L&L Signs Sales Agreement with Large Utility Company
Recent contracts expected to generate over $50 million in new revenues for L&L
SEATTLE, April 11, 2012. L & L Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: LLEN) (“L&L” or the “Company”), a U.S.-based company since 1995 with
coal mining and distribution businesses in China, has signed a long-term sales contract with Guodian Yongfu Power Generation Co.,
Ltd. (“Yongfu Power”), a large utility company located in Guangxi Province.
Under the agreement, L&L will provide 20,000 tons of thermal coal per month over the next eight months to Yongfu Power. The
contract can be extended after the initial eight months. The average sales price under the agreement will be approximately $120 per
ton, which is anticipated to generate approximately $19 million in revenues.
Yongfu Power is a wholly owned subsidiary of China Guodian Corporation (“Guodian”), a Global Fortune 500 corporation and one of
the five largest power producing companies in China. Guodian owns over 180 power plants covering 31 provinces. In 2011, Guodian’s
total assets exceeded $100 billion.
This is the second sales agreement that L&L has secured in the past two weeks, totaling 400,000 tons of coal and over $50 million in
new revenues. Under the previously announced first agreement executed on April 4, 2012, L&L’s DaXing subsidiary will supply 20,000
tons of coal per month for the next 12 months to Datang International Power Generation Co., Ltd. (“Datang”). Both Datang and
Guodian are among China’s top five power producers.
Dickson Lee, Chairman and CEO of L&L, stated, “I am very pleased with the progress our team has accomplished in recent weeks,
adding two large wholesale supply contracts. Guodian Corporation is a giant in power generation and clean energy in China. We look
forward to growing our relationship and exploring additional projects with them in the future.”
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