Solid Energy documents

May 21st, 2013 at 2:18 pm by David Farrar

Treasury has just released a mound of documents on . There’s over 100 documents so I’m not going to try and read them all.

I am looking at some around the proposed Natural Resources Ltd. if any readers are bored, feel free to read a few docs, and comment below any interesting aspects of them.

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4 Responses to “Solid Energy documents”

  1. labrator (1,892 comments) says:

    5. Solid Energy’s strategy to manage mine development risk is to underwrite large capital
    expenditure with long-term coal supply contracts. The development of the coal to fuels
    project represents a departure from this strategy.

    So things weren’t looking too sharp in 2006 se-1711647.pdf; para #5

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  2. anonymouse (709 comments) says:

    Solid Energy were smoking crack if they thought the Government in 2010 was going to bankroll them into becoming a “Natural resources” behemoth…..

    They seems to think that the GFC was some far off event that would not have any impact on them, time has shown that they were severely wrong on this crucial point ( as were its impact on the books of the Australian government)

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  3. Johnboy (15,891 comments) says:

    Men that like to shave their heads while viewing themselves in the mirror every morning make very poor CEO’s IMHO! :)

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  4. redqueen (551 comments) says:

    They seriously wanted to go back to the 1970s…How did the Government think these people were in any shape to be privatised? The residual assets might be worth something, but the Company itself seems to be a nonsense if they actually proposed creating a National Resources Company. They should have put on the front page, ‘Think Big 2: Think Bigger’. If they honestly thought the issue was purely capital, rather than silly regulation, they shouldn’t be actually in charge of a major asset.

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