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siip lahhh…btw up date DOW +3.74…horeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee wah boss kita ke seneng an sekali….. dow +3 aja sdh pake horeeeeeeee.. smile) smile) smile) banyak nyangkut ya :p smile smile) :party: hajar BUMI nya tuh…masa 6350 diborong…5600 dibiarkan lewat bgt saja.. :rofl: smile) smile) smile …nyangkut mah gak usah ditanya om…seeeemmuuuaaaaa!!!… :cry: …tapi yakin lahh..BADAI PASTI BERLALU……tinggal mental aja gimana… :tinju: BUMI mah..buy at any level lahh… smile smile( :cry: … :party: Perasaan semua saham hari ini menstruasi :rofl: Anjlok smua…
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Yah sebaiknya jgn bawa emosi dlm trading , kalo senang teriak saja buy … kalo ngga senang kan bisa bilang mari kita short ! Tetapi kalo sudah semua orang dimaki - maki jd ingat siapa ya ? wah nyindir nih gw juga pernah kena bung Bern….
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smile …nyangkut mah gak usah ditanya om…seeeemmuuuaaaaa!!!… :cry: …tapi yakin lahh..BADAI PASTI BERLALU……tinggal mental aja gimana… :tinju: BUMI mah..buy at any level lahh… smile smile( :cry: … :party: Badai emang pasti berlalu masalahnya kita bisa tetep hidup nggak di tengah badai? Kebanyakan orang mati keseret badai sebelum badainya berlalu
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siip lahhh…btw up date DOW +3.74…horeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee wah boss kita ke seneng an sekali….. dow +3 aja sdh pake horeeeeeeee.. smile) smile) smile) banyak nyangkut ya :p smile smile) :party: hajar BUMI nya tuh…masa 6350 diborong…5600 dibiarkan lewat bgt saja.. :rofl: smile) smile) smile …nyangkut mah gak usah ditanya om…seeeemmuuuaaaaa!!!… :cry: …tapi yakin lahh..BADAI PASTI BERLALU……tinggal mental aja gimana… :tinju: BUMI mah..buy at any level lahh… smile smile( :cry: … :party: siiip lahhh…..badai pasti berlalu omm… :hug: :party: :peace: :applause:
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Bumi eyes 50 percent stake in coal project The nation''s biggest coal producer, PT Bumi Resources, is eyeing a 50 percent stake in the country''s first coal liquefaction project, which will involve a total investment of US$1.3 billion, an official says. Nenny Sri Utami, the head of research and energy development agency at the energy and mineral resources ministry, told The Jakarta Post on Tuesday that Bumi had sent a letter to her office, confirming its interest in obtaining half the project''s shares. "The letter states its interests in developing the project''s next phase, which is a commercial one," Nenny said. The on-going phase of the project, which the government calls semi-commercial, is run by a consortium made up of local coal producers, including Bumi. The term semi-commercial may have to do with the fact a portion the fund to develop the project came also from a grant from the Japan Bank International Cooperation (JBIC). The consortium has been conducting a feasibility study since August, and is expected to complete it soon. The project, which will have a total capacity of 13,500 barrels per day, is scheduled to start the construction in 2009 and production in 2013, the government said. The project would be followed with a commercial plant with a double-capacity. This commercial project is estimated to need an additional investment of $800 million. Based on the government''s plans around the coal liquefaction project, the plant will be built in the Arutmin mining concession in Satui, South Kalimantan. Arutmin is a subsidiary of Bumi. Bumi senior vice president Kaz Tanaka, also the chairman of the project consortium, said the company had not decided whether it wanted to involve the development of the commercial project, saying, "it was still premature and no decision had been made". Liquid coal is much cheaper than the crude oil but the product is the investment required to produce it is high. The price of the coal liquid is estimated to be at $35 per barrel, compared to crude oil, whose price many analysts believe to reach $100 per barrel in the next few years. Coal liquefaction is one of the alternative sources of energy that will be promoted by the government as part of efforts to decrease the country''s dependency on oil. Under the government''s latest energy policy, coal liquefaction should account for 2 percent of the national energy mix by 2025. In order to meet the 2 percent target, Indonesia will need to develop coal liquefaction plants with a combined output of 189,000 barrels per day by 2025. Source The Jakarta Post, Jakarta
