Indonesian IUP coal royalty increase to 13.5%

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Report summary

The Indonesian government's proposed royalty increase will increase costs for IUP mines by 8% and raise an additional US$4.1 billion for the government between now and 2020. It is also creating considerable confusion and uncertainty because there have been at least nine announcements in the past year by government officials, many of which have been contradictory.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Royalty increase creating confusion and uncertainty
  • IUPs a large source of production growth
  • Cost and margin effects of royalty increase
    • Cost and margin comparison of IUP concessions, 2014

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  • Indonesian IUP coal royalty increase to 13.5%: Table 1


  • Timeline of IUP royalty increase announcements
  • Proportion of Indonesian coal production from concession type
  • IUP cost comparison, 2014
  • Annual royalty revenue

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