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CENTRAL KALIMANTAN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
THE BACKGROUND
  1. Nowadays, in Central Kalimantan, Plantation and Mining sectors provide a promising investment opportunities, for those sectors give a gradually development figure in investment either domestic or foreign direct investment.
  2. Based on its topography, Central Kalimantan covers lowland area in the south and  hilly area in centre with its tropical climate throughout the year. This condition is very suitable for development of plantation sector either agricultural sectors.
  3. Plantation and agricultural sectors also show very promising development prospect because they are supported by compatibility between area agro-ecology and the existing facilities and infrastructures.
  4. In the future plantation, and agricultural sector will hold important roles and becoming the favourite sectors for economic development in Central Kalimantan, to fulfill gradually increasing demand from the people for the need of food, fruit crops and meat.
  5. Some open opportunities to develop down-stream industries of plantation products and agricultural products.
  6. Mining sector has abundant deposit in natural resources such as coal, zircon, gold, iron-ore, and coppers which spreads out all over the province especially in centre and northern part of Central Kalimantan.
PURPOSES AND GOALS
  1. To clarify the natural resources potentials found in Central Kalimantan Province.
  2. To Improve Regional Gross Domestic Product in Central Kalimantan.
  3. To optimize the advantage of topography aspect in Central Kalimantan as fertile land supported by very vast land availability.
  4. To improve the value added of natural resources by developing downstream industries.
  5. To draw the interest of investors in investing their capitals to the natural products.
DETAILED INFORMATION
 
I. PLANTATION.
A. The development of palm-oil plantation industries and CPO.
 
1. Based on 2006 data, total of palm-oil plantation is 64 units and they covers 532,502 Ha. The palm-oil production centres are in the Seruyan, West Kotawaringin and East Kotawaringin Regencies
2.  In present, palm-oil has the highest production in comparison to the others. By 2003 amount of palm-oil production was recorded 380,851 tonnes of Crude Palm-Oil (CPO) that extracted from 1,511,749.21 tonnes of fresh fruits. By the period of 2000-2004 CPO production grew 13.5% and based on the research it is expected to raise up to 15% in 2007. The current palm oil productivity is estimated around 6 tons CPO/Ha/ per annum.
3. CPO has local market of Java, Sumatera. Internationally, the market aims to meet the need of downstream industries. Herefor, an open the opportunity to invest for CPO downstream industry which capables to produce cooking oils, margarines, soaps, oleo-chemical, cosmetics substances etc.
4. Central Kalimantan has two ports of CPO terminal that are located at Bumiharjo in West Kotawaringin and Bagendang in East Kotawaringin.
 
B. The development of rubber plantation.
    1. By 2004 total plantation area in Central Kalimantan covers 807,254 Ha of which 357,345 Ha or 47% is for rubber plantation area, 349,152 Ha is for local estates (98%) and 5,464 Ha (2%) is for large estates.
    1. Productivity of local rubber estate is about low (500-600 kg/Ha/annum) while large estate is 1000-1500 kg/Ha/annum. The low productiviy refers to:
Rubber plantation fertilization is low, The farmers’ techology is low. Low quality of rubber seeds. Tree density is disorder. Most of rubber trees has reached the non-productive age (more than 20 years).
    1. The damage area of rubber trees is 41,467.50 Ha. This damaging has been categorized into old rubber trees which equals to 8,211,836.07 cubic meters. The replacement of the old rubber trees is necessary that can be done  by several models such as combining local farming culture in planting seasonal foodcrops.
C. The development of rattan plantation.
    1. Indonesia is wellknown as the biggest rattan producer in the world, it holds 80% of world rattan supplies. Average annual rattan production during 1999-2003 was 696,000 tonnes which was mainly originated from Kalimantan and Sulawesi either natural and cultivated rattan.
    1. Kalimantan island has the highest rattan diversity as it has about 100 species of rattan which more than 50 species are commercial ones.
    1. It is very potential to promote rattan cultivation as for sustainable rattan raw material supply concerning the demand for rattan raw material gradually increase for fulfilling the needs of rattan industries.
D. The development of other plantation products commodities.
 
