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CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy

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31 October 2013

CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy

Report summary

CONSOL Energy is divesting five large thermal coal mines in Northern Appalachia to Murray Energy for a total consideration of US$3.5 billion. This includes the assumption of US$2.4 billion in worker liabilities and a payment of US$850 million in cash. The agreement involves CONSOL's Blacksville No. 2, Loveridge, McElroy, Robinson Run and Shoemaker mines, plus CONSOL's Ohio River barge operations and additional unidentified reserves.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Deal summary
  • Coal assets
  • Deal analysis
  • Upside & risks
  • Strategic Rationale
  • Economic Assumptions

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Table 1
  • Liabilities assumed by Murray Energy (Capitalized method)
  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Image 1
  • Marketable Reserves (as of 01/01/2014)
  • Marketable coal production (five mines being sold)
  • Northern Appalachia cash cost curve, 2013 (US$/st)
  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Table 4
  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Table 5
  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Table 6
  • CONSOL Energy divests five thermal coal mines to Murray Energy: Table 7

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