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Balamara Resources Limited (BMB)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

About Us

Balamara's primary objective is to deliver long-term shareholder value by rapidly becoming a mid-tier resource company. The company strives to achieve this through the discovery, acquisition and development of new economic mineral deposits.

The Company seeks to divest its current non-core assets, and focus on its world class Tier One Projects such as Nowa Ruda (coking coal), Mariola (thermal coal) and Sawin (thermal coal) – Poland; whilst remaining one of three finalists in the tender process for the Togo Phosphate Project, West Africa.


Projects

Mariola, Poland

Balamara has acquired an initial 15% interest and signed a Letter of Intent to acquire the remaining 85% ownership in Carbon Investment S.p. z o.o (“CI”), a private Polish company that owns the 13.3km2 Mariola coal concession encompassing the advanced Mariola Thermal Coal Project. Mariola, which is located near the town of Katowice (where Balamara has its Polish office), lies in the heart of the Upper Silesian region – one of the largest coal-producing regions in Europe where most Polish thermal power stations are located to take advantage of nearby coal deposits. The strategic acquisition gives Balamara a unique opportunity to significantly expand its Polish coal portfolio, giving it first-mover advantage in the development of a large, potentially low-cost thermal coal project offering outstanding synergies with its existing Nowa Ruda Coking Coal Project. Mariola has the potential to come on stream approximately 12-18 months ahead of Nowa Ruda, thus diversifying both our production and risk profile and potentially generating substantial earlier cash flows which could help fund the larger Nowa Ruda capital development. Of greater significance is that Mariola is likely to have a considerably lower capital cost compared with Nowa Ruda. Based on preliminary estimates by experienced Polish coal consultants and engineers, we believe it could be as little as one-third of the estimated US$150 million estimated for Nowa Ruda mine development and associated infrastructure.
Current Status

A maiden JORC Resource was completed by experienced European coal experts, Wardell Armstrong International, and announced to the ASX on 15 October 2014. This resource was prepared using existing data from 242 historical drill holes and substantial associated data. Balamara have since mandated Salva Resources (“HDR”) to complete a JORC review and commence a Pre-Feasibility Study (“PFS”). The JORC Rreview is expected to be complete by end of November 2014, with the PFS targeted for February 2015. Balamara believes that the delivery of a strong PFS in particular will underline the value proposition and commercial potential within Mariola Project, which is the Company's anticipated first-mine-into-production, targeting end 2016.

The studies will cover the following areas:

  • Geology, resource and reserve estimation
  • Mining
  • Cost estimation, including operating, logistical and capital costs
  • Financial analysis
  • Geotechnical and hydrology
  • Coal processing
  • Coal quality & marketing
  • On-site and off-site infrastructure
  • Environmental impact study

The Mariola Project is a large thermal coal deposit in the Upper Silesian basin in southern Poland, close to Balamara's country office in Katowice. Historically this region is where the bulk of Poland's thermal coal has been mined and, as a result, most Polish thermal power stations are also located in this area, which provides a significant logistical advantage for the sale of end product into these natural off-takers.

The Project was targeted by Balamara because it offers a number of key advantages, namely:

  1. Size and scale, including a 77 Mt initial JORC resource and the likelihood of further resource inventory.
  2. Advanced status, with work underway to submit an application for a license to mine in 1H 2015. Balamara will commence Pre-Feasibility Study work at Mariola shortly.
  3. Shallow coal seams, with first major coal seam commencing around ~80m below surface.
  4. Location adjacent to an existing, operating thermal power station that has expressed an interest in purchasing Mariola coal.

There are several other factors that make Mariola attractive to Balamara, including:

Previous exploration with over 200 holes drilled historically, delivering considerable data on coal quality as well as quantity and location;

Shallow coal deposit (first major seam around 100m) making Mariola potentially one of the shallowest underground mines in Poland. Most other coal mines are operating at between 500m-1,000m;

Continuous and thick coal seams with shallow dip across the Mariola concession. The average coal thickness within the JORC Resource is over 2.5 meters

Expected low CAPEX and operating costs from shallow mining and favourable ground conditions, based on detailed mine planning underway by Carbon Investment;

An existing, operating thermal power station less than 2km from the concession border, with a requirement for similar coal to that prevalent within Mariola; and

The advanced nature of the environmental and other studies necessary for submission of application for license to mine in 1H 2015.

