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Westmoreland buys Sherritt's operating coal mines in transformative deal

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13 January 2014

Westmoreland buys Sherritt's operating coal mines in transformative deal

Report summary

Sherritt International, the largest thermal coal producer in Canada, announced in December that it will divest its coal and potash businesses. This transaction allows Sherritt to pay down debt and focus on its core businesses in base metals and transforms Westmoreland into the leading mine-mouth coal producer in North America.

Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Location maps
  • Deal summary
    • Alberta coal mines
    • Saskatchewan coal mines
      • Marketable reserves as of 01/01/2014
      • Deal analysis
      • Upside & risks
      • Strategic rationale
      • Economic assumptions

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  • Alberta mines
  • Saskatchewan mines
  • Marketable coal production from acquired mines
  • 2013 Canadian cost curve
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