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DJ UPDATE: Herald Resources Briefs Interested Parties (Adds detail of Dairi project and declaration that Bumi''s offer is unconditional) By Alex Wilson Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES MELBOURNE (Dow Jones)–Herald Resources Ltd. (HER.AU) said Thursday it has this week briefed interested parties, raising the prospect a rival bidder could emerge to challenge a A$445 million bid from PT Bumi Resources Tbk (BUMI.JK). In a statement to the Australian exchange, the base metals developer said it has conducted management briefings with the parties, some of which will visit its Dairi zinc and lead project in Northern Sumatra next week. A person familiar with the situation said the interested parties are from Indonesia, Australia and elsewhere and have signed confidentiality agreements. Herald has until Jan. 23 to issue its recommendation on the Bumi offer, which closes on Feb. 15 unless extended, and the takeover target has reiterated its advice to shareholders to take no action in the interim. The Perth-based company also Thursday released the results of a definitive feasibility study into the Dairi project, which it said would deliver post production cashflows of US$1.1 billion after tax and have an internal rate of return of 48%. Herald said the capital cost of the development was US$227 million, up from the previous estimate of US$221 million, and that US$50 million of that has already been spent. Chairman Terry Allen said the study is for a mine life of seven years but that Herald is very hopeful it can extend this substantially with resources from nearby deposits. Meanwhile, Bumi said that it has received approval from Australia''s Foreign Investment Review Board for its bid and that its offer is now unconditional. Herald closed up 0.5% at A$2.21, below the Bumi offer of A$2.25 per share, in an Australian market down 0.2%.
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DJ UPDATE: Herald Resources Briefs Interested Parties (Adds detail of Dairi project and declaration that Bumi''s offer is unconditional) By Alex Wilson Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES MELBOURNE (Dow Jones)–Herald Resources Ltd. (HER.AU) said Thursday it has this week briefed interested parties, raising the prospect a rival bidder could emerge to challenge a A$445 million bid from PT Bumi Resources Tbk (BUMI.JK). In a statement to the Australian exchange, the base metals developer said it has conducted management briefings with the parties, some of which will visit its Dairi zinc and lead project in Northern Sumatra next week. A person familiar with the situation said the interested parties are from Indonesia, Australia and elsewhere and have signed confidentiality agreements. Herald has until Jan. 23 to issue its recommendation on the Bumi offer, which closes on Feb. 15 unless extended, and the takeover target has reiterated its advice to shareholders to take no action in the interim. The Perth-based company also Thursday released the results of a definitive feasibility study into the Dairi project, which it said would deliver post production cashflows of US$1.1 billion after tax and have an internal rate of return of 48%. Herald said the capital cost of the development was US$227 million, up from the previous estimate of US$221 million, and that US$50 million of that has already been spent. Chairman Terry Allen said the study is for a mine life of seven years but that Herald is very hopeful it can extend this substantially with resources from nearby deposits. Meanwhile, Bumi said that it has received approval from Australia''s Foreign Investment Review Board for its bid and that its offer is now unconditional. Herald closed up 0.5% at A$2.21, below the Bumi offer of A$2.25 per share, in an Australian market down 0.2%. kok larinya nggak kenceng bozzzz…. kalah sama tetangga sebelah ITMG, pantesan Bill Gate nyindir2 terus, pasti dia pegang ITMG ya Bung Bill Gates ….
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@ Paidjo…kebetulan saya baca postingan Gabriel168 ttg BUMI vs ITMG…dan saya setuju dengan dia…cuma sekarang orangnya menghilang…kena hantam badai BRPT smile)
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bung bill, kenapa anda negative sekali ama BUMI? kasih dong analisanya biar fair atau jangan2 anda membawa misi dari AB u mengacaukan retailer BUMI supaya bisa diakuisisi murah2? oo kamu ketahuan hehehe
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misi positif negatif itu relatif! kalau selama ini yg bilang bumi TP 11000 spy orang terjebak, boleh ga dibilang bawa misi juga ? justru kalau lihat harga hari ini, mr bill ini yg bawa misi bagus.
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