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Starting increasing of the world coal consumption in early 2017 after the last 5 years of deterioration is inseparable from the rapid increase in world energy demand where coal is the second largest energy supplier after oil with 26% contribution. This role is expected to increase to 29% by 2030. While its contribution as a power plant is estimated to also increase to 46% by 2030. The increasing role of coal as a supplier of energy in the future will make this industry a huge attraction for investors included in Indonesia.
Lahat regency, South Sumatra, has a coal reserve of 2.71 billion tons while Muara Enim has 6.25 billion tons of coal reserves and about 28.52% of Indonesia’s coal reserves of LRC-low rank coal are located in South Sumatra. By seeing the amount of the coal reserves above, the potential of provinces and state revenues from the coal mining sector is very large, assuming from the above inferred reserves, mineable is 70% then Government of Indonesia royalty income opportunity revenue from the mining sector are by utilizing the lematang river as the channel coal transportation as below follows :