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HUNTINGTON - The number of rail cars and trucks filled with coal has picked up in the Cabin Creek area in eastern Kanawha County after Blackhawk Mining..............
|VIDEO CEO Andrew Bell on the spot WATCH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVOgETWiLOw&t=623s|
|"Coal is most definitely not the future. One such example why below."
Coal-fired generation in Alliance Resources markets will continue to retire under the onslaught of new cheaper gas-fired and renewable generation.
As Alliance's end markets shrink, its sales volumes and margins will decline and, barring a rapid deployment of capital into other businesses, common unit distributions will decline.
Although less levered than competitors, Alliance is rated B-1 by Moody's reduced a recent 144A debt placement from $500 million to $400 million due to lack of demand.
The pressure on Alliance's distributions will increase in 2018 and the current 8% common unit distribution yield does not compensate investors for this risk.
In a nutshell, the markets accessible to ARLP's coal will experience a fairly rapid decline in coal-fired generation during the next several years due to cheaper to build and to operate gas-fired generation and the continued cost declines and rapid growth of renewable generation
Interview on periscope with Andrew Bell|
|RNS Number : 7967C
Regency Mines PLC
20 April 2017
REGENCY MINES PLC
("Regency" or the "Company")
20 April 2017
Regency Mines Plc announces, further to the announcements of 27th March and 9th March 2017, progress at the Rosa metallurgical coal mine ("Rosa", held through Carbon Minerals Corporation or "CMC") located in Alabama, United States of America, in the Warrior Coal Basin, and at Vali Carbon Corporation ("VCC"). Regency owns 20% of CMC and 20% of VCC.
· All permits and approvals now received, including Mining Plan extension allowing use of highwall miner instead of auger drill
· Final preparatory work in progress including facing-off of initial face, sampling, widening of access road
· Highwall contractor to start coal operations imminently
· Initial offtakes on rolling one month contracts, with 7 day payment, until stable production achieved
Vali Carbon Corporation
· Permitted and bonded area already held for strip mining and auger mining of the Lower Banner seam
· Planned permit revision and amendments under way to add near term strip and highwall mining while further permits elsewhere in license are processed
· Stripping under way and mobile plant being brought to site for immediate production
· Mining Plan permits increase in stages to 100,000 tpm production
· 50,000 tpm offtake contract under negotiation
· Infrastructure including 500 tph wash plant and railway siding with 10,000 ton twin hopper allowing loading of 110 wagon trains to be recommissioned during 2017
Andrew Bell, Chairman, comments: "The environment continues to improve for the coal sector and as early movers and with offtakes available we and our partners continue our high speed drive towards production at both projects".
Regency has interests including coal bed methane and oil exploration, and is now bringing into production metallurgical coal projects in the Appalachian coal belt in the Eastern United States. The Appalachians have long been one of the world's largest sources of coal, and some areas contain high quality metallurgical and specialist coals.
Regency has three existing coal projects, and an additional coal acreage interest. The Rosa mine, in Blount County, Alabama, is a 3,700 acre property containing a metallurgical coal mine with an NI 43-101 Reserve where commercial production is beginning from the Lower Pottsville Formation of the Pennsylvanian Period. The VCC property is a 5,500 acre property containing a metallurgical coal mine with significant coal deposits (so far not compliant with the codes for public company reporting of coal resources and reserves) in multiple seams of the Lee Formation of the Pennsylvanian Period, where production is expected to begin shortly. The third project is a 25% joint venture interest in 6,500 acres in Jackson County, Alabama, with a record of coal production from the Pennsylvanian Pottsville Formation. Regency also holds a 20% interest in the permitted 287 acre Black Creek coal property in Alabama north of Rosa.
This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014.|
Reward: for any information as to the true identity and address for service of someone posting falsehoods in chatrooms under name of 'Didge'|
|THE COAL IS COMING!
ASMC/Lic L796, Per P-3931 ADEM/NPDES AL0080080
MSHA ID 01-00787
ACOE Per SAM-2009-0652-CHE
AHC Per AHC-09-0578
USFW Per 2009-TA-0473
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|After yesterday's RNS that's 4 individuals happy to increase their holdings in recent weeks:
Frank Walmsley to 3.08% on 9th March, Stephen Moscicki to 6.19% on 4th April, Andrew Bell to 2.38% on 7th April and Mark Lancaster to 3.5% on 13th April.
All those buyers have helped eat into the free float meaning shares will be harder to get hold of whenever good news is released.|
|3.5% holding Mark Lancaster - good news at end of trading week.|
|AB bought shares worth £34,400.
Stephen Moscicki bought shares worth £320,204.
|Positive posts, and now negative posts.
I guess you've sold and don't want the price to go back up now that you no longer hold.
someuwin - 03 Apr 2017 - 08:39:51 - 12465 of 12575
5p very possible this year imo.
someuwin - 04 Apr 2017 - 13:20:42 - 12499 of 12575
Break 1.5p (which should be soon) and we'll be off to the races.|
|There were plenty of positive "rampesque" tweets I recall though.
Could come good, who knows. PJ cant be anywhere near as bad as dismal Bell|
|£30,000 isn't a great vote of confidence by the CEO.|
Pump been done surely? Now the dump?
Strange to be so positive,constantly putting up optimistic tweets, but now shipping em out fast.
Coal - well that's so 20th century...|
|Whatever the case a few seem to be tempted to buy in on the dip judging by today's trades.|
Also AB is closer to the coal face so to speak and he's backing his confidence with his own cash which is saying something.|
|Well PJ dumped 2% of the company a few days ago so I guess he's not that confident anymore.|
|And at the same level as Stephen Moscicki who was happy to buy over 32 million shares at 1p.
You don't buy 6% of a company in one go unless you're confident of serious upside.|
|A decent entry opportunity here to get in quite a bit cheaper than Andrew Bell who bought 2 million @ 1.14 and 1 million @ 1.16.|
|Some larger buys at this level it seems. Cheaper than Andrew Bell's & Stephen Moscicki's recent buys.|
|Following yesterdays rns there's a post over on LSE by joebop which (if true) explains what a tangled web of intrigue this company is. Better odds on a Casino website IMO.|