Daily Mercury - February 17 2017
960 jobs a step closer as Olive Downs secures new status
The $1billion Olive Downs mine near Moranbah is a step closer after receiving co-ordinated project status.
The Morning Bulletin - February 9 2017
1000-job revival with new $120M CQ mine
A town gripped in the coal industry's up-and-down cycle could have finally found its steadying force in a "world-class" mine.
The Australian - February 8 2017
Pembroke unveils plans for $1bn coalmine at Olive Downs
Pembroke Resources, the private equity-backed miner that bought the Olive Downs coking coal deposit from bankrupt Peabody Energy, says it plans to spend up to $1 billion to build one of the country's biggest coalmines, potentially employing 1000 people.
Australian Mining - February 8 2017
Pembroke Resources to build coal mine in Bowen Basin
Pembroke Resources is planning to build a coal mine at Olive Downs in Queensland's Bowen Basin, after purchasing some of its projects from the bankrupt Peabody Energy.
Financial Review - October 13 2016
Coal veteran Barry Tudor says
contract pricing here to stay
The traditional method for setting coking coal prices is allegedly in terminal decline, but Barry Tudor won't be placing his business' future in the hands of the spot market.
Financial Review - October 11 2016
Coal price doubling in three months
could deliver $25b economic boost
The mining industry has reached an agreement with Japanese steel makers that prices for most Australian coking coal will jump 117 per cent in just three months, an increase that means that the benefit of rising prices could be felt across the economy.
Reuters - September 6 2016
Australian firm taps coking coal
rebound for new mine in 2017
A private equity-backed firm expects to dig a new coal mine in Australia's prized Bowen Basin in 2017, tapping into a recovery in prices for coal used to make steel at a time when the world's biggest suppliers have stopped building mines.
Global Mining Observer
Ex-Noble Boss Buying-Up Coking Coal
Barry Tudor, the Sydney-based mining boss who lead Gloucester Coal through a string of bruising deals during the last coal boom, is once again hoovering-up coking coal assets in Queensland.
Sydney Morning Herald - November 28 2014
Private Equity Circles Embattled Aussie Miners
Private funds are trawling for bargains in Australia in the aftermath of a global mining boom, looking to strip the fat at companies and projects they believe hold promise but which are struggling under the weight of sagging commodity prices.
Australian Journal of Mining - May 8 2014
Denham bets on coking coal and Tudor
Australia-Based Company to Pursue Metallurgical Coal Opportunities.
Financial Review - May 7 2014
Denham puts $US200m into new Australian coal company
Undeterred by weak coal markets, former Gloucester Coal boss Barry Tudor has re-emerged as a builder of a coal business in Australia, backed by $US200 million from US-based private equity firm Denham Capital.
Coal Age - May 7 2014
Denham Capital Backs Pembroke Resources
Officials at Denham Capital, a leading international resources and energy-focused private equity firm, have announced $200 million in backing for Pembroke Resources; the newly formed Australian miner seeks to develop met coal assets across the Asia-Pacific.
Reuters - May 7 2014
Ex-Gloucester CEO lines up $200m
to buy Asia-Pacific coal assets
The former boss of Australia's Gloucester Coal has lined up $200 million from a private equity firm to buy metallurgical coal projects in Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia, taking advantage of weak valuations in the sector.