Balamara believes that Mariola provides a potentially low-cost, low-risk opportunity for the Company to make the transition to production earlier than previously anticipated through the development of its Nowa Ruda Coking Coal Project. Cash flow generated by Mariola would then assist in bringing the higher margin Nowa Ruda coking coal mine into production thereafter, following successful feasibility studies, licensing and development.

Nowa Ruda, Poland

nowa ruda map1In July 2013 Balamara was awarded the exclusive rights to a world-scale coking coal project in south-western Poland which comprises a previously developed underground mine with historical production over several decades of around 1Mtpa of high quality coking coal.

The Government of Poland has awarded the rights to explore and develop the Nowa Ruda Coal Project to Balamara's 100%-owned Polish subsidiary company, Coal Holding Sp z.o.o., providing an exciting opportunity for the Company to reposition itself as a significant mid-tier player in the international coal industry. Mr Andrzej Zibrow, an experienced Polish mining executive has been appointed as Chief Executive of Coal Holding Sp z.o.o, with responsibility for managing all corporate, technical and operational aspects of delivering the Nowa Ruda Coking Coal Project within Poland.

Drilling is underway to deliver an updated JORC standard Mineral Resource/Ore Reserve, whilst a Pre-Feasibility Study is being prepared simultaneously; with the aim of bringing the mine back into production as soon as possible.

The Nowa Ruda Project is located in the Central Sudeten range within the Lower Silesian Coal Basin, close to the Czech Republic border. It consists of a single lease area covering two large, adjacent coal deposits – known as the Waclaw and Piast deposits. The project covers a surface land area of approximately 20sqkm and extensive key infrastructure including roads, rail, power and water is in place in this area

History of Mining

Coal mining has been conducted in the Lower Silesian Basin since 1771, making this one of the oldest coal producing regions in Poland, typically averaging 0.25-0.5Mt (million tonnes) coking coal per annum prior to 1945. Post 1945 production increased significantly and around 1980-1995 production peaked at an average 1.0-1.2Mtpa.

Seam thickness ranges up to 2.75m at the Waclaw Deposit and up to 7.0m at the Piast Deposit.

Over the two decades up until closure the mine (1995) Nowa Ruda produced approximately 1Mtpa of coking coal and over 90% of this coal was sold into local coke plants, with the majority being sold into the Walbrzych plant, located only 40kms away and linked by rail. This gives Balamara further confidence that the end-product may be acceptable to local coke plant requirements.

Current Status

A seven hole (6,800m) confirmatory drilling programme is currently underway at Nowa Ruda, with the first two holes at Waclaw (CHW-1 & CHW-2) confirming a high quality coal. Refer to ASX announcement on 6 November 2014. Of the remaining five holes, four are currently in progress, and are expected to be complete during Q1 2015.

Sawin, Poland

The Sawin tenement area covers an area of 132km2 in the Lublin Basin, immediately adjacent to the concessions owned by Australian-listed coal developer Prairie Mining Limited and near to the world-class thermal coal mine operated by listed Polish mining company Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka SA ("Bogdanka"). Balamara applied for the Sawin Concession in 2013, not long after the Company secured its first Polish coal asset, the Nowa Ruda Coking Coal Project. The Company has now been awarded the exploration rights for Sawin, enabling it to conduct drilling for a maximum of 4,750m within five holes over a period of 3.5 years.

An estimated 1.387 billion tonnes* of thermal coal occurs within Sawin North and is part of a larger 2.243 billion tonnes within the overall, historical Sawin concession area. These estimates are reported as Foreign Estimates under ASX listing rules 5.10 and 5.12. All coal has been classified as category C2 under the Polish system of classifying reserves and resources.

