Minister of Forestry director general planology Ir Bambang Soepijanto, PT Kaltim Prima Coal general manager of mining operations Feriwan Sinatra and Pt Multi Harapan Utama director of operations Dr Gatut Adisoma.