Bert Koth’s presentation at Mines and Money London 2013 examines the life cycle of private equity investments and asks the following key questions, are PE funds able to be long term investors in mining projects? What are the Exits? and How can the mining developer retain control of their project following a PE investment?
Liberty Resources Limited is an Australian mining and exploration company focused on the discovery and development of clean energy sources from coal. Liberty’s immediate priority is to evaluate, and value add to its new discovery of shallow coal in the Bowen Basin, Queensland. What sets this coal exploration permit apart is that it is ready for drilling shallow, and potentially high value coal seams. Liberty has received early signs that this strategically positioned Bowen Basin Coal tenement could host an economic resource with recent exploration drilling returning better than expected results. Premium Coking and PCI coal mines, operated by companies such as BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Peabody and Vale, as well as rail and other infrastructure surround the project. Liberty’s long term goal is to make low cost, clean energy and fertiliser, from coal. The company continues to maintain its long term focus and planning for its flagship fertilizer project which may be located either near Injune or alternatively near Miles, in Queensland.
New Age Exploration Limited (ASX:NAE) is an Australian company focused on coking coal exploration and development. Its flagship project is the Lochinvar Coking Coal Project in the UK which is ideally located to supply domestic UK and European steel mills with immediate access to existing rail and port infrastructure. Lochinvar has an Inferred Resource of 112 Mt and the company is targeting development of the project by 2016.”
Beacon Hill Resources Plc is an AIM and ASX listed resource company focussed on advancing its portfolioof exploration, development and production projects in commodities relating to the steel production industry. Headquartered in Johannesburg with interests in both Mozambique and Tasmania, Beacon Hill’s current focus is on coking coal production at its Minas Moatize Coal Mine in the Tete Province of Mozambique, and the development of its Arthur River Magnesite Project in Tasmania, Australia.
Mines and Money caught up with Bert Koth from Denham Capital at Mines and Money Australia to discuss private equity investment in the mining sector, the contraction of traditional debt and equity, current opportunities for investing in the mining and metals sector, and the outlook for private equity. Bert will be participating in the private equity financing panel: […]
Blog: Interview with Ghee Peh, Executive Director, Head of Metals and Mining Research, UBS Securities Asia
Mines and Money spoke with Ghee Peh, Executive Director, Head of Metals and Mining Research, UBS Securities Asia at Mines and Money Beijing 2013 following his presentation. Ghee explained how Chinese resource investors’ past experiences will influence future trends in outbound investment, which commodities he expects Chinese investors will have the most appetite for, what […]
Mines and Money Beijing is now just a couple of weeks away so we caught up with Chen Biao from Jinjiang Mining Fund (who is speaking on Day 1 of the conference program) to ask about Chinese investment into overseas mining projects, which areas Chinese investors will focus their spending, changes in the Chinese investor […]
As China continues its transition to economic super-power, outbound investment from the country is expected to increase this year with mining and energy assets key to the country’s investment strategy. As a prelude to Mines and Money Beijing in June, we’ve gathered some of the key trends and forecasts for Chinese outbound investment, identified Chinese […]
Presentation: ‘Chinese Outbound Investment Trends’ by Bank of China International at Mines and Money Hong Kong 2013
Presented by Amy Cheng, Bank of China International at Mines and Money Hong Kong in March, 2013. Topic: ‘Chinese Outbound Investment Trends‘ Outlook for metals and minerals demand and impact on outbound investment flows What type of deals are attracting Chinese outbound investment: Size, location, commodity, deal structure Examining the reasons behind past outbound investment failures and […]
This Podcast was produced by Wood Mackenzie. Drawing from Wood Mackenzie’s new report, Horizons 2013, senior analysts from across Wood Mackenzie’s energy and metals business discuss their views on some of the major themes for the coming year: Bill Durbin, Head of China and NE Asia Research, highlights the growing divergent trends in commodity markets […]
We spoke to Catherine Raw, Director and Portfolio Manager from Blackrock during Mines and Money London to discuss global commodity demand, the prospects of more streaming activity at Blackrock, the outlook for the gold market, which regions investors should focus on and why she believes gold miners need to pay dividends to shareholders. Questions (0.08) How […]
Photos from Day 2 at Mines and Money London. Featuring keynotes: Mark Bristow, Nolan Watson and Lee Downham
Presentation: Key Success Factors for a Mining Project in a Time of Market Volatility by Donald Lindsay, Teck Resources
This keynote presentation by Donald Lindsay, CEO, Teck Resources featured at Mines and Money Hong Kong in March 2012.
This presentation by Jing Ulrich, JP Morgan was presented at Mines and Money Hong Kong in March 2012.
Watch highlights of Mines and Money Australia which returned to the Sydney Conference and Exhibition Centre for two days of networking, deal making and knowledge sharing between mining developers and investors.
This video was recorded at Mines and Money Hong Kong 2012. It captures the energy of Day 1 as Robert Friedland from Ivanhoe Mines, Donald Lindsay from Teck Resources and a host of other industry leaders shared insights and market analysis to a packed room of conference delegates. On the exhibition floor mining developers and […]