Location

The Sawin Project is located near the operating thermal coal mine owned by Polish-listed company Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka S.A. ("Bogdanka"), which is currently the only operating coal mine in the region. Bogdanka coal is considered as high quality thermal coal with an average calorific value of 6,202kcal/kg; ash content of 8.4% and sulphur content 1.11%.


Poland Operations - Bogdan

Located in the Lower Silesia region of South-Western Poland, Bogdan is a tenement of approximately 42 square kilometers bordering the significant area of established copper/silver mines owned and operated by KGHM Polska Miedz, one of the largest copper producers in Europe.

In September 2011, Balamara acquired an 85 % ownership in "Polmetal" a local polish company holding the Bogdan tenement in accordance with an investment agreement. The acquisition costs are as follows:

  • USD100,000 payable upon completion of a USD300,000 drill program. (Completed April 2012)
  • USD 400,000 payable 12 months from the first payment.
  • USD 800,000 payable 36 months from the second payment.

As these payments are at Balamaras' discretion and 75% of the initial costs to be spent on exploration, this makes Bogdan a low-entry cost asset with significant upside potential, two of the main criteria chosen by Balamara in assessing new resource projects.

Historically this area sits in a region that has produced over 20 million tonnes of copper over the past 40 years, most of it produced by KGHM. The area is defined by a large fault system that runs south-east and a vast tabular mineralised zone is associated with this fault, covering an area of some 200-300 square kilometres. KGHM have developed a mature, end-to-end mining and smelting operation in this region since the 1960's that has built it into one of the largest listed companies on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

KGHM has resources reported at 1.16 billion tonnes grading 2.08% Cu and 59g/t Ag for a total of 24.1 million tonnes of copper and 63,740 tonnes of silver. KGHM produced over 550,000 tonnes of copper and over 1,400 tonnes of silver in 2011 for a reported operating profit of US$3.7 billion.

Current Status

Balamara has recently released announced an exploration target size for the project, in accordance with JORC. The Company plans to divest this Project in such a way so that it can keep an interest in the Project, however have a third party funding the activities.

Peelwood, NSW, Australia

Copper - Zinc Project

Balamara Resources Limited is 100% owner of the six exploration licences (EL's) located in the Lachlan Fold Belt of eastern New South Wales, Australia.

The six exploration licenses are:

  • EL2934 – Peelwood North
  • EL2934 – Peelwood South
  • EL6082 – Junction Point
  • EL6767 – Elsienora
  • EL6831 – Black Springs
  • EL6955 – Mount Costigan

All tenements form a contiguous package that is located from around 50-80 kilometres (km) south of the City of Bathurst in eastern New South Wales.

Balamara's main asset at Peelwood is the Peelwood North deposit (formerly known as John Fardy).

In addition, the Peelwood Copper-Zinc project has several historical mines and prospects with zinc-rich volcanic-hosed sulphide-style mineralization. Each of these old mines or prospects has the potential for similar style of mineralization to that at Peelwood North deposits.

History

The Peelwood mine operated continuously form approximately 1870 to 1879 as mainly a silver, copper and lead producer. Production between 1879 and 1895 was intermittent except for three years up to 1889 when zinc was also produced.

The Peelwood mine is on the same line as the Peelwood North deposit although ore is not continuous between the two.

Other early metal mines operating in the locality, at the end of the 1800s include the Cordillera and Mount Costigan mines which also produced silver, lead and copper, although on a smaller scale to the Peelwood mine.

About Peelwood

The Peelwood North deposit is at Peelwood located approximately 50 kms north of Crookwell and 75 kms south of Bathurst, NSW, in the Upper Lachlan Shire.

The site is accessed from the Peelwood Road at Peelwood. Peelwood Road is a public road managed by the Upper Lachlan Shire. Peelwood is in the Lachlan Catchment Management Area.

Peelwood is in a rural area, distant from any occupied townsite. The surrounding land is either cleared for farming purposes or vegetated with native vegetation that is accessed for grazing.

