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Cokal buys jetty site as first production nears

INDONESIA- focused coal miner Cokal has bought a permanent jetty site for the transport of coal from its BBM mine in Kalimantan.

Cokal has prioritised land compensation so road clearing can proceed unhindered.

Cokal has prioritised land compensation so road clearing can proceed unhindered.

Cokal chairman Domenic Martino said the company was on target to start producing coal in December, having completed the purchase of the Batu Luhung site in Central Kalimantan. "BBM has appointed consultants...

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