Cempaka Project
Country Indonesia 
Province Kalimantan
Close to Banjarmasin
Surface 80 km² / 19,768 acres
Latitude / Longitude 3 S 29 / 114 E 47
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Cempaka Project
Status Risk : Care and Maintenance
Country Risk : Very High
Title(s) of the Cempaka Project
BDI Mining Corp.
Interest: 80%
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Gem diamonds limited
Interest: 80%
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Gem Diamonds acquired AIM traded BDI Mining in May 2007 for US$78.2 million. BDI Mining holds an 80% interest in the Cempaka alluvial diamond mine in south Kalimantan, Indonesia. Indonesian parastatal ANTAM owns the remaining 20%.
Location of the Cempaka Project
The Cempaka alluvial diamond mine is located 30km from the provincial city of Banjarmasin, in south-east Kalimantan, Indonesia. Acquired from Rio Tinto and Malaysia Mining Corporation in 2001, the mine lies within a 30 Year, 7th Generation Production more...
History of the Cempaka Project
The Cempaka diamond mine was commissioned in March 2005, when operations began in Danau Seran, and has since recovered over 34,000 carats of gem quality diamonds. Operations at the mine have now attained steady-state production, with monthly diamond recoveries presently averaging over 3,500 carats ahead of expanded production in Phase II mining.
Data last updated on : 12/31/2008
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