1. Besides several commodities already explained before, there are other commodity products such as coconuts, coffees, potchpouli (nilam), and various other plants.
2. Coconut is prime product especially for the regencies along the south and western coast such as Pulang Pisau, East Kotawaringin, and Seruyan. Coconut can be processed to be cooking oil, Virgin Coconut Oil, Cosmetics subtances, etc.
 
II. MINING.
1. Mining industry is a second prime investment sector in Central Kalimantan. There are abundant mining resources such as coal, gold, silver, iron-ore, zinc, zircon, quartz-sand, crystal-quartz, chinese clay etc.
2. Most of Investors are still dealing in the stages of searching (general researches, exploration and exploitation and processing mineral commodities).
3. Mining Operation covers mining concession, work contract, regional mining licenses, community regional mining license.
 
III. AGRICULTURE.
 
A. The development of Paddy plantation/ paddy/ricefield
 
1. Rice field covers some investment prospects in agricultural sector. Land area for paddy field will be avalaible such as  in the remnant of 1 Million Ha Peatland Project.
2.  The rice is a main staple food for local and national. The Government promote an affort to achieve a Self-Sufficient Food Programme.
 
B. The development of pineapple plantation
 
1. Holticulture products in Central Kalimantan cover pineapple that has a good prospective. The site locations are in Kapuas, Pulang Pisau, East Kotawaringin and South Barito Regencies.
2. The current area of pineapple plantation is about 1001 Ha and proposed suitable location is 38,000 Ha in Kapuas, 15,000 Ha in Pulang Pisau and 16,000 Ha in South Barito Regency.
3. Central Kalimantan is suitable for building pineapple processing plant such as canned fruit, pineapple crackers, packed juice, packed jelly/ jam, dried fruit, fruit sauce, sweet etc. those will give higher added value.
 
IV. FISHERY
 
1. Central Kalimantan has 750 km coastline that faces Java Sea. It covers mangrove forest that provides suitable area for marine animal such as crabs, shrimps, and fishes.
2. Fresh water areas are numerous those linkage to the  11 big rivers within  the variative of length from 200 to 600 km. Lakes and swamps can be used as cultivation areas of fresh-water fish, turtles in floating cage and catching off botia pet-fish.
 
V. ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
 
1. Central Kalimantan is potential for the developing broiler chicken, cattle-cows, pigs, sheep, swamp-carabao and goats. The land suitability and avalaibility are dominance. Herefor, the investment opportunity for animal husbandry for those favourite commodities promise a good prospect.
2. All the regencies are very suitable for breeding these cattles and livestocks as very vast land can easily be found especially along of Trans Kalimantan road.
 
