Part 1: Sandiaga Uno & Berau Coal
One of Indonesia’s best-known politicians may have secretly benefited in some way from questionable payments made by one of the country’s largest coal companies.
Part 2: Luhut B. Pandjaitan
One of Indonesia’s best-known public officials has left questions unanswered when he sold his coal company for an undisclosed amount, to an unknown buyer.
Part 3: Taxing Times for Adaro
A coal company which has won awards for paying taxes in Indonesia has been moving vast amounts of profit out of the country, which may have helped it avoid or minimise the tax it pays there.
Adaro Energy has been moving vast amounts of profit from Indonesian coal to its growing offshore network.
By moving money through tax havens, Adaro Energy may have reduced its potential tax bill in Indonesia by up to US$125 million.
Indonesia coal risks
We already know that coal is terrible for the environment, but our investigations highlight a host of other risks.
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Indonesia's Shifting Coal Money
Our investigations into Indonesian coal companies reveal the use of opaque companies to shift millions of dollars offshore.