Workers at Freeport’s Grasberg mine ended strike, but Australian government tell citizen to avoid travelling to the area where the mine is located.
Labourers at the Grasberg mine expansion say the work stoppage could last for a month.
An Indonesia-based coal miner posted an ad asking for “good looking” single females under 25.
The firm is moving forward with the separation plan from the Bakrie Group and London-listed parent Bumi Plc.
Large buyer sees the most metal on offer for the first time in seven years.
Meanwhile try avoiding Indonesia, Vietnam, Venezuela, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kyrgyzstan, Zimbabwe, Bolivia, Guatemala, Philippines, and Greece, says Canada's leading public policy think-tank.
Plans to take control of Indonesian coal assets thwarted.
Advisory firm tells shareholder to vote against some of his proposals.
The saga has tarnished the Rothschild and Bakrie dynasties, but the LSE deserves much of the blame.
Embattled Bumi Resources swings into $652 million loss after derivative trade goes wrong.
After a 32% decline in steam coal prices since January, things are looking up for 2013.
Embattled Indonesian miner Bumi has decided to toss its lot in with the prominent Sumatran business dynasty
National Aluminium Company could put a halt to its planned aluminium smelter and captive power plant project in Indonesia should it manage to get clearances and coal linkages for a similar project in Odisha.
Stock closes 16% lower – more than 150 million shares dumped.
Newcrest Mining announced the sale of its 7.5% stake in Indonesia's Gosowong gold mine to PT Antam for $160 million.
Tin mining is a profitable but damaging trade that has scarred the Indonesian island of Bangka, a granite outcrop just east of Sumatra, reports English newspaper The Guardian.
Nat Rothschild is roping in mining legend Robert Friedland to wrest control of London-listed Bumi from Indonesia's Bakrie dynasty.
Newmont Mining Corporation (NYSE: NEM) announced Monday it was recognized for transparent climate change disclosure practices by the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) Leadership Index for the third consecutive year.
A prominent Indonesian businessman has warned foreign miners of the perils of investing in his own country over the next two years due to new laws which curb overseas ownership.
Chinese investors and suppliers are flocking to Indonesia in the lead up to the archipelago nation's imposition of a ban on mineral exports in 2014.
‘Nat Rothschild will never raise another dollar from anybody.’
Hong Kong-listed G-Resources, said it would dismiss 300 workers from its gold mine in Indonesia where work has stopped over an environmental dispute.
Newmont cut its 2012 production target forecast for its Batu Hijau Indonesian mine from 114,000 ounces of gold and 192 million pounds of copper to 71,000 ounces of gold and 170.6 million pounds of copper.
The counter is up 25% since July 25 when news first emerged that Indonesia has "requested" 51% of Grasberg, the world's largest gold and number three copper mine.
Slated reforms to China's pricing system for the carbon fossil fuel indicate that the country's leading decision-makers anticipate a sustained decline in global spot prices.
Freeport currently pays 3.5% for mining copper in Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, and 1% for gold.
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