KPC Wins The Most Sustainable Mining Company 2021

PT Bumi ResourcesTbk (BUMI) as the Largest Coal Producer in Indonesia through its business unit PTKaltim Prima Coal(KPC) won The Most Sustainable Mining Company 2021 award at the CNBC Indonesia Awards 2021.

This award was given online via the zoom application by CNBC Indonesia Director and Editor-in-Chief Wahyu Daniel and received by KPC Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ido Hotna Hutabarat on September 29, 2021.

The CNBC Indonesia Awardsis an award ceremony for players in various industries who have successfully adapted in the midst of a pandemic.This award starts from the category of The Best Energy and Mining Companies.

The award was given as an appreciation to the energy and mining sectors for innovations and breakthroughs during the COVID-19 pandemic and the peak event will be held in December 2021.

BUMI’s President Director, Mr. Adika Nuraga Bakrie, expressed his happiness and pleasure at the award given at the CNBC Indonesia Award 2021.

According to him, this award is proof that BUMI and its business units have a commitment to continue to comply with laws and regulations in Indonesia and support the implementation of the Government’s program in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) program.

“We will continue to participate and increase awareness of the community around the mine. BUMI is the largest contributor to the State treasury in terms of royalties and foreign exchange earnings from exports, and is among the largest taxpayers in Indonesia,” he said, Friday, October 1, 2021.

In addition, he also ensured that the company will also focus on utilizing the use of various domestic products.According to Adika, the company will continue to maintain its performance and grow sustainably.

“We express our gratitude and high appreciation for the support of the Regional Government and the community, especially East Kutai Regency. This achievement is in line with the Company’s strategic goals to continue to maintain business performance, and grow sustainably in the midst of severe challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Adika