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30 Sep 2021

Indonesia: Delong Nickel Industrial Area in Sulawesi

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The Indonesian Delong Industrial Park, is a ferronickel and stainless steel industrial park developed by China's Jiangsu Delong Nickel Co., Ltd., with a planned area of 2,200 hectares and an output capacity of 3 million tonnes of ferronickel and 2.5 million tonnes of stainless steel. The industrial park was inaugurated in 2014, with two plants in Kendari and one in Morowali. The first and second phases of the project have been incorporated into the China-Indonesia "Belt and Road Initiative" key project list and the Indonesian national strategic project list.

According to the data published by Global Energy Monitor, the Delong Industrial Park has several captive coal-fired power plants in operation and under construction, amounting to a total of 2,160MW.

Several violent protests by workers at the Delong industrial work occurred towards the end of 2020. In January 2023, there were further labour conflicts and unrest.