L&L Energy Signs Subcontract Agreement for ZoneLin Coal Coking Operations
SEATTLE, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — L&L Energy, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: LLEN) (“L&L”), a U.S. coal operator serving China’s coal market, announced today that it has subcontracted through its subsidiary, L&L Yunnan Tianneng Industry Co., Ltd. (“TNI”), the operations of the ZoneLin Coal Coking (“ZoneLin”) located in Yunnan Province of China.
Under a fixed fee of $1,000,000 for five years the agreement allows TNI to operate ZoneLin’s 150,000-ton annual coking facility, provide the necessary working capital, and collect revenue of the facility. Additionally, TNI is the exclusive provider of advisory and consultancy services to ZoneLin. The coking revenue, profit, or loss will be consolidated in L&L financial statements as a variable interest entity. L&L expects the agreement to generate approximately $28 million revenue per year, based on a $187 price per ton of coke. The agreement covers a period of five years starting from November 1, 2009, and can be extended by mutual consent.
Dickson Lee, CEO of L&L, said: “We’re confident that contracting of ZoneLin will increase our revenue and profits. This new development also extends L&L role of becoming a leader in the region.”
About L&L Energy
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Seattle, L&L (http://www.LLenergyInc.com) focuses on serving the energy market in China. Through its subsidiaries, it operates profitable coal mines, coal wholesale, coking, and coal-washing facilities in Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces.
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