Profile: Alliance Holdings GP LP (AHGP.O)

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Alliance Holdings GP, L.P. (AHGP), incorporated on November 10, 2005, owns directly and indirectly, 100% of the members’ interest in Alliance Resource Management GP, LLC (MGP). MGP is a managing general partner of Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. (ARLP). The ARLP Partnership is a diversified producer and marketer of coal primarily to United States utilities and industrial users. The Company has four segments: Illinois Basin, Appalachia, White Oak, and Other and Corporate.

The ARLP Partnership operates 10 underground mining complexes in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, and West Virginia, including the new Tunnel Ridge mine in West Virginia. The ARLP Partnership’s mining activities are conducted in three geographic regions: Illinois Basin, Central Appalachian and Northern Appalachian regions.

Illinois Basin

The Illinois Basin segment is comprised of Webster County Coal, LLC’s Dotiki mining complex, Gibson County Coal, LLC’s mining complex, which includes the Gibson North mine and Gibson South mine, Hopkins County Coal, LLC’s Elk Creek mining complex, White County Coal, LLC’s Pattiki mining complex, Warrior Coal, LLC’s mining complex, Sebree Mining, LLC’s mining complex, which includes the Onton mine, and River View Coal, LLC’s mining complex.

The ARLP Partnership’s Illinois Basin mining operations are located in western Kentucky, southern Illinois and southern Indiana. As of February 1, 2014, the ARLP Partnership operated seven mining complexes in the Illinois Basin. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Webster County Coal, LLC (Webster County Coal), operates Dotiki, which is an underground mining complex located near the city of Providence in Webster County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Warrior Coal, LLC (Warrior), operates an underground mining complex located near the city of Madisonville in Hopkins County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, White County Coal, LLC (White County Coal), operates Pattiki, an underground mining complex located near the city of Carmi in White County, Illinois. The Hopkins complex is located near the city of Madisonville in Hopkins County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Hopkins County Coal, LLC (Hopkins County Coal) operates the Elk Creek underground mine.

The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Gibson County Coal, LLC (Gibson County Coal), operates the Gibson North mine and its subsidiary Gibson County Coal (South), LLC (Gibson South) is constructing the Gibson South mine. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, River View Coal, LLC (River View), operates the River View mine located in Union County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership, through its subsidiaries, Alliance Resource Properties, LLC (Alliance Resource Properties) and ARP Sebree, LLC, controls undeveloped reserves in Webster County, Kentucky (Sebree Reserves).

Appalachian

The Appalachian segment is comprised of Mettiki mining complex, the Tunnel Ridge, LLC mining complex, the MC Mining, LLC mining complex and the Penn Ridge Coal, LLC (Penn Ridge) property. The ARLP Partnership’s Central Appalachian mining operations are located in eastern Kentucky. As of February 1, 2014, the ARLP Partnership operated one mining complex in Central Appalachia, with a second complex idled. The Pontiki complex is located near the city of Inez in Martin County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Pontiki Coal, LLC (Pontiki), owns the mining complex and controls the reserves, and its subsidiary, Excel Mining, LLC (Excel), conducts all mining operations. The MC Mining complex is located near the city of Pikeville in Pike County, Kentucky. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, MC Mining, LLC (MC Mining), owns the mining complex and leases the reserves, and Excel conducts all mining operations.

The ARLP Partnership’s Northern Appalachian mining operations are located in Maryland and West Virginia. As of February 1, 2014, the ARLP Partnership operated two mining complexes in Northern Appalachia. The ARLP Partnership also controls undeveloped reserves in West Virginia and Pennsylvania. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Mettiki Coal, LLC (Mettiki (MD)), operates Mettiki Complex comprises the Mountain View mine located in Tucker County, West Virginia operated by the ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary Mettiki Coal (WV), LLC and a preparation plant located near the city of Oakland in Garrett County, Maryland. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Tunnel Ridge, LLC (Tunnel Ridge), operates the Tunnel Ridge mine, an underground, longwall mine in the Pittsburgh No. 8 coal seam, located near Wheeling, West Virginia. The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Penn Ridge Coal, LLC (Penn Ridge), is party to a coal lease agreement with Allegheny Pittsburgh Coal Company (Allegheny), to which Penn Ridge leases Allegheny’s Buffalo coal reserve in Washington County, Pennsylvania, which is estimated to include approximately 56.7 million tons of proven and probable high-sulfur coal in the Pittsburgh No. 8 seam.

White Oak

The White Oak segment is comprised of WOR Processing and WOR Properties. WOR Processing includes both the surface operations at White Oak and the equity investment in White Oak. WOR Properties owns coal reserves acquired from White Oak under lease-back arrangements.

Other and Corporate

The Other and Corporate segment includes the ARLP Partnership and AHGP’s marketing and administrative expenses, Alliance Service, Inc. (ASI) and its subsidiary, Matrix Design Group, LLC (Matrix Design), Alliance Design Group, LLC (Alliance Design) ASI’s ownership of aircraft, the Mt. Vernon Transfer Terminal, LLC (Mt. Vernon) dock activities, coal brokerage activity, the ARLP Partnership’s equity investment in Mid-America Carbonates, LLC, certain activities of Alliance Resource Properties and Wildcat Insurance, LLC.

The ARLP Partnership’s subsidiary, Mt. Vernon, leases land and operates a coal loading terminal on the Ohio River at Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Coal is delivered to Mt. Vernon by both rail and truck. The terminal has a capacity of 8.0 million tons per year with existing ground storage of approximately 60,000 to 70,000 tons.

The Company competes with Alpha Natural Resources, Inc., Arch Coal, Inc., CONSOL Energy, Inc., Foresight Energy LLC, James River Coal Company, Murray Energy, Inc., Patriot Coal Corp., and Peabody Energy Corp.

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Alliance Holdings GP LP

PO Box 22027
TULSA   OK   74121-2027
P: +1918.2957600

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