INVESTMENT MODELS AND PROJECT FINANCING
 
Optional models of investment financing in Central Kalimantan as follows:
  1. Direct investment by domestic and foreign investors.
  2. The formation of consortium among several private companies with the companies formed and owned mutually by the Government of Central Kalimantan Province and the Government of any Regency or Regencies/ City in Central Kalimantan.
  3. Co-operation among several investors (several companies) with the local Government . In this model, the local Government offers incentives in the form of providing aid, preparing land and preparing the necessary licenses, and the companies are responsible for the financing of the projects, the development and operation of the projects.
  4. Barter/ Exchange (the local Government offers the use of natural resources exchanged with strategic investment projects run by private investors).
PELUANG INVESTASI DI KALIMANTAN TENGAH
LATAR BELAKANG
1. Di Kalimantan Tengah, Sektor Perkebunan dan Pertambangan merupakan sektor yang menjanjikan pada saat ini, karena sektor tersebut menunjukkan angka pengembangan investasi yang semakin meningkat baik domestik maupun penanaman modal asing.
2. Berdasarkan aspek topographynya, Kalimantan Tengah terdiri dari dataran rendah hingga pebukitan di bagian tengah dengan iklim tropis sepanjang tahun. Kondisi ini sangat cocok untuk pengembangan sektor perkebunan maupun pertanian secara luas.
3. Sektor Perkebunan dan Pertanian juga memberikan prospek pengembangan yang menjanjikan karena didukung oleh kondisi yang saling melengkapi antara wilayah ekologi agro dan fasilitas serta infrastruktur yang tersedia.
4. Pada masa depan, sektor perkebunan dan pertanian akan memegang peranan penting dan menjadi sektor favorit untuk mendukung pengembangan ekonomi di Kalimantan Tengah, guna memenuhi kebutuhan permintaan akan pangan, buah-buahan dan daging yang terus meningkat secara berkala dari masyarakat.
5. Masih terbuka peluang yang luas untuk pengembangan industri hilir dari produk perkebunan dan pertanian.
6. Dilain pihak, Sektor Pertambangan mempunyai deposit sumberdaya alam yang berlimpah seperti batubara, sirkon, emas, biji besi dll, yang tersebar diseluruh provinsi terutama dibagian tengah dan utara Kalimantan Tengah.
TUJUAN DAN ARAH
1. Untuk memberikan gambaran yang jelas tentang potensi sumberdaya alam yang ditemukan di Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah.
2. Meningkatkan Pendapatan Asli Daerah di Kalimantan Tengah.
3. Mengoptimalisasikan keuntungan aspek topography di Kalimantan Tengah yang mempunyai lahan subur serta didukung oleh ketersediaan lahan yang luas.
4. Meningkatkan nilai tambah dari sumberdaya alam dengan mengembangkan industri hilir.
5. Menarik minat investor untuk menanamkan modalnya pada bidang pengembangan sumberdaya alam.
INFORMASI UMUM
I. PERKEBUNAN.
A. Pengembangan Industri Kelapa sawit dan CPO.
1. Berdasarkan data tahun 2006, total perkebunan sawit 64 unit dengan luasan lahan perkebunan sawit di Kalimantan Tengah mencapai 532.502 Ha. Sentra produksi minyak sawit di Kabupaten Seruyan, Kotawaringin Barat dan Kotawaringin Timur.
2. Sampai saat ini, kelapa sawit sebagai tumbuhan perkebunan dengan jumlah produksi tertinggi dibandingkan dengan varietas tanaman lainnya. Pada 2003 total produksi CPO tercatat 380.851 ton yang dihasilkan dari 1.511.749,21 ton tandan buah segar. Pada periode 2000 -2004 pertumbuhan produksi CPO adalah 13,5% dan berdasarkan hasil penelitian, jumlah ini diharapkan meningkat hingga 15% pada 2007. Produktivitas Minyak sawit saat ini diperkirakan mencapai 6 ton CPO/Ha/ per tahun.
3. Industri Pengolahan CPO mempunyai pasar lokal dari Jawa, Sumatera, dan pasar internasional yang bertujuan untuk memenuhi kebutuhan industri hilir pada wilayah tersebut. Semua ini membuka peluang bagi investor untuk membangun industri hilir CPO yang mampu memproduksi produk-produk lainnya seperti minyak goreng, margarine, sabun, oleo-chemical, bahan-bahan kosmetik, dll.
4. Kalimantan Tengah mempunyai 2 (dua) pelabuhan curah curai untuk CPO yang berlokasi di Bumiharjo Kotawaringin Barat dan Bagendang di Kotawaringin Timur..
B. Pengembangan Perkebunan Karet.
1. Pada tahun 2004 total lahan untuk perkebunan di Kalimantan Tengah adalah 807.254 Ha dan lahan perkebunan karet 357.345 Ha atau 47%. Dari luasan lahan ini 349.152 Ha (98%) untuk perkebunan rakyat dan 5.464 Ha (2%) untuk perkebunan besar.
2. Produktivitas perkebunan rakyat sangat rendah (500-600 kg/Ha/tahun) sementara perkebunan besar adalah 1000-1500 kg/Ha/per tahun. Hal ini terjadi karena :
· Tanaman karet tidak dirawat dengan semestinya atau dipupuk.
· Kemampuan penyerapan tehnology sangat terbatas.
· Kebanyakan pohon karet bukan berasal dari bibit unggul.
· Kepadatan tanaman/ pohon per hektar tidak teratur.
· Umur tanaman karet pada umumnya tua (lebih dari 20 tahun)
