Mining and Development in Indonesia: An Overview of the

1. Prior to the decentralisation era, the Indonesian mining regulatory framework was governed with a centralised mining administrative system under Law 11/1967. 2. Decentralisation and political reform resulted in significant changes to the Indonesian mining regulatory framework with a greater role given to sub-national governments. 3.

Overview of Indonesia’s Mining Industry SES Professionals

In 2009 the Indonesian government carried a law that restricted the sale of raw ore out of the country. In 2014 the law took hold and the result was a calamitous shake up of the nickel, copper and gold industries. Presently the mining industry is working with the government to find compromise solutions to keep mining.

Indonesia: Revision of Mining Regulation Global Legal

Indonesia: Revision of Mining Regulation (Jan. 24, 2017) On January 11, 2017, Indonesia’s government issued a fourth revision to a government regulation of 2010 on the management of mineral and coal businesses.

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia

21 行 The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian

Mining Indonesia Introduction and Overview Indonesia

Dec 13, 2014 Distribution of Mining Areas in Indonesia. The basis for determining mining activities is the so called Mining Area (Wilayah Pertambangan or WP).A WP, being part of the national spatial plan, is a specific area that potentially holds any minerals and coals which is free from any restrictions by the government.

Indonesia: Revision of Mining Regulation Global Legal

Indonesia: Revision of Mining Regulation (Jan. 24, 2017) On January 11, 2017, Indonesia’s government issued a fourth revision to a government regulation of 2010 on the management of mineral and coal businesses.

Mining In Indonesia Legal And Regulatory Structure

Sep 10, 2020 The mining industry in Indonesia is regulated by way of mining laws. The main regulation is Law 4/2009 on Coal and Mineral Mining (Law 4/2009), which is further implemented by various regulations and decrees issued by: the central government; the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR); and

Mining Indonesia Introduction and Overview Indonesia

Dec 13, 2014 Distribution of Mining Areas in Indonesia. The basis for determining mining activities is the so called Mining Area (Wilayah Pertambangan or WP).A WP, being part of the national spatial plan, is a specific area that potentially holds any minerals and coals which is free from any restrictions by the government.

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian Kementerian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral Republik Indonesia) is an Indonesian ministry responsible for providing assistance to the President and Vice President in performing government's affairs in the field of energy and mineral resources. The current minister is Arifin Tasrif.

Mining in Indonesia PwC

“Welcome to the tenth edition of PwC Indonesia’s Mining in Indonesia: Investment and Taxation Guide. Since the Law on Mineral and Coal Mining No. 4 of 2009 (the “Mining Law”) was promulgated, various implementing regulations, including a number of amendments, have been issued by the Government in pursuing the goals of the Mining Law.

The government's role in consolidating Indonesia's mining

The government’s plans to build an additional 35,000 MW of total energy capacity were scheduled to be complete in 2019, but the deadline was extended to 2024. Metals. Indonesia had 2600 tonnes of proven gold reserves and 160 tonnes of production in 2019, up

Indonesian Government Plans Large Revisions to Mining

Jun 25, 1997 Indonesia is asking foreign mining companies to accept revised contract terms that would give the government sweeping rights to demand increased equity in and profits from new mining

Indonesia’s Metal Mining Sector GBG

With the introduction of the 2009 Mining Law, the Indonesian government deemed it fit for Freeport Indonesia to convert its old contracts to be in-line with the new law. According to Freeport, the company wants the same legal and fiscal certainty currently laid out under its CoW and is prepared to take the Indonesian government to an

Mining activity in Indonesia takes a hit from COVID-19

Mar 31, 2020 Merah Johansyah, an activist with the Indonesian watchdog group Mining Advocacy Network (Jatam), said the government needed to consider environmental degradation as

Freeport warns of arbitration as Indonesia mining dispute

Feb 20, 2017 U.S. mining giant Freeport-McMoRan Inc <FCX.N> warned on Monday it could take the Indonesian government to arbitration and seek damages over a contractual dispute that has halted operations at the

Coal miners owe the Indonesian government hundreds of

May 16, 2017 The central government’s response. Indonesia’s central government responded to problems in coal-mine permitting by tightening coal mining sector regulations, including introducing a clean and clear certification system.

