Continuous Disclosure

New Zealand state owned enterprises (SOEs) must disclose conditions of material transactions entered into and information that has an impact on their commercial value, as well as providing detailed financial results at the end of each half and full financial year. Solid Energy’s current materiality threshold for disclosure is $25 million.

Statement from Solid Energy re Pike River Mine Video Footage 1 May 2017

Solid Energy confirms that the video footage of Mines Rescue workers setting up a robot in the Pike River drift and the robot travelling 1570 metres up the drift was taken into account by the company’s experts as part of the risk assessment for the mine re-entry. Solid Energy Chief Executive Tony King said the… Read more »

Sale of Solid Energy’s Southland mines to Greenbriar finalised

Settlement has today been reached in the sale of Solid Energy’s Ohai and New Vale mines to Greenbriar. The transaction sees all of the mines’ current employees and operations transferring to the new owner. Chief Executive Tony King said that in the circumstances today’s settlement is an extremely pleasing outcome. “The mines are transferring into… Read more »

Transfer of Solid Energy’s West Coast assets underway in April

Solid Energy has announced that the transfer of permits and other conditions for the West Coast assets purchased by Birchfield Coal Mines Limited have been approved, paving the way for settlement to take place this month. The assets sold to Birchfield, a local West Coast mining business, are: Strongman Mine, Island Block Mine, the Reefton… Read more »