The Papua province of Indonesia is rich of natural resources. Papua joined the Republic of Indonesia May 1st, 1963 with a total area of 404,669 kilometer square, and only inhabited by 7,310,000 population, approximately 18 people per
kilometer square. The city of Timika that is located in the Mimika district is dominant in the area, where PT Freeport Indonesia, the biggest mining company with the most gold and silver output in the nation is located. Aside from
Mimika, also located in Nabire is a mining site of alluvial gold. As a newly established district, the area contains a high level of minerals, especially gold. PT Kristalin Ekalestari entered the gold mining sector in Nabire on 2007,
owning authority to gold mining and exploration for 5000 hectares of land around Nifase village, along the musairo river, Nabire, Papua. In 2010, the authority to mine changed into mining lisence for exploration. In addition, in 2011,
PT Kristalin Ekalestari was also granted mining lisence for operational production for 198 hectares in Makimi village. To conduct mass mining for alluvial gold, PT Kristalin Ekalestari is cooperating with local and foreign investors
to to optimize the mining sector, with a noble purpose to improve the local and national economies. PT Kristalin Ekalestari commits to develop and improve local economies, particularly areas rich with mineral resources by establishing
mass mining using proper tools and technologies for mining and processing. PT Kristalin Ekalestari is currently active in exploration projects for several mining materials, such as:
Gold exploration in Nabire, Papua on a 5000 Ha land.
Gold processing in Nabire, Papua on a 198 Ha land.
Gold minerals have a significant role in improving the nation’s economy. PT Kristalin Ekalestari aims to contribute to the region’s government, optimizing underdeveloped economies of local areas, and support potential mining sites in Nabire,