Meratus

Meratus

 

a mountain range on the southeastern part of the island of Kalimantan, in Indonesia. Length, approximately 350 km. Elevation, to 1,892 m (Mount Besar). Mountains of medium elevation with rounded peaks and greatly dissected slopes predominate. The range is composed of granites, limestones, and crystalline schists. There are evergreen equatorial rain forests on mountain lateritic soils on the slopes.

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In recent years, oil exploration of the Meratus Basin, in Central Kalimantan, was curtailed.
She is owned by PT WM Offshore, a subsidiary of PT Wintermar Offshore Marine Tbk, in partnership with PT Meratus Line.
Towards the end of 2014, TPS will deliver four TerexA STS cranes manufactured at its Xiamen, China, location to the Indonesian Meratus Line Group for its new container terminal business.
mineralization and ophiolite formation: an example from the Meratus Mountains, Borneo.
Among the groups that have merged some of their timber concessions with MUSA are the Porodisa Group, owned by the Sumendap family from North Sulawesi, Indonesia, and the Meratus Kalimantan Timber Group, which was owned by the Sutrisno family.
44% copper at the Setapa prospect, 37 km north of Miing, strengthens our view that the Sampanahan property is a mineralized region with the potential to host numerous porphyry copper-gold deposits lying along the eastern margins of the Meratus ranges in South Kalimantan".
WM Natuna was built in China and is owned by PT WM Offshore, a 51% subsidiary of PT Wintermar Offshore Marine Tbk and a joint venture with PT Meratus Line.
Tata Power, India s largest integrated power utility, today announced that it has signed a long term coal supply agreement with PT Antang Gunung Meratus ( AGM ), a 100% subsidiary of the Indonesian company PT Baramulti Sukses Sarana ( BSSR ).
The first is an 80% interest in PT Chaya Meratus Primecoal ("Meratus"), an Indonesian company holding exclusive exploration and development rights for up to 6,000 hectares in the Tanjung Area Basin of south east Kalimantan.
15) See also Tsing (1993) for a description of Central Kalimantan Meratus Dayak mobility across farming landscapes.
Pelindo II will team up with seven partners including PT Samudera Indonesia, PT Meratus Line, PT Tempuran Emas, PT Pelindo IV, PT Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines, PT Tanto Intim Lines, PT Pembangunan Perumahan and the Soring district administration.
At present it is presumed to be the official name for all extant Dayak religions of Indonesia, more exactly for what survives of them, especially in Central Kalimantan and along the borders to West and East Kalimantan (Tunjung, Benuaq Dayaks), as well as in the Meratus mountains of South Kalimantan.