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17-Sep-2018
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations for the year increased to AUD218 000 (2017: AUD182 000), loss from continuing operations widened to AUD10.3 million (2017: loss of AUD2 million), while headline loss per share increased to AUD1.8 cents per share (2017: headline loss of AUD0.3 cents per share).



Dividends

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial year (2017: nil).



Events occurring after the reporting period

The Company agreed a further extension of the Facility Agreement of 3 March 2014 (Facility), under which Noble Resources International Pte Ltd. will make available additional funds of up to AUD3.4 million (USD2.5 million) to the Company's subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. to fund operations whilst project funding is secured. The total Facility made available to the Company is now AUD50.3 million (USD37.2 million).



The additional funds are to be made available on the same terms as the existing Facility and can be drawn in monthly tranches over the period to 31 October 2018. The date of commencement of loan repayments was also deferred from 1 August 2018 to 1 November 2018 with a termination date of 31 March 2025.



The Group has received in principle support from Noble (subject to satisfaction of conditions precedent) in respect of a request for a further extension of the Facility amounting to USD4.7m along with a deferral of loan repayments that are currently due to commence on 1 November 2018 to 1 April 2019.



The Company has executed three separate contracts with Sedgman (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd. and Sedgman (Pty) Ltd. for the Boikarabelo Coal Mine relating to (i) the engineering design, construction and commissioning of the CHPP; (ii) the operations and maintenance for the CHPP; and (iii) the construction of ancillary works relating to the infrastructure of the mine.
13-Sep-2018
(Official Notice)
Resgen would like to provide an update on the funding status of its Boikarabelo Coal Mine in the Waterberg, South Africa (Project). In the last market update covering the status of Project (ASX Release: 20 August 2018) the Company advised that it was pursuing a tandem approach to finding a funding solution. This approach involved:

1. Continuing to engage with the proposed lending syndicate (Syndicate) and more specifically the Lