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Stanmore Coal Posts Dec Quarter Sales Of 497Kt
Stanmore Coal Says Managing Director Dan Clifford Resigns
Stanmore Coal Says Produced 704Kt ROM Coal In Qtr
Stanmore Coal Limited is a coal mining company. The Company's principal activities include the development of operation of coal mines in Queensland, Australia. The Company's segments include Isaac Plains Coal Mine, which includes the operation of the Isaac Plains Coal Mine, including the Isaac Plains East project, and All Other Segments, which includes all other exploration and development coal assets. The Company holds interests in various tenements, such as The Range, New Cambria, Belview, Tennyson, Belview North, Clifford West, Clifford East, Tennyson South, Lilyvale, Belview East and Mackenzie. The Isaac Plains project is located in Moranbah. The Belview, Mackenzie, New Cambria, Tennyson and Lilyvale projects are located in Bowen Basin. The Range and Clifford projects are located in Surat Basin.
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Interim Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer, joint Company Secretary
General Manager - Operations
Group Manager – Development
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Stanmore Coal Ltd on Thursday said that Winfield Energy had decided to scrap its proposed takeover of the company as the Brisbane-based miner failed to engage with key shareholders, causing Stanmore's shares to drop more than 6%.
Australia's Stanmore Coal <SMR.AX> on Wednesday said it had received a takeover proposal from privately held Winfield Energy valuing the coal miner at up to A$435 million ($292 million).
Singapore's Golden Investments said on Wednesday that it will seek a board position at Australia's Stanmore Coal Ltd <SMR.AX> as its biggest shareholder, despite the failure of a A$240 million ($171 million) takeover bid.
Damage to rail lines in cyclone-hit northeast Australia is set to disrupt exports of the steel-making material from the world's largest coking coal region, underpinning prices and raising the prospect of major producers declaring force majeure.
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