Dari luasan 357.345 Ha perkebunan karet, 41.467,50 Ha atau sama dengan 8.211.836,07 m3 rusak dan pohon karet tua. Pohon-pohon karet tua ini perlu diremajakan dengan kombinasi tanaman pertanian lokal seperti palawija, yakni jahe, jagung dll.
C. Pengembangan Perkebunan Rotan.
1. Indonesia terkenal sebagai produser rotan terbesar didunia , dengan mensuplai 80% kebutuhan rotan dunia. Rata-rata produksi rotan per tahun selama 1999-2003 adalah 696.000 ton terutama berasal dari Kalimantan dan Sulawesi baik yang alami maupun budidaya.
2. Pulau Kalimantan mempunyai keaneka ragaman rotan yang paling besar sekitar 100 species dan lebih dari 50 species bernilai komersil.
3. Sangat potensial untuk meningkatkan budidaya rotan untuk kelangsungan ketersediaan rotan sebagai bahan mentah mengingat permintaan rotan sebagai bahan mentah meningkat secara bertahap untuk memenuhi kebutuhan industri dengan bahan baku rotan.
D. Pengembangan Komoditas Perkebunan lainnya.
1. Disamping beberapa komoditas yang telah disebutkan tadi, ada beberapa komoditas lainnya seperti kelapa, kopi, nilam dan berbagai tanaman lainnya.
2. Kelapa merupakan produk utama terutama bagi Kabupaten-kabupaten sepanjang pantai selatan dan barat seperti Pulang Pisau, Kotawaringin Timur dan Seruyan. Kelapa bisa diproses menjadi minyak goreng, VCO, bahan dasar kosmetik dll.
II. PERTAMBANGAN.
a. Industri Pertambangan sebagai sektor investasi terbesar ke-2 untuk dikembangkan di Kalimantan Tengah karena provinsi ini mempunyai sumberdaya alam yang berlimpah seperti batubara, emas, perak, biji besi, seng, sirkon, pasir kuarsa, kristalkuarsa, kaolin dll.
b. Peluang Investasi yang paling menjanjikan adalah dalam penyelidikan ( penyelidikan umum, eksplorasi dan eksploitasi dan prosesing komoditas mineral). .
c. Operasi Pertambangan bisa dilakukan dengan Konsesi Pertambangan, Kontrak Karya, Surat Ijin Pertambangan Daerah, (SIPD) dan Surat Ijin Pertambangan Rakyat Daerah (SIPRD).
III. PERTANIAN.
A. Pengembangan Pertanian Padi
d. Padi mempunyai prospek investasi yang sangat besar di bidang pertanian dan berpeluang sangat besar untuk dikembangkan, terutama di Proyek Pengembangan Lahan Gambut 1 Juta Hektar.
e. Memenuhi permintaan akan beras sebagai makanan pokok untuk kebutuhan lokal dan nasional terutama untuk mendukung Program Swasembada Pangan dari Pemerintah.
B. Pengembangan Perkebunan Nenas.
1. Sebagai produk utama hortikultura di Kalimantan Tengah, nenas sangat prospektif untuk dikembangkan terutama di Kabupaten Kapuas, Pulang Pisau, Kotawaringin Timur dan Barito Selatan.
2. Saat ini lahan untuk perkebunan nenas sekitar 1.001 Ha dan diusulkan lokasi yang cocok untuk pengembangan di 38.000 Ha di Kabupaten Kapuas, 15.000 Ha di Kabupaten Pulang Pisau dan 16.900 Ha di Kabupaten Barito Selatan.
3. Sangat cocok untuk dibangun industri pengolahan nenas seperti buah kaleng, keripik nenas, juice, jelly, selai, buah kering, saus buah, permen dll yang akan memberikan nilai tambah yang besar.
IV. PERIKANAN
1. Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah mempunyai 750 km garis pantai menghadap Laut Jawa dan hutan bakaunya sangat kaya dengan kepiting, udang dan ikan-ikan laut.
2. Sementara 11 sungai besarnya dengan panjang bervariasi antara 200 - 600 km, danau dan rawa bisa dipergunakan untuk budidaya ikan air tawar, labi-labi di keramba apung serta penangkapan ikan hias botia.
V. PETERNAKAN
1. Kalimantan Tengah mempunyai potensi yang mendukung pengembangan ayam ras, sapi, babi, biri-biri, kerbau rawa, dan kambing terutama dalam ketersediaan pakan dan lahan yang saling melengkapi. Ini memperlihatkan peluang investasi untuk pembiakan bagi komoditas-komoditas tersebut memberikan prospek yang menjanjikan serta resisten terhadap fluktuasi mata uang.
3. Semua Kabupaten sangat cocok untuk pengembangbiakan ternak-ternak dan unggas ini karena adanya lahan yang luas khususnya sepanjang Jalan Trans Kalimantan.
MODEL-MODEL INVESTASI DAN PEMBIAYAAN PROYEK
Pembiayaan investasi dalam pengembangan sumberdaya alam di Kalimantan Tengah dapat dilakukan melalui Model-Model sebagai berikut :
1. Investasi langsung oleh investor dalam negeri (PMDN) dan investor asing (PMA).
2. Pembentukan Konsorsium antara beberapa perusahaan swasta dengan perusahaan yang dibentuk dan dimiliki secara bersama oleh Pemerintah Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah dan Pemerintah Kabupaten atau beberapa Kabupaten/ Kota di Kalimantan Tengah.
3. Kerjasama antara beberapa investor (beberapa perusahaan) dengan Pemerintah Daerah. Pada Model ini, Pemerintah Daerah menawarkan insentif dalam bentuk penyediaan dana/ penyediaan lahan dan menyediakan perizinan – perizinan yang diperlukan, dan perusahaan-perusahaan bertanggungjawab dalam pembiayaan proyek, pembangunan dan operasional proyek.
4. Barter/ Pertukaran (Pemerintah Daerah menawarkan pengelolaan sumberdaya alam yang ditukar dengan proyek investasi strategis yang dikelola oleh pihak investor)
 
