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Bowie Resources and Galena acquire Arch's Utah operations

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Report summary

Arch announced on 28 June 2013 that it has arranged to sell the Dugout, Skyline and SUFCO mines, all in Utah, to a joint venture between Bowie Resources and Galena Asset Management (a subsidiary of Trafigura Beheer) for US$435 million in cash. Of this, US$104 million will come from Galena for a minority equity stake. This deal will significantly increase Bowie Resources' production profile, more than doubling their current production, while providing Galena significant upside potential. ...

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Deal summary
    • Dugout
    • Skyline
    • SUFCO
  • Deal analysis
  • Upside & risks
  • Strategic rationale
  • Economic assumptions

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Tables

  • Bowie Resources and Galena acquire Arch's Utah operations: Table 1
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  • Bowie Resources and Galena acquire Arch's Utah operations: Table 4
  • Bowie Resources and Galena acquire Arch's Utah operations: Table 5
  • Marketable reserves as of 01/01/2013

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  • Bowie Resources and Galena acquire Arch's Utah operations: Image 2
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  • Marketable coal production
  • 2013 Western Bituminous cost curve

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