PT Bumi Resources Tbk
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) Exits Indonesian Joint Venture to Focus On Queensland and Gains Schramm Rig
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) has exited its Indonesian joint venture, enabling the Company to focus exclusively on its Meridian SeamGas and Bowen and Galilee Basin projects in Queensland.
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) releases an operational report.
Pan Asia Corporation Limited (ASX:PZC) are very pleased to announce the maiden resource statement, reported in accordance with the JORC Code, for the TCM Coal Project located in South Kalimantan, Indonesia.
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) Quarterly Activities Report For The Period Ending 31 March 2010
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) is pleased to provide a Quarterly Activities Report for the period ending 31 March 2010.
Your Directors present their report on the Consolidated Entity (referred to hereafter as the Group) consisting of WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) Half Yearly Accounts and the entities it controlled at the end of, or during, the half-year ended 31 December 2009.
Pan Asia Corporation Ltd (ASX:PZC) Drilling At Indonesian TCM Project Continues To Intersect High Quality Coal
Pan Asia Corporation Ltd (ASX:PZC) are very pleased to provide the following update on drilling activities at the TCM Coal Project located in south Kalimantan, Indonesia. Drilling activities are currently focussing on the southern part of the TCM concession and immediately adjacent to the 2Mtpa ATA open pit mine operated by PT Arutmin Indonesia (part of PT Bumi Resources Tbk Group). The ATA mine typically produces a highquality thermal coal with high calorific values, moderate sulphur and low ash. The TCM drill program is targeting the down-dip position of the seams currently being mined in the ATA pit with the intention of building sufficient resources to justify the development of a mining operation.
WestSide Corporation Limited (ASX:WCL) is pleased to provide the Quarterly Activities Report for the period ended 31 December 2009.
Asian markets mostly opened higher this morning, but reversed early gains after profit taking selling. Tokyo market fell in a choppy trade despite a positive support from Wall Street. This is largely due to a stronger yen and worries over some corporate financing plans. Korean market was down as foreign investors continued to offload Seoul stocks.
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