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BHP Billiton Borneo coal mine: Local villagers want it stopped

Aug 11, 2015· Villagers in Maruwai have mixed feelings about BHP’s mine. Picture: Jenny Denton Source:Supplied AUSTRALIAN mining giant BHP Billiton has hit a roadblock on its coal mine in Indonesian Borneo

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Kalimantan Villagers Lodge Land Claim Against BHP Billiton

The IndoMet project, a joint venture between Australian miner BHP Billiton and Indonesia’s Adaro Energy, covers 350,000 hectares of coal-mining concessions across Central and East Kalimantan, which are estimated to contain more than 1.25 billion metric tons of thermal and coking coal.

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IndoMet project, coal mining in East and Central

Oct 30, 2017· On 26 May 2015, Global Justice Now handed in a petition to the London office of BHP Billiton containing over 9,000 signatures against the IndoMet coal mine on Borneo in Indonesia. [click to view] 2015, Business and Human Rights, Indonesia: Kalimantan villagers file customary land rights claim for area within BHP Billiton's IndoMet coal mine

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BHP Billiton to be slammed for Borneo coal mining at AGM

Press Release by Down to Earth and London Mining Network. London, Tuesday 22 nd October 2013. The board of controversial mining giant BHP Billiton is set to be slammed at its AGM by an Indonesian activist over seven coal concessions collectively covering an area of more than 350,000 hectares in the relatively unspoilt rainforest centre of the island of Borneo.

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Indonesia: Kalimantan villagers file customary land rights

In June 2015, villagers in Central Kalimantan lodged a claim under the local Dayak Misik land rights scheme to recognise customary land rights for 1,000 hectares of land within BHP Billiton’s IndoMet coal project area. They also claim the mine project will affect their livelihood and the environment. We invited BHP Billiton to respond and the

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A Hunger for Coal Threatens The Heart of Borneo The

May 27, 2014· The Indomet project, a joint venture with Indonesian miner Adaro Energy, incorporates seven coal contracts of work covering a combined area of 350,000 hectares — over four-and-a-half times the size of Greater Jakarta — straddling Central and East Kalimantan, from which BHP estimates more than 1.25 billion tons of thermal and metallurgical coal could be unearthed.

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Activists call on BHP Billiton to Abandon Borneo Coal Mines

Melbourne, 26 May 2015. Activists today attempted to unfurl a giant banner in BHP Billiton headquarters containing the names of over 9,000 people who are calling for the company to abandon its plans to build a series of coal mines in some of the last remaining stands of primary rainforest in Indonesian Borneo.The banner measuring 12 square metres was to be hung in the foyer of BHP

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BHP Billiton to be slammed for Borneo coal mining at AGM

Oct 22, 2013· Press Release by Down to Earth and London Mining Network London, Tuesday 22 nd October 2013 The board of controversial mining giant BHP Billiton is set to be slammed at its AGM by an Indonesian activist over seven coal concessions collectively covering an area of more than 350,000 hectares in the relatively unspoilt rainforest centre of the island of Borneo.

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BHP Billiton to begin coal production at Indonesia’s Haju mine

Mining major BHP Billiton is set to begin coal production at its Haju mine located in Borneo island of Indonesia. Initially, the mine is expected to produce an estimated one million tonnes of coal per year and around five million tonnes if fully developed.

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Dayak people of Indonesian Borneo taking on BHP Billiton

Since the 1990s Australian mining giant BHP Billiton has held concessions to build several coal mines in Central Kalimantan. Known as the IndoMet Coal Project (ICP), the seven licensed regions are worth a reported $1 billion and cover an area of 350,715 hectares, approximately one and a half times the size of the Australian Capital Territory.