 
NATURAL RESOURCES
AGRICULTURE : The current utilization area of rice fields in this province covers about 161,900 hectares in which divides into 146,543 ha of foodcrops, 5,073 ha of corns, 3,654 ha of soybeans and 6,630 ha of cassava.
PLANTATION : Central Kalimantan province is recognized as the 5th largest plantation area in Indonesia. The present productive area is about 808,093 ha covers at least twelve major commodities, such as palm-oil, rubber and coconut. The total size covers annual crops area of 807,254 ha and six seasonal corps commodity area of  839 ha.
The major commodities such as palm-oil produces 843,459 tonnes annual fresh fruits, 200,289 tonnes of rubbers, 63,296 tonnes of coconuts and 6,462 tonnes of peppers.
FISHERY : Potencial ocean fishing areas cover 750 km2 with fish production is about 55,911 tonnes. Fresh water area produces about 35,654 tonnes, and the fish cultivation covers of 2.29 million hectares,
FORESTRY : The productive forest areas cover 8,674,824 ha of which is 4,461,322 ha of production forest, 4,056,911 ha of limited production forest and 156,591 ha of industrial forest. These forests in returns, produces an array of secondary products that are mainly logs, sawn-timber, plywood, and rattan.
INVESTMENT OPPRTUNITIES
AGRICULTURE – Food crops currently share about 6% to local GRDP, a lower figure in comparison to the plantation and forestry. The present food crops area is about 215,351 ha which cover paddy, vegetable and horticulture commodities. The prospective canned pineapple is one of the most potential businesses among them all.
PLANTATION – Basically, investment opportunity in plantation covers various indicators such as processing plants, farm productivity improvement, human resources development and researches. Rubber and palm-oil are the two most suitable commodities to grow in Central Kalimantan land, although others like coconut and pepper is also potential for export and it is currently dominantly supply to local markets.
In the past few years number of palm-oil company has increased by almost double. Here in present  is 64. There are 19 Crude Palm-Oil companies. When in full capacity, they can produce about 380,851 tonnes of CPO, a significant increase of 60% from previous years.
The total land area for rubber plantation in Central Kalimantan reaches a 357,345 Ha (47% of total plantation area) of which 98% is from local estate and 2% is from large scale estate. Productivity of local rubber estates is still relatively low at only 500-600 kg/ha per year as compared to productivity of larger estate at 1000-1500 kg/ha per year. Hence, an effort of development in introducing new technology into the local rubber estate to increase its productivity is necessary.
FORESTRY – Central Kalimantan covers about 15,187,000 ha of forest area, it is the second largest in Indonesia after province of Papua which has made this sector one of the economic pillars. The forest area is occupied by 62% of primary forest, 36% are secondary forest while the remaining 2% is timber estate.
The major products of forest industry are plywood, moulding, flooring and sawn timber those have contributed a yearly total production and had a total market value of 264,622 m3.
The major forestry industry commodities for export are plywood, particle board, wood-works and rattan. In the upcoming years, demands for such secondary products are rising in the regional markets.
TOURISM - Tanjung Puting National Park in Central Kalimantan is one of the famous tourism landmark in Indonesia. The foreign visitors are dominated by tourists from North America, United Kingdom and other Europe countries. Currently, opportunity for co-operation with a private sector to provide operations and maintenance has been opened to improve the attractiveness of the National Park without sacrifying its ecological environment. A range of business activities can be developed within this objective includes: National Park Information Centres, special accomodations (boathouse or raft house) in wildlife, trekking, cruises, wildlife shows and handicrafts
 