Indonesian Parliament passes important changes to mining

Jun 09, 2020 Our Indonesian mining team is presenting an overview of the key changes under the new law in a free webinar on 11 June 2020. This has been an objective of the government since the 2009 Mining

Mining in protected forests government gives way to

The Indonesian Mining Association has urged the government to issue a presidential decree allowing mining in protected forests to back up the Perpu. The IMA's executive director, Paul Coutrier, said that it was the government's rightful decision to select companies, but warned that companies not permitted to resume operations may sue the

Indonesian miners eyeing EV nickel boom seek to dump waste

May 18, 2020 Nickel-mining companies in Indonesia have pitched the government to allow them to dump their waste, or tailings, into the sea. The country is

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian Kementerian Energi dan Sumber Daya Mineral Republik Indonesia) is an Indonesian ministry responsible for providing assistance to the President and Vice President in performing government's affairs in the field of energy and mineral resources

The government's role in consolidating Indonesia's mining

The government’s plans to build an additional 35,000 MW of total energy capacity were scheduled to be complete in 2019, but the deadline was extended to 2024. Metals. Indonesia had 2600 tonnes of proven gold reserves and 160 tonnes of production in 2019, up

Mining in protected forests government gives way to

The Indonesian Mining Association has urged the government to issue a presidential decree allowing mining in protected forests to back up the Perpu. The IMA's executive director, Paul Coutrier, said that it was the government's rightful decision to select companies, but warned that companies not permitted to resume operations may sue the

Indonesia’s Metal Mining Sector GBG

With the introduction of the 2009 Mining Law, the Indonesian government deemed it fit for Freeport Indonesia to convert its old contracts to be in-line with the new law. According to Freeport, the company wants the same legal and fiscal certainty currently laid out under its CoW and is prepared to take the Indonesian government to an

Coal miners owe the Indonesian government hundreds of

May 16, 2017 The central government’s response. Indonesia’s central government responded to problems in coal-mine permitting by tightening coal mining sector regulations, including introducing a clean and clear certification system.

Indonesia: distribution of government income through

Dec 21, 2020 As of the Q3 2019, the Indonesian government earned around 32.79 trillion Indonesian rupiah through mining, of which around 58 percent was generated by royalties.

Mining activity in Indonesia takes a hit from COVID-19

Mar 31, 2020 Merah Johansyah, an activist with the Indonesian watchdog group Mining Advocacy Network (Jatam), said the government needed to consider environmental degradation as

Indonesian miners eyeing EV nickel boom seek to dump waste

May 18, 2020 Nickel-mining companies in Indonesia have pitched the government to allow them to dump their waste, or tailings, into the sea. The country is

Indonesian Government Won't Demand Stakes in New Mineral

Jul 06, 1998 JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Indonesian Minister of Mines and Energy Kuntoro Mangkusubroto said Friday that the government won't demand stakes in new mineral mining projects but won't make any structural

Indonesia Government Hearing Mwamba Mining

Feb 28, 2020 The seminar focussed on Indonesia’s Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASGM) sector and key challenges faces by ASGM communities in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was attended by over 100 participants including members of the National and Sub-national government, artisanal miners, local mining entrepreneurs, universities, and various stakeholders in

Tesla (TSLA) in talks with Indonesia govt to build new

Oct 05, 2020 Tesla (TSLA) is reportedly in talks with the Indonesian government to build a new venture to secure some of the country’s nickel supply. While

Papua conflict Wikipedia

The Papua conflict is an ongoing conflict in Western New Guinea between Indonesia and the Free Papua Movement (Indonesian: Organisasi Papua Merdeka, OPM).Subsequent to the withdrawal of the Dutch administration from the Netherlands New Guinea in 1962 and implementation of Indonesian administration in 1963, the Free Papua Movement has conducted a low-intensity guerrilla war against Indonesia

Government Changes Divestment Requirements for Mining

The mining industry in Indonesia remains in flux. On October 14, 2014, the Indonesian Government issued the third amendment to Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 regarding the Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activities. This third amendment is Government Regulation No. 77 of 2014 (GR 77/2014). Divestment Requirement

Indonesia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative

May 10, 2021 Indonesia is a resource-rich country both in hydrocarbons and mining, according to the 2016 EITI report. However, oil production has substantially declined in the last two decades from its peak of 1,624 thousand barrels a day in 1995 down to 804 thousand barrels of oil per day in 2017, according to regulator SKK Migas. Due to this decline in production and a rapid increase in domestic