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Lontoh Coal Ltd is a small unlisted South African company seeking to develop coal mines in South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Lontoh Coal's projects include:
- the Hlobane View Colliery. The company, which has a 100% interest in the proposed project, states that it has "an estimated 6.3 Mt of coking reserves. First production is scheduled to commence during May 2010 with 1.2 Mt per annum production estimated from 2011 to 2014 and 1.8 Mt per annum estimated for 5 years thereafter."
- the Lubimbi coal mine: the company states that it has "acquired 51% in Liberation Mining’s Lubimbi Project which the company claims has an indicated resource of resource of 1 245 billion tonnes opencast, high quality thermal and coking coal deposits in the Lubimbi coalfields, approximately 245km north of Bulawayo".
The company also states that it has other unspecified "thermal coal deposits in the Entuba/Lubimbi coalfields of Zimbabwe."
2nd Floor West Tower Nelson Mandela Square
Maude Street, Sandton
Telephone +27 11 881-5659 or +27 82 965-7131
Fax 011 881-5611
eMail tshepo AT lontohcoal.com
Articles and resources
- Lontoh Coal, "The introduction of LontohCoal Limited", Media Release, May 20, 2010.
Related SourceWatch articles
- "Lubimbi coal project among the biggest", The Standard, June 5, 2010.