FIVE MOST FAVOURABLE POTENCIES
AND OPPORTUNITIES OF INVESTMENT
IN CENTRAL KALIMANTAN
Introduction
Central Kalimantan is the fourth largest of Indonesia. It covers the size of area 153,564 square kilometres (km²) and lies on the equator lines of 0°45 NL to 3° 30 SL, and 111° to 116°EL . The total number of inhabitants are 1,958,000 and the density is 13 persons in a square kilometer.
Land covers mostly forest area for 67%, plantation for 4.3 %, lowland and highland rice field for 7%, settlement and building for 0.81%. Majority of area topographic is flat for around 32.97% , hilly area is 9.83% and the area of extreme slope is 40% .
Plantation area covers 3,139,000 Hectare of which contains plantation estates with commodities of palm-oil, rubber, rattan, coffee, cocoa and coconut. Food crops covers area of 5,980,750 Hectares with commodities of paddy, cassava, pineapples, corns, bananas, rambutan (local fruit) and cempedak (local fruit).
Marine Fishery in Central Kalimantan covers around 14,400 km2 that has abundant of deep sea water fishes, shrimps and crabs.
Annual compsumtion of cattles (cows) in Central Kalimantan is 12,000 of which around 35% is supplied from the local husbandry and the rest is imported from South Kalimantan, East Java, South East Sulawesi and South Sulawesi.
The land suitable for ranch is around 116,785 Ha that is capable for accommodating 64,884 cows. The present productive area of plantation estates in Central Kalimantan that is 543,500 Ha of palm-oil plantation capables to produce waste that can be used for cattle food. Annual provincial chicken consumption is 3 millions that around 52% is supplied from the local and the rest is imported from others.
 
