Peabody advised on sale of coking coal deposit

By Jerome Doraisamy|14 June 2018

Peabody Australia has been advised in relation to its sale of the Wotonga South project to Stanmore Coal.

Firm: Corrs Chambers Westgarth (Peabody Australia); unknown (Stanmore Coal).

Deal: Peabody has agreed to sell the Wotonga South coking coal deposit to Stanmore Coal for $30 million in cash, plus a production-based royalty capped at around $10 million.

Value: $30 million.

Area: Energy, resources and projects.

Key players: The Corrs team was led by partner Bruce Adkins, who was assisted by special counsel Stuart Clague and graduate lawyer Caitlin McPhee.

Deal significance: “I am honoured to have acted for Peabody on their M&A transactions over a number of years, and delighted to have assisted them once again,” Mr Adkins said.

 

Peabody advised on sale of coking coal deposit
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