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  1. Anglo Coal Australia

  2. Group Structure

  3. Anglo Coal Australia • Australia’s third largest coal producer • Investment in Australia totals USD 1.3bn • Plans to invest a further USD 400m on Australian mine development over thenext 5years • Australia is essential to Anglo Coal’s long-term growth

  4. Major Australian Producers

  5. 2001 Performance – On Target • Overall stretch target achieved in first full year • All business units “On Target” or better • Operating profit USD 173m and above plan, ROCE 19% • Strong cash flow • Unit cost and production on target • Achieved sustainable cost savings of USD 12m in 2001

  6. Products & Markets • Sold over 29 Mt of coal in 2001 • Diverse product range • Strategy is to double managed production by 2007

  7. Thermal Coal Demand South Asia Pacific Americas Other Europe EC

  8. Metallurgical Coal Demand South Asia Pacific Americas Other Europe EC

  9. Anglo Coal Australia – Core Strategies • One Team – One Business • Skilled workforce • Continuous improvement • Growth • Australian opportunities • Indo-Pacific expansion

  10. In the Community • Responsible corporate citizen • Sponsor of Queensland Community Fund • Sponsor of Camp Quality • Providing scholarships & training • Industry leader in safety

  11. Leader in Safety Industry Comparison – LTIFR 2000/2001 (per million hours)

  12. LTIFR – Qld & NSW Underground Mines 2000-2001

  13. LTIFR – Qld & NSW Open Cut Mines 2000-2001

  14. Callide

  15. Capcoal (German Creek)

  16. Capcoal (cont’d) • Produces 5 Mtpa hard coking coal • Two underground mines and one open cut mine • German Creek employs 758 people • All coal is exported to steel companies • The new Grasstree Mine to extend mining life

  17. Moranbah

  18. Moranbah (cont’d) • Produces 5 Mtpa hard coking coal • Coal is exported to various steel manufacturers in Asia • One of Australia’s most productive underground longwall mines • Moranbah employs 448 people

  19. Jellinbah

  20. Moura

  21. Dartbrook

  22. Dartbrook (cont’d) • Produces approx 3.4 Mtpa of thermal coal • All coal is exported to Asia • Low sulphur product • Dartbrook employs 293 people • Kayuga seam project extends mine life

  23. Drayton

  24. Drayton (cont’d) • Mine produces approx 5 Mtpa of thermal coal • Dragline and truck & shovel mining • Export – approx 3 Mtpa • Domestic – approx 2 Mtpa • Drayton employs 264 people • Saddlers Creek identified as replacement reserve

  25. Forecast Production - 2002 Mine Saleable Production (100% Mt) Type Anglo Share Callide Thermal 10.7 100% Capcoal 5.3 Metallurgical 70% Drayton 5.0 Thermal 88% Dartbrook 3.2 Thermal 77% Moranbah 5.1 Metallurgical 88% Moura 6.0 Thermal & Met 51% Jellinbah 3.7 PCI 23% TOTAL 39.0

  26. Improving our Competitiveness • Competitive position is a key success factor • Continuous improvement philosophy • Internal and external benchmarking studies • External learning • Acquire long life operations with low cost structures

  27. Dragline Benchmarking • Detailed comparative data analysis prepared with external consultants • Analysis highlighted large potential for improvement in dragline productivity • Target improvement areas identified for each dragline

  28. Dragline Productivity Improving

  29. Longwall Production - 2001 Moranbah GC Southern Dartbrook GC Central

  30. Coal Reserves and Development • ACA has mining plans across reserves totalling almost 800 Mt • Many sites still have extensive areas that have not been fully explored • Confident that reserves will grow significantly as the exploration program is intensified

  31. Qld Reserve Areas – Northern Bowen Basin

  32. Qld Reserve Areas – Southern Bowen Basin

  33. New South Wales Coal Reserve Areas

  34. Future Directions • ACA and Mitsui joint ventures • Dawson Valley projects • China • Indonesia

  35. Conclusion • Anglo Coal is committed to achieving its key strategic goals of: • Growth • Continuous, sustainable improvement • Maintaining its leading position in safety • Investment in Indo-Pacific