CENTRAL KALIMANTAN RATTAN PLANTATION
AND DOWNSTREAM INDUSTRIES
1. Main objective of the project
Main objective of the project is to develop rattan plantation and down stream industries such as furnitures, handicrafts, hats, handbags, rattan mat etc.
2. Scope of the Project
Scope of the project covers:
· Land clearing and preparation for the seeds.
· Cultivation, plantation, fertilization, cropping the land for rattan plantation.
· Build industrial plant for producing downstream product.
· A training centre for Area Human Resources Development.
3. Work Preparation
Site plan of rattan plantation are at several regencies in Central Kalimantan such as Katingan, Gunung Mas, East Barito, South Barito, North Barito etc.
Investors are welcome in providing the heavy equipment for land clearing and in the stage of work preparation. Numbers of activities in this works also cover the stages of cultivation, plantation, fertilization, copping, plant building and training center development.
4. Legal and Governmental
The Government of Central Kalimantan will facilitate the licenses or regulations in order to support the activities. They will provide a conducive climate for the rattan investors.
5. Potential Role for Investor
The Province will provide the land for the rattan plantation and interested investors can provide fund to spend in the cultivation, plantation, fertilization and maintaining process until the rattan is ready to crop. Funding also necessary for building some facilities for supporting the projects such as training centers, industrial plants etc.
6. Project Cost and Financing
The estimate project cost for the stage of work preparation of rattan plantation and downstream industries is US $ 100,000,000.
7. Schedule
The work schedule for the rattan plantation can be started from 2007 and a long term of utilization.
 
CENTRAL KALIMANTAN RUBBER PLANTATION PROJECT PROFILE
1. Objectives of the Project
The main objective of the project is develop rubber plantation.
2. Scope of the Project
Scope of work of the project are to build plantation are :
· Land clearing and preparation for the seeds.
· Cultivation, plantation, fertilization, cropping the land for rubber plantation.
3. Work Preparation
The development of land for rubber will be located in several regencies in Central Kalimantan such as Katingan, Gunung Mas, East Barito, South Barito, etc.
Investors are welcome to provide the fund for the rent of heavy equipment for land clearing and preparation work. Cultivation, plantation, fertilization are conducted until the plants are ready to cropped.
4. Legal and Governmental
The Central Kalimantan will facilitate the licenses and regulation to support the work preparation in the process of creating conducive climate for the investors. Therefore the investor will invest their money for the rubber industries.
5. Potential Role for Investor
The Province will provide the land for the plantation and interested investors can fund the cultivation, plantation, fertilization and maintaining process until the rubber is ready to crop.
6. Project Cost and Financing
The estimate project cost for the work preparation of rubber plantation is US $ 100,000,000.
7. Schedule
The work schedule for the rubber plantation can be started from 2007 and a long term of utilization.
 