The landscape is gentle to steeply sloping dissected by creek lines which are mostly intermittent. Dams have been constructed on many of the creeks to catch runoff for stock watering purposes. Peelwood Road follows the Peelwood Valley which has the Peelwood creek at its base. Peelwood Creek flows north eventually connecting with the Abercrombie River. The minesite area drains to the east into the Peelwood

Creek Current Status

On the 18th of January 2011, Balamara announced that the Peelwood Metallurgical recovery test work exceeded expected recoveries and will result in higher metal production at no additional cost and the metallurgical test work also confirmed that saleable concentrates were achievable. Soon after, on the 15th of March 2011, the Peelwood North Mine Water Study conducted by RPS Aquatera concluded that all water required for ore processing can be secured by harvesting surface water runoff which would be done by constructing a 180ML-250ML storage dam.

Elsienora , NSW, Australia

The Elsienora Project lies mainly within EL6767 and covers an area 37km2. It is contiguous with and immediately to the south of EL6082 and contains the extensions of the historical Elsienora prospects. The geology consists of Ordovician sediments, volcanic and intrusive in addition to the Late Silurian and Early Devonian sediments and volcanics of the Peelwood area.

Previous Exploration and Mining

The Elsienora Lode was discovered in the 1860's, when many gold prospectors were active in the Junction Point-Tuena area. Most of the mining was carried out between 1890 and 1911, when a number of small shafts, drives and adits were sunk along the main lode and on adjacent quartz reefs and gossans. Modern exploration was conducted in the early 1970's, mostly by Planet Metals. There has been little recent activity.

Current Status

In mid-2011 Balamara conducted a shallow drilling programme at Elsienora to determine whether gold and base metal mineralisation similar to the large-scale McPhillamy's deposit, located 50km to the north, is present on this tenement. McPhillamy's is a joint venture between Newmont and Alkane Resources and has a stated resource (2012) of 3 million ounces of gold and 60,000 tonnes of copper.

This initial programme confirmed the presence of both gold and zinc mineralisation at Elsienora and, particularly, strong similarities in the structures between Elsienora and McPhillamy's. These results gave the Company the confidence to continue with further exploration to focus on potential targets for resource development.

Balamara's drilling programme confirmed very strong geological similarities between the Elsienora prospect and McPhillamy's. This drilling combined with historical drilling has outlined a consistent zone of 0.2% Zn that is 500 meters long and up to 100 meters wide, and it is open to the north and at depth.

The anomalous gold values are more restricted but occur within the zone of 0.2% Zn.

At McPhillamy's there is a very strong vertical zonation with low grade zinc and anomalous gold nearer the surface and higher grade gold with minimal zinc at depth. The deeper mineralization occurs from 100-200 meters vertical below the near-surface mineralization.

In late 2011 Balamara conducted a further diamond drilling programme at Elsienora to follow up on this initial programme and to test these structures with three diamond drill holes at depths of between 200-400 meters.

On 17th February 2012, Balamara announced that the deep drilling at Elsienora, NSW, indicated a potential for a large-scale gold system. Strongly anomalous gold and zinc results have returned in all holes from the recent deep diamond drilling program of 3 holes, 1378m, at Elsienora, NSW. The drilling was designed to test for the presence of a large-scale McPhillamy's-style gold system and the results include a significant intercept of 21m @ 0.89g/t Au from 207m, including 1m @ 14.7g/t Au, 1.48% Zn and 22g/t Ag from 215m. There is also a potential high-grade gold targets which were identified for the follow-up drilling.

Balamara remains confident that Elsienora may ultimately be developed into a commercial project, and this will require further exploration drilling on this tenement to develop the asset.

In conjunction with the nearby Peelwood Project, Elsienora provides the Company with a package of one developed and near-to production asset together with one early exploration asset with considerable upside potential.


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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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ProjDPS ProjDPSH ProjDPSL ProjDPSNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
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Analyst Footnotes

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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

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Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Target Price

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Contact Info

Balamara Resources Limited

Level 1
350 Hay Street
Subiaco , WA
Australia, 6008

Phone: +61 8 6365 4519
Fax: +61 8 9388 6040
Email: enquiries@balamara.com.au
Website: http://www.balamara.com.au

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