The report provides market analysis, information and insights into the Indonesian mining industry including:
• In-depth analysis of the Indonesian mining industry
• A detailed analysis of market attractiveness, covering the key trends, drivers, regulatory frameworks and challenges
• Detailed production and consumption figures for a period of ten years (2007–2016)
• Detailed imports and exports figures for key minerals for a period of five years (2007–2011)
• Description and analysis of the competitive landscape and the industry structure for key minerals
• Profiles of the major companies in the Indonesian mining sector
• Details of some of the key mining projects
The introduction of the Mining Law in 2009 encouraged investment in the Indonesian mining industry, while industry growth has also been driven by continued demand for key products and robust commodity prices. Indonesian mining production, which primarily comprises coal, tin, copper, gold, and ammonia mining, recorded a CAGR of 12.27% during the review period, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.27% over the forecast period (2012–2016). This growth is expected to be primarily driven by an increase in exports, as the escalating prices of minerals encourage companies to increase production. In terms of production volume, coal is the leading mineral in the Indonesian mining industry. Indonesia is the world’s largest exporter of thermal coal and exports the majority of its production, with countries in Asia being the prime export destinations.
This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Indonesian mining industry:
• It provides historical values for the Indonesian mining industry for the report’s 2007–2011 review period and forecast figures for the 2012–2016 forecast period
• It offers a detailed analysis of production, consumption, imports and exports of key minerals in terms of volume as well as value
• It details the regulatory framework for the mining industry in Indonesia
• It covers an exhaustive summary on key trends, drivers and issues affecting the mining industry
• Using Porter’s industry-standard “Five Forces” analysis, it details the competitive landscape in the Indonesian mining industry
• The scope of this report is primarily confined to coal, two major metallic (tin and copper) and two non-metallic minerals (gold and ammonia) which constitute a major part of the country's total mining industry
Reasons To Buy
• Make strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the Indonesian mining industry
• Identify the key market trends, opportunities and challenges
• Assess the industry structure and competitive landscape for key minerals, enabling the formulation of effective market-entry strategies
• Assess the growth opportunities and industry dynamics by understanding production, consumption, imports and exports figures for key minerals both in terms of volume and value
• Coal accounts for the vast majority of Indonesian mining production.
• The Indonesian government plans to introduce a tax on all 65 different forms of minerals currently mined in the country, a move that is expected to reduce the industry’s total exports and deter future foreign investment.
• Indonesia accounted for 2.8% of global hard coal production in 2010. In terms of lignite production, Indonesia was the second-largest producer in the world in 2010, behind only Germany.
• Indonesia is the second- largest producer of tin in the world. The country accounted for 20.2% of global tin production in 2010.