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23rd Annual

Coal Properties & Investment Conference

March 12-13, 2015 • Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood, Florida

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REGISTER BY February 6, 2015 AND SAVE $200


Join us at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in 2015 for the 23rd Annual Coal Properties and Investment conference! This long-standing event attracts a variety of coal producers, traders, developers, and investors who exchange best business practices and gain cutting-edge knowledge on coal industry trends.


Keynote AddressDon’t Miss this Year’s Keynote Address!

Changing Minds about Mines in America and the World
Steve Gardner, President-Elect, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration


Gain Valuable Insight into the Following Session Topics


  • Moving the coal industry forward — Seeking out strategic investor partnerships, new coal buyer markets, and more refined technological advances
  • Met coal updates — Latest analysis on supply/demand in the global and domestic markets; US, India, Eastern Europe, and China
  • Investor perspective — How to gain access to capital and manage investor expectations
  • From a ratings point of view — Trends, risks, and opportunities to consider gauging longer term credit quality
  • EPA’s Clean Power Plan/Rule 111(d) — How the coal sector is planning for impact and how these rules may affect investor spending on coal assets
  • Purchase and Sale Agreements — Which provisions are most heavily negotiated and how the courts may construe them
  • Illinois Basin developments — Measuring the growth opportunities and unforeseen production challenges the ILB poses to the rest of domestic coal mining industry
  • Natural gas trends — Price assessments for the near-term
  • Technology’s place in coal — Using carbon recycling to transform carbon liabilities into assets


Past Attending Companies Include:

Alpha Natural Resources
AEP
Arch Coal Inc.
ConEd
Armstrong Coal Company
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Blaschak Coal Corporation
BMO Capital Markets
Cloud Peak Energy
Commonwealth Coal Marketing Inc.
CONSOL Energy
Huntington National Bank
Dunkard Coal
ICAP Energy
John T. Boyd Company
Kentucky River Properties
Kinder Morgan Resources LLC
Mercuria Energy Trading Inc.
Peabody Energy
PNC Bank
SCANA Corporation
SunCoke Energy
Sunrise Coal
Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP



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