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Simpson Grierson advises Solid Energy on sale of its mines


2 November 2016


Simpson Grierson advises Solid Energy on sale of its mines


Simpson Grierson has advised state owned enterprise Solid Energy New Zealand Limited (Solid Energy) on the sale of its mines to three parties.

Phoenix Coal Limited (a joint venture company between Talley's Group and Bathurst Resources Limited) has purchased the Stockton mine on the West Coast, as well as the Rotowaro and Maramarua mines in the Waikato region.

Meanwhile, Greenbriar has bought the New Vale and Ohai coal mines in Southland, and Birchfield Coal Mines has purchased the Strongman and Liverpool mines on the West Coast.

Simpson Grierson's team was led by partner Kevin Jaffe and included Victoria Anderson, Josh Cairns, Michael Wood, Peter Eady, James Craig and Tara Wylie.

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