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Jeffrey Mulyono

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Board Member

PT Bhakti Energi Persada 2011
Email: j***@***.com
Company Description: PT. Bhakti Energi Persada is a coal mining enterprise that has concessions and extensive Coal Resources in East Kutai Regency of East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Our...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • degree , Mining Engineering and focus
    Bandung Institute of Technology
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Board Of Directors - PT. Bhakti Energi Persada
www.bepcoal.com, 21 Dec 2013 [cached]
Jeffrey Mulyono: President Director starting September 2008. He is graduated from the Bandung Institute of Technology (Indonesia), majoring in Mining Engineering. Following his graduation from university he joined the Astra Group of companies and final position with the group was President Director of PT. Berau Coal, a company he took from being a small coal producer to that of the 5th largest coal mining company in Indonesia. He has also held the position as chairman of the Indonesia Coal Mining Association for two terms since March 2003.
- BOARD MANAGEMENT OF PT COALINDO ENERGY
www.coalindoenergy.com, 2 July 2013 [cached]
Jeffrey Mulyono - President Commissioner
Jeffrey Mulyono is a Coal Mining consultant who had educational background in Mining Engineering graduated in 1980 from the Bandung Institute of Technology. In 2006, He set up PT Arya Citra Mineconsult, a Coal Mining Consultancy company focusing on Mining Management, Mine related Technology and Community Development. Now, he is leading several coal mining companies, such as PT Interex Sacra Raya, PT Telen Eco Coal and PT Pesona Khatulistiwa Nusantara, etc which have jobsite majority in Kalimantan.
He was Commisioner of PT Berau Coal from 2005 until 2006 and prior to that became Vice President Director and President Director of PT Berau Coal from 1997 up to 2005, a big coal company located at Berau - East Kalimantan.
In 1996, he has occupied the position Director of PT Pamapersada Nusantara, a big mining contractor; and once lead UT Heavy Industry Pte, Ltd - Singapore for 3 years as Director.
He has worked for 17 years in PT United Tractors Tbk, a public listed company who dealt with trading heavy equipment and its related support product, majoring Komatsu brand. His career in PT United Tractors Tbk was started by joining the graduate program in 1980 and in 1993 he occupied the position General Manager of spare parts Division and Deputy CEO Construction Machinery for 4 years.
He was the Chairman of Indonesian Coal Mining Association (ICMA). This position was gained by him starting from Secretary General for 2 years in 2000, and in 2002 he was appointed Chairman. He had holding this position for 7 years until 2009. In 2005 up to July 2006, he was Chairman of Indonesian Mining Association (IMA).
"Consequently, (after the 2000 tax ...
www.thejakartapost.com, 7 Aug 2008 [cached]
"Consequently, (after the 2000 tax regulation) coal producers asked for a tax refund, as stipulated in the contract, but the government never paid," Jeffrey Mulyono, Berau Coal president director, said.
Jeffrey, who received a travel ban, is also the president of the Indonesian Coal Mining Association.
He said the government instead assigned the State Debts Affairs Committee (PUPN) to collect the unpaid royalties.In response, coal producers filed a lawsuit in the Jakarta State Administrative Court.
"The court ruled the PUPN's actions fell outside its authority, as matters related to coal contracts come under the authority of international arbitration," he said.
"The government breached the court verdict by imposing travel bans."
The government is appealing the decision.
Jeffrey said the producers might now file for international arbitration in their dispute with the government. -- Abdul Khalik contributed to the story.
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Jeffrey Mulyono (president director)
Rocky Mountain News: Business
www.insidedenver.com [cached]
Nobody," said Jeffrey Mulyono, director of the Indonesian Mining Association, pointing out that an uncertain legal and business climate already has caused mining investment to fall by more than 50 percent in the past five years.
NEWS : Tuesday, March/22/2005 16:12:54 GMT+7. : Berau Coal Targets Coal Production to Reach 10 M Tons
www.indoexchange.com [cached]
Certainly, by striving to increase our productivity and efficiency by minor investment spending in order to improve the motor speed, for example," said Berau Coal President Director Jeffrey Mulyono on the sidelines of seminar "Application of Upgrade Browning Coal (UBC) Technology, in Jakarta, 21/3.
Last year, the company's production was about 9.1 million tons, or increased 20% from 7.7 million tons in 2003.Its gross revenue was US$ 205 million.
Jeffrey admitted that higher production volume and better world coal prices have played significant roles in the company's improved performance.However, it does not mean that the prices give immediate impacts on the company, as there are a number of long-term contracts that still use old prices."Some of our contracts are long-term ones," he said.
He said that until now, 70% of the coals produced have been set aside to meet export demands; they are sent to Taiwan, Hongkong, Japan, India, Thailand, and countries in North Asia.While the remaining 30% is used to meet domestic demands, especially as materials for steam power plants (PLTU)."For domestic market, we supply PLTU Suralaya and PT Jawa Power, that is amounted to around 2.4 million tons," he said.
Jeffrey also admitted that now they are participating again in coal supply tender for PLTU Suralaya that is carried out by PT Indonesia Power.For this year, Berau Coal hopes they could continue supplying coals to PLTU Suralaya for around 1 million tons," he said.
Moreover, the company is also competing in a similar tender for PLTU Cilacap."The tender was opened this month; the coals needed are around 2.5 million tons for the first phase, the commissioning is this October, and we will compete for the 500,000 tons," he explained.
Jeffrey expected that for this year, the supply composition to PLTU Suralaya that has the annual capacity of around 11 million tons will not change much from the previous years, where PT Tambang Batubara Bukit Asam Tbk will become the major supplier, and then followed by other coal companies such as PT Adaro Indonesia, PT Kideco Jaya Agung, PT Berau Coal, and PT Arutmin Indonesia.
"As far as I remember, last year Kideco supplied 1 million tons, Adaro 500,000 tons, and around 7 million tons came from Bukit Asam, and the shortfall was covered by spot market," he said.
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