Indonesia's second largest coal mining contractor PT Delta Dunia Makmur Tbk (DOID) reported a 25 million bank cubic meter (bcm) of overburden removal in January 2012, a slight decrease of 3.10% from 25.8 million bcm in December last year.
In a company announcement recently published, Delta Dunia posted a 2.6 million tons of coal production in January this year, a 3.70% decrease from 2.7 million tons in December last year.
Compared to the positions in January 2011, DOID booked a flat coal production of 2.6 million tons and a lowered overburden of 3.1% from 25.8 million bcm in January last year.
For the full year of 2011, Delta Dunia, via its wholly owned subsidiary PT Bukit Makmur Mandiri Utama (BUMA), produced 334.1 million bcm OB or increased 14.3% yoy and extracted 34.7 metric tons coal or relatively flat to last year (-1% yoy), which below company’s FY11 target of 340 million-350 million bcm OB & 37 metric tons-38 metric tons coal or about 3%-6% below our expectation respectively.
"In 4Q11, we expect DOID to post net profif of around Rp220 billion. Considering the recovery pace still slow following the weather risk, overall the 4Q11’s operational results below the company’s guidance who expect OB capacity should jump to 31 million-32 million bcm per month on average vs actual of 28.6 million bcm. Therefore we expect there is 15%-20% downside of our earnings forecast in 4Q11," said a morning notes published by Mandiri Sekuritas on January 16 2012.
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