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Lubel Coal Company Ltd.(BVI) – a privately-owned company focused on mine construction project implementation on coking coal mining. Company owns 100% in Lubelska Coal Project located in Western Ukraine
High Production Capacity

  • 8m diameter two shafts of 920m and 940m in depth
  • State-of the-art high-production mechanized plow system

- It is anticipated to apply high productive Caterpillar plow systems

  •  Scale and method of production are similar to LW

Bogdanka Mine (Poland)
– Recently achieved 24 400 t/day from one face equipped with plow  system
– Seam thickness of 1.63m

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EPC contractor of Lubel mine construction, upon visit to
Bogdanka mine in July 2014, has confirmed annual output
capacities for Lubel mine of ca. 8Mt p.a.
Strategic location with well-developed infrastructure

  •  Situated in a region of high demand on coking coal with convenient infrastructure for coal supply
  •  Located in close proximity to European steelmakers
  •  Available high-skilled and experienced mine workers in the region

High quality coking coal with potential for resource extension

  •  High quality coking coal with attractive metallurgical characteristics
  •  Major project with long-term operation period based on high quality coking coal resources
  •  177Mt of reserves at block No.1 and block No.2 according to JORC classification
  •  129 Mt additional reserves of ?/Zh-grade ranked by DKZ(1) at block No.3 and 108Mt of ?/Zh-grade at Lubelska No.4 block to be compliant to JORC standards based on existing 3D model

Positioned to be among the largest pure-play coking coal producers globally

  •  Underground mine with average salable coal production capacity over 6.1 Mt p.a. DKZ-compliant ?-grade(2) and DKZ-compliant ?/Zh-grade(2) hard coking coal per annum
  •  Clear construction scheduling not exceeding 38 months (term of construction and reaching the project capacity are warranted by general contractor CCMC), potential commissioning in 2019
  •  Mine life of 42 years

Project attractive economics

  •  Latest studies allow to achieve an IRR more then 38% for the Lubelska Project
  •  Attractive low production costs below US$ 30.0 per ton (average cash cost during full

operational years 2020-2060 according to Luganskgiproshakht BFS). In accordance with CCMC BFS average cost per ton is US$26,6 for the period of 2020-2027
High productivity mining method

  •  Modern, high-productive plow systems Caterpillar applied at similar operations in the world mines
  •  The use of the latest plow technology allows to improve throughput and achieve lower operating costs

Project status

  •  Invested funds - USD 51,9m
  •  Mine construction project and electricity and other technical supply terms approved;
  •  Land is allocated, infrastructure construction in progress: roads, bridges, drainage systems, removal of soil etc.;
  •  PAT «Luganskdiproshakht» elaborated an updated version of BFS in January 2014.
  •  In October 2014 CCMC (general contractor) and Hefei project institute developed an adaptation of BFS according to terms and rules of potential international creditors – Chinese financial institutions
  •  Term of construction, according to CCMC, will not exceed 38 months, planned start of operations – 1st quarter of 2019; CCMC will provide the performance guarantee on estimated mine output, construction term and quality of equipment
  •  The Company is continuing the preparation works for construction commencement and is in the process of boreholes drilling for further reclassification of resources to a higher class on field #3 and further certification by JORC

Bankable Feasibility Study Results
 Resources for Lubelska No.1 and Lubelska No.2 areas amount to 177 Mt

  •  Large-scale geological exploration program since 1978.
  •  Drilled 436 boreholes with 250x500 drill spacing.
  •  Three coal seems lying at the depth of 700-850m.
  •  Recoverable thickness of coal seams ranging 0.9 ÷ 1.8?.
  •  Low potential of methane at blocks No’s 1 and No.2, continuous and flat

bedding of seams Lubelska No’s 3 and No.4 areas -potential increase of reserves

  •  Additional resources of 129 Mt for block No.3
  •  Additional 108Mt resources at Lubelska No.4 area currently not included in economic analysis

 Budget plans for 2013-2015 include 14-15 boreholes drilling on the block No 3 for further reclassification of resources to a higher class in accordance with JORC, currently internal drilling department is drilling 12th borehole using owned Atlas Copco drilling