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PT Bumi Resources Tbk is a leading Indonesian natural resources group focused primarily on coal mining. It is Indonesia's largest coal miner by production volume and the world's largest thermal coal exporter.
|Industry Sub Sector||Coal Mining|
|Established||26 June 1973|
|Listed||30 July 1990|
|Listed Company Code||BUMI|
|Major Shareholders (>5%)||Credit Suisse AG SG Branch (23.15%)
Damar Reka Energi (6.28%)
|Key Subsidiaries||Kaltim Prima Coal
Bumi Resources Minerals
Pendopo Energi Batubara
Fajar Bumi Sakti
Stock Quote Bumi Resources - BUMI:
Bumi Resources is primarily engaged in the exploration and exploitation of coal deposits on the islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan. BUMI operates mines through four companies: Arutmin Indonesia, Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), Pendopo Energy Batubara and Fajar Bumi Sakti.
Bumi Resources and its subsidiaries operate in Indonesia, the United Kingdom, Japan and Australia.
Bumi Resources' Financial Highlights:
|Operating Income (loss)
|Net Income (loss)
|Earnings per 1000 shares¹||(14,55)||(53,26)||1.87|
|Dividend per Share²||0||0|
|Net Income (loss)
|Earnings per 1000 shares¹||10.06||10.75||10.86||(32.82)||(30,00)|
|Dividend per Share²||27,68||41,78||14,32||0||0|
in million USD, unless otherwise stated
¹ in USD
² in IDR rupiah
Source: Bumi Resources, Annual Report 2016
Bumi Plc Dispute; Rothschild versus Bakrie Group
In 2010, financier Nathaniel Rothschild and the Bakrie Group founded London-listed Bumi Plc in a USD $3 billion deal that included a 29 percent stake in Bumi Resources. Not long after, however, Rothschild accused Bumi Resources of financial irregularities, causing a rift between both sides. After three years of dispute, the terms for the separation deal were finalized in March 2014.
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