Milestones

1997

The Sixth Generation of Contract of Work was granted to Martabe Project. The area overlaps into North Tapanuli, Central Tapanuli, South Tapanuli, Padangsidimpuan and Mandailing Natal.

2001

PT Horas Nauli replaced PT Danau Toba Mining to develop Martabe Gold Mine.

2003

PT Newmont Horas Nauli replaced PT Horas Nauli.

2006

PT Agincourt Resources replaced PT Newmont Horas Nauli to continue the development of Martabe Gold Mine.

2007

Oxiana became the owner of the Martabe project through the acquisition of Agincourt Resources in early 2007. Following a review of a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS), Oxiana’s Board approved development of the Martabe gold and silver project in December 2007.

2008

Feasibility Study, AMDAL, and Construction Permit of Martabe Gold Mine were obtained. Construction activities were commenced by access opening, constructions at laydown and camp areas, and preparation for plant site construction.

2009

G-Resources, the Hong Kong public-listed company, took over the ownership and development of Martabe Gold Mine Project in July.

2011

Martabe project reached the peak of construction activity. More than 4,000 workers absorbed, 40% of whom were recruited from the South Tapanuli and other regions in North Sumatra.

2012

The signing of the 5% share of PT Agincourt Resources transfer agreement to the Government of South Tapanuli Regency and the Government of North Sumatra Province on 24 July. First gold was poured on 24 July.

2016

G-Resources as the main shareholder is replaced by a consortium led by EMR Capital, a specialist mining private equity fund (61.4% of shares). The consortium also includes Farallon Capital, a global financial investor (20.6%), Martua Sitorus (11%) and Robert Hartono & Michael Bambang Hartono (7%).

2017

Mining commences at the Ramba Joring pit. Completion of 2017 sees the most successful production and exploration results in PTAR’s history. The operation milled a record 5.35 Mt to produce 355,000 ounces of gold. The exploration and resource development program included 120k metres drilled by

2018

The main shareholder, owned by a consortium led by EMR Capital, has been replaced by PT Danusa Tambang Nusantara.

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