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BHP Billiton’s IndoMet Project: Digging End Coal

Known as the IndoMet Project, BHP Billiton’s coal mining concessions span an area of 350,000 hectares, more than twice the size of Greater London. The concessions contain more than 1.2 billion tonnes of mostly metallurgical coal that would be shipped to Asian markets if the projects were developed.1 The 7 concessions granted to BHP Billiton lie

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Activists to unfurl giant banner at BHP Billiton

Activists will today unfurl a giant banner at the London headquarters of UK listed mining company BHP Billiton in protest against the company’s plans to build a series of coal mines in some of the last remaining stands of primary rainforest in Indonesian Borneo. A petition will be formally presented to company management at 1pm.

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Activists call on BHP Billiton to Abandon Borneo Coal Mines

Melbourne, 26 May 2015. Activists today attempted to unfurl a giant banner in BHP Billiton headquarters containing the names of over 9,000 people who are calling for the company to abandon its plans to build a series of coal mines in some of the last remaining stands of primary rainforest in Indonesian Borneo.The banner measuring 12 square metres was to be hung in the foyer of BHP

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BHP Billiton to be slammed for Borneo coal mining at AGM

Oct 22, 2013· Press Release by Down to Earth and London Mining Network London, Tuesday 22 nd October 2013 The board of controversial mining giant BHP Billiton is set to be slammed at its AGM by an Indonesian activist over seven coal concessions collectively covering an area of more than 350,000 hectares in the relatively unspoilt rainforest centre of the island of Borneo.

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Indonesia: Kalimantan villagers file customary land rights

Jul 23, 2015· Indonesia: Kalimantan villagers file customary land rights claim for area within BHP Billiton's IndoMet coal mine; BHP responds. In June 2015, villagers in Central Kalimantan lodged a claim under the local Dayak Misik land rights scheme to recognise customary land rights for 1,000 hectares of land within BHP Billiton’s IndoMet coal project area.

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BHP says Indonesia wants Borneo coal to be mined

Oct 25, 2015· BHP Billiton has defended its revived push into coal mining in Borneo, saying the Indonesian government wants the tenements developed regardless of which company is involved.

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Borneo's rainforest coal: City of London profit.

BHP Billiton's Borneo coal concessions will be a disaster for local people, the environment and our climate." A spokesman for BHP Billiton in London said: "The IndoMet coal project is a joint venture between BHP Billiton and Adaro. The first stage of development is a small operation called Haju and we are continuing to evaluate the potential

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Coal Mine Central Kalimantan

VizMAP creates virtual coal mine for central Kalimantan. Brisbane, Australia August 22nd, 2005. The Tuhup coking coal project in central Kalimantan Borneo is not due to come into production until 2007, but management and investors now have the ability to tour the entire facility, as it will exist, using a virtual environment created by

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BHP to open new coal mine in Borneo amid concern for

Jul 22, 2015· In a move likely to enrage environmental campaigners, BHP Billiton quietly flagged on Wednesday that it would soon start production of coal at the Haju mine in Indonesian Borneo.

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MOZAMBIQUE: The double standards of BHP Billiton

In February 2002, the consortium of which BHP Billiton was a part bought the remaining 50% of the Cerrejon mine from Intercor. BHP Billiton now owns 33.33% of Cerrejon Coal, the mine’s operator. A sustained campaign of community opposition followed, supported by dissident shareholders in BHP Billiton and others around the world.

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Ore Mine Project Kalimantan Document Mining

Ore Mine Project Kalimantan Document Mining. damanka coal mine kalimantan. There are forty years of manufacturing history, with three major production bases,over 160 senior R&D engineers and 600+ large and medium-sized digital processing equipment, The first-line technicians and professional after-sales service personnel up to 2,300+ and 200+ respectively.Introducing advanced technology and

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UK banks financing coal boom destroying Borneo rainforests

Barclays has loaned £127 million to Bumi Resources, owner of Indonesia's biggest coal mine. Bumi Resources is 29 per cent owned by the disgraced London-listed company Bumi plc created by Nat Rothschild. Its Kaltim Prima Coal project has resulted in many people losing their land, with one indigenous village, Segading, having been displaced three times said the villagers.

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