Two Sections with 135million ton of Steam Coal.

This is an amazing opportunity in the heart of the Powder River Basin in Wyoming. The coal leases are surrounded by federal minerals, so with this lease each section of ground gives an advantage to the owner in acquiring the 8 surrounding sections of federal minerals and the resulting 800 % increase in potential. For example if one section has 60 million tons of coal, the 8 surrounding also, likely, have 60 tons of coal for another 480 million tons, total of the 9 sections is over ½ billion tons. Large capacity rail runs nearby with the largest capacity in the country!

Two parcels of 640 acres each,

135 million ton reserve

25ft3 of coal per ton.

Proximate Analysis

Calorific Values (range of means): 7,630 - 10,440 Btu

Moist-mineral matter free Btu (range of means): 8,240 - 10,990

Proximate analysis (range of means %):
ash yield, 2.92 - 12.22;
volatile matter, 27.11 - 38.51;
fixed carbon, 33.18 - 43.79; total
moisture, 17.95 - 32.01

Ultimate analysis (range of means %):
hydrogen, 5.99 - 6.69;
carbon, 47.41 - 61.46;
nitrogen, 0.51 - 1.29;
total sulfur, 0.10 - 1.13;
oxygen, 27.61 - 39.66

Forms of sulfur (range of means %):
sulfate, 0.01 - 0.04;
pyritic, 0.00 - 0.15;
organic, 0.11 - 0.56.

Estimated time frame to get a mining permit: 12 to 18 months of baseline data collection, 12 to 18 months environmental impact study, if required, total 24 to 36 months. It costs $2 per acre per year to keep the leases current.

Posted Apr 16, 2012

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