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January 31, 2013
06:07 EDTLLENL&L Energy says Guizhou expansion ahead of schedule
In November 2012, L&L acquired two newly built mines in the Guizhou Province. The Luozhou and Lashu mines added 34.2 million tons of reserves and, when fully expanded, will add 750,000 tons of annual production to L&L's mining segment. Today the Company is pleased to announce that both new mines are producing ahead of schedule and as a result, L&L expects strong sales and profit for the third quarter ended January 31, 2013. These two mines, along with L&L's Weishe mine, will exceed the one million ton annual production minimum outlined under the Guizhou coal consolidation policy. With a strong and expanding operational base established in Guizhou in both wholesale and mining, L&L's Board has decided to speed up the evaluation of larger coal operations in the Shanxi and Inner Mongolia Provinces located in North China. Having already undergone a consolidation, the remaining mines in Shanxi and Inner Mongolia have larger production capacities and safer operating histories. L&L will be targeting mines with over one million tons of annual capacity.
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April 8, 2014
17:37 EDTLLENL&L Energy to voluntarily delist from the NASDAQ Stock Exchange
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07:30 EDTLLENL&L Energy says Chairman and CEO Dickson Lee resigns for personal reasons
On April 1, Dickson V. Lee, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of L & L Energy notified the company’s Board of Directors that he is resigning his position as CEO and Chairman, effective immediately. Lee resigned for personal reasons and not due to any disagreement with the company. On March 27, the United States Department of Justice unsealed an indictment against Lee. Lee has pleaded not guilty to the charges brought forth against him.

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