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January 18, 2013
12:53 EDTCLDCloud Peak Energy says unit received imminent danger order on January 15
On January 15, during a routine inspection by the Mine Safety and Health Administration, Antelope Coal LLC, a subsidiary of both Cloud Peak Energy Inc. and of Cloud Peak Energy Resources LLC, received an imminent danger order under section 107(a) of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 at the Antelope mine in Converse County, Wyoming based on an electrical short circuit and resulting arc on an outside pole transformer. Mine personnel immediately took corrective action by isolating the transformer bank, shutting off power to the transformer and arranging for the replacement of the transformer and other appropriate electrical repair work. The repair work is pending completion, and power will remain shut off to the impacted transformer until that time. We expect the order will be terminated upon completion of the repair work.The condition cited in the order referred to above did not result in an accident or injury and did not have a material adverse impact on the Antelope mine’s operations.
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09:11 EDTCLDAmbre Energy completes purchase of Decker mine interest from Cloud Peak
Cloud Peak Energy and Ambre Energy Limited announced that on September 12, their companies completed the previously announced transaction for Ambre Energy to purchase Cloud Peak Energy’s 50% interest in the Decker mine in Montana and related assets and assume all reclamation and other liabilities. Ambre Energy is now the 100% owner of the Decker mine and has fully replaced Cloud Peak Energy’s approximately $66.7M in previously outstanding reclamation and lease bonds for the Decker mine. Ambre Energy has also granted Cloud Peak Energy an option for up to 7 million metric tonnes per year of its throughput capacity at the proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal export facility, as previously disclosed in the companies’ September 4 joint press release.

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