CENTRAL KALIMANTAN COAL PROJECT PROFILE
1. Objectives of the Project
The main objective of the project is to exploit the potential coal with production capacity 500,000 MT/ month or 6,000,000 MT/ year. It is estimated that on the year of 2009 the production will reach 20,000,000 MT.
2. Scope of the Project
The major project’s component activities are :
· To process the exploration and exploitation permit from local government.
· To procure the require equipments for exploration, exploitation, transportation and communication.
· To construct the required roads, bridge, harbor, offices and other facilities.
· To transport, shipping and market the coal product.
3. Technical and Infrastructure
The gross coal calorie value is ranged between 4,500 to 8,000 Kcal/Kg. This range classify as of Medium and High grade calorie value. Coal potential in Central Kalimantan is about 3,500,000,000 tons with the classification as follow:
· Inferred Resources 1,267,256,288 tons
· Indicated Resources 1,222,788,717 tons
· Measured Resources 982,256,991 tons
· Proved Resources 64,480,757 tons
4. Legal and Governmental
This project is one of the main priority programs of Central Kalimantan, so the local government will support the land acquisition, permit and regulations to ensure the smooth process of project development and implementation.
5. Potential Role for Investor
The interested investors can play several roles in this project such as:
· Proposed defrayal source from investors.
· Soft loan negotiation with private institution or by bilateral cooperation with foreign investors or countries.
· Joint investment and management with Local Government, National/Local State Owned Enterprises, Private Sectors.
6. Project Cost and Financing
The estimate project cost for the coal development is about US $ 200,000,000.
7. Schedule
The work schedule for the coal development can be executed in two years and long last until 20 – 25 years.
CENTRAL KALIMANTAN IRON ORE PROJECT PROFILE
1. Objectives of the Project
The main objective of the project is to exploit the potential of iron ore in Lamandau, Upstream Katingan, East Kotawaringin and East Barito.
2. Scope of the Project
The major project’s component activities are :
· To process the exploration and exploitation permit from local government.
· To procure the require equipments for exploration, exploitation, transportation and communication.
· To construct the required roads, bridge, harbor, offices and other facilities.
· To transport, shipping and market the iron ore product.
3. Technical and Infrastructure
Iron ore reserve in Central Kalimantan is around 41.2 million tons and spread out in several regencies such as Lamandau Regency 13.2 million tons, East Barito Regency 5 million tons, East Kotawaringin 20 million tons and Katingan regency 3 million tons.
4. Legal and Governmental
This project is one of the main priority programs of Central Kalimantan, so the local government will support the land acquisition, licenses and regulations to ensure the smooth process of project development and implementation.
5. Potential Role for Investor
The interested investors can play several roles in this project such as:
a. Proposed defrayal source from investors.
b. Soft loan negotiation with private institution or by bilateral cooperation with foreign investors or countries.
c. Joint investment and management with Local Government, National/Local State Owned Enterprises, Private Sectors.
6. Project Cost and Financing
The estimate project cost for the iron ore development is about US $ 100,000,000.
7. Schedule
The work schedule for the iron ore development can be executed in two years and long last until 20 – 25 years.
CENTRAL KALIMANTAN ZIRCON PROJECT PROFILE
1. Objectives of the Project
The main objective of the project is to exploit the potential zircon which is abundantly found spread out in all Regencies/ City in Central Kalimantan.
2. Scope of the Project
The major project’s component activities are :
· To process the exploration and exploitation permit from local government.
· To procure the require equipments for exploration, exploitation, transportation and communication.
· To construct the required roads, bridge, harbor, offices and other facilities.
· To transport, shipping and market the zircon product.
3. Technical and Infrastructure
Nowadays many local people work in this sector as this mining commodities are found in many Regencies/ City in Central Kalimantan. It is estimated there are one billion of sand which contain 0.7% zircon.
4. Legal and Governmental
This project is one of the main priority programs of Central Kalimantan, so the local government will support the land acquisition, licenses and regulations to ensure the smooth process of project development and implementation.
5. Potential Role for Investor
The interested investors can play several roles in this project such as:
a. Proposed defrayal source from investors.
b. Soft loan negotiation with private institution or by bilateral cooperation with foreign investors or countries.
c. Joint investment and management with Local Government, National/Local State Owned Enterprises, Private Sectors.
6. Project Cost and Financing
The estimate project cost for the zircon development is about US $ 100,000,000.
7. Schedule
The work schedule for the zircon development can be executed in two years and long last until 20 – 25 years.
 
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