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New World Resources Plc Earnings Call (Q2 2014)
Thu, Aug 21, 2014, 5:00 am Eastern

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About New World Resources Plc (LSE:NWR.L)
New World Resources Plc, through its subsidiaries, produces coking and thermal coal for the steel and energy sectors in Central Europe. The company holds hard coal reserves covering a total area of approximately 120 square kilometers situated in 8 mining areas in the Karvina and Ostrava regions of the Upper Silesian basin; and 2 development projects in southern Poland of Debiensko and Morcinek. The company offers coking coal for steel production; sells thermal coal to regional utilities with coal fired power stations, and industrial users; and supplies foundry and blast furnace coke to steel customers. As of December 31, 2013, it had 64 million tonnes of hard coal reserves. New World Resources Plc has operations in the Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Poland, Sweden, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Hungary, and internationally. The company is headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. New World Resources Plc is a subsidiary of BXR Group Limited.

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