Asset Report

American Consolidated Natural Resources Appalachia coal mines

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American Consolidated Natural Resources (ACNR) is the largest coal producer in Northern Appalachia (NAPP) - producing over 30 Mst or one third of the basin’s total production. It also has controlling interests in mines in Southern Appalachia (SAPP) and the Uinta Basin. ACNR is a new company, formed by Murray Energy’s lenders in 2020, as a result of the Murray Energy bankruptcy proceedings. ACNR's average mine costs (FOB mine) will be US$36.0/st for domestic thermal coal in 2022, which is above the US$34.4/st average for all of NAPP domestic thermal coal production.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 15 images and tables including:

  • ACNR mine locations
  • Participation
  • Coal seams
  • Marketable reserves (as of 01/01/2023)
  • Production (Mst)
  • Production (Mst)
  • Export production (Mst)
  • Mine summary 2022
  • Infrastructure
  • FOB Mine cash costs 2022 (US$/short ton)
  • Company average cash costs and margin (US$/short ton)
  • Cash costs (US$/short ton)
  • Capital costs (US$ million)
  • Product quality
  • Economic assumptions

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    American Consolidated Natural Resources United States (NAPP) BASE.xls

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    American Consolidated Natural Resources Appalachia coal mines

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