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MINING ENGINEERING GROUP

BALIKPAPAN

SATUI MULIA LIFE OF MINE USING


MINESCAPE AND XPAC

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LOCATION

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Kintap
Bukit

Mulia

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Introduction
The Location of Satui is in South Kalimantan Province.
Satui can be reached for 3 hours from Banjarmasin by land transportation.
Satui is owned by PT. Arutmin Indonesia. Arutmin was majority owned by BHP in 2000
before it was taken over by PT. Bumi Resources Tbk.
PT. Arutmin Indonesia and PT. Thiess Indonesia made alliance, the contract was
concluded in May 2000 and commenced on 12 June 2000. The reason of Alliance is
Arutmin wanted sharing risk with Thiess Indonesia to operate their mine.
The scope of work Thiess Indonesia in Arutmin is Mining services, delivery coal to the
port and barging the coal.
The payment contract between Arutmin and Thiess is on a per barged tonnes basis.
Right now Thiess Indonesia still negotiate to the Arutmin for contract extension.
Life of Mine (LOM) is needed for calculating the reserve and total cost for mining
operation.
In the contract between Thiess and Arutmin. Pit shell is supplied by Arutmin, then
Thiess will design pit excavation and dump. Loss and dilution criteria is created by
Thiess after Arutmin Agreed.

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Geological Data

Xsection

Pit 8

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Xsection
Pit 5

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Xsection
Pit 67

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Xsection

Pit 8F

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PIT 8
Volume overburden = 30.305 MBCM Calorific Value = 4,928 Kcal (adb)
Volume interburden = 14.266 MBCM Raw Ash = 4.95 % (adb)
Volume Free dig = 2.858 MBCM Total Moisture = 34.96 % (adb)
Volume Top Soil = 0.558 MBCM Raw Sulfur = 0.17 % (adb)
Quantity of Coal = 16.313 MTonnes
Striping ratio = 1 : 2.9

PIT 5
Volume overburden = 2.556 MBCM Calorific Value = 5,290 Kcal (adb)
Volume interburden = 0.533 MBCM Raw Ash = 8.87 % (adb)
Volume Free dig = 1.755 MBCM Total Moisture = 36.58 % (adb)
Volume Top Soil = 0.094 MBCM Raw Sulfur = 0.16 % (adb)
Quantity of Coal = 0.718 MTonnes
Striping ratio = 1:6

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PIT 6
Volume overburden = 6.544 MBCM Calorific Value = 4,718 Kcal (adb)
Volume interburden = 0.813 MBCM Raw Ash = 5.23 % (adb)
Volume Free dig = 1.468 MBCM Total Moisture = 33.50 % (adb)
Volume Top Soil = 0.175 MBCM Raw Sulfur = 0.52 % (adb)
Quantity of Coal = 2.461 MTonnes
Striping ratio = 1 : 3.6

PIT 7
Volume overburden = 1.785 MBCM Calorific Value = 4,637 Kcal (adb)
Volume interburden = 0.376 MBCM Raw Ash = 5.55 % (adb)
Volume Free dig = 0.700 MBCM Total Moisture = 32.80 % (adb)
Volume Top Soil = 0.087 MBCM Raw Sulfur = 0.61 % (adb)
Quantity of Coal = 0.839 MTonnes
Striping ratio = 1 : 3.5

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PIT 8F
Volume overburden = 1.879 MBCM Calorific Value = 4,905 Kcal (adb)
Volume interburden = 2.136 MBCM Raw Ash = 4.67 % (adb)
Volume Free dig = 1.193 MBCM Total Moisture = 34.95 % (adb)
Volume Top Soil = 0.039 MBCM Raw Sulfur = 0.30 % (adb)
Quantity of Coal = 2.273 MTonnes
Striping ratio = 1 : 2.3

Main Seam
Pit 8 will be mined seam EU1, EU2 as main seam with average true thickness 1 8 m
Pit 5 will be mined seam DU, DL as main seam with average true thickness 2 3 m
Pit 67 will be mined seam EU1, EU2 as main seam with average true thickness 1 4 m
Pit 8F will be mined seam FL, FL2 as main seam with average true thickness 1 5 m

The typical of Mulia Coal is steam coal, Arutmin called Mulia coal is Ecocoal. They sell
this coal to Indonesia power plant.

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Total Reserves for all of pit are
Total Overburden = 43.03 MBCM
Total Interburden = 18.12 MBCM
Total Free Dig = 7.97 MBCM
Total Top Soil = 0.95 MBCM
Quantity of Coal = 22.60 MBCM
Striping Ratio = 1:3
Equipment will be used
2 Liebherr R994
1 Hitachi H2500
1 Komatsu PC1250 for Coal
2 Komatsu PC1250
1 Hitachi H800
Coal Production rate/month is 300 KTonnes
All of those equipments are used to achieved 300 Ktonnes coal/ month with the
striping ratio 1 : 3.
Water is the most problem for mining activity in Mulia, because there are 3 big
stream through the pit. For anticipation Mine Planning of Thiess designed 3 river
diversion to divert stream going into the pit. (see the pictures).

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TOPOGRAPHY ORIGINAL
OF MULIA
PIT 5

PIT 67 Creek

Creek

PIT 8F

PIT 8

Creek

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PIT 8F
PIT 5

PIT 6
PIT 7

PIT 8

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Water Management For Pit 8 & Pit 8F

East Diversion
LW_Pit8

OD_Pit8
IP_Pit8F
IP_Pit8

West Diversion

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Water Management For Pit 6, Pit 7 & Pit 5

IP_Pit5
OD_Pit67

IP_Pit67

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Mining Sequences

LW8

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LW8

OD8

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LW8

OD8

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LW8

OD8
IP8

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OD67

OD8

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OD67

OD8

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OD67
IP5

IP67

OD8

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LW8

IP8 OD8

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LW8

IP8 OD8

IP8F

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Currently mining activity in Mulia pit 8 doesnt need blasting because overburden
material is soft. But for the future mining activity in Mulia will need blasting because
the pit going deeper than now.
The type of overburden material in the Mulia is sandy clay.
The out pit dump design close with the pit. The reason is for minimizing haulage
cycle times and the usage of dump truck is lesser compare far haul distances.
Because the area for dumping is narrow, the material is maximized to dump into the
pit its mean Thiess will maximize in pit dump than out pit dump .
The impacts of maximize in pit dump and construct out pit dump close the pit are
1. The cost of production can be reduced
2. The environment after mine closer is better because the usage of area is lesser
3. The community impact can be avoided because the village close with the mine
have not removed.
After mining activity finish, Thiess have responsibility to rehabilitate the mine area,
include in pit and out pit dump. The area must be rehabilitated approximately 260
hectare.

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XCM For Creating Haul Profiles

Create XCM to calculate hauls distance


And grade, and set Travel Time object include

Declare variable will be used in the script

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Set the rule for hauls,
centroid deposit will find the
centroid
dump at least the same
elevation

Get record and APIL


from output path for both source
and dump

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Create XCM to calculate hauls distance
And grade, and set TravelTime object include

Calculate haul distance


after x,y,z each road
segments points
defined

Define X,Y,Z each points


(1) Is centroid block
(2) Is exit point
(3) Is entry point
(4) Is centroid dump

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Set traveltime object in the script
This object is function to calculate traveltime after
Create XCM to calculate hauls distance Given haul paramater : haul dist,grade,rolling resistance,
And grade, and set TravelTime object include Final and maximum speed, and loaded or empty

Generate output in
CSV FILE

Truck ATR file should be put in the correct path

Load time,dump time, spot time add to travel time


To calculate cycle time

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Haul Profiles & Truck Requirements
Haul profiles is calculated with Xpac using xcm as a language programming.
Caterpillar 777D is type of truck using for calculation haul profiles
The haul profiles average is 1500 meters for two ways
The average truck requirement in Mulia is 4.

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Conclusion
There are 5 pits will be mined for LOM of Satui
The Reserve of Mulia is 22.60 Mtoness with the striping ratio 1 : 3
Water is the most problem for mining activity in Mulia, because there are 3 big stream
through the pit. For anticipation Mine Planning of Thiess designed 3 river diversion to
divert stream going into the pit.
The impacts of maximize in pit dump and construct out pit dump close the pit are
1. The cost of production can be reduced
2. The environment after mine closer is better because the usage of area is lesser
3. The community impact can be avoided because the village close with the mine
have not removed.
Xpac is used for generating mine sequences and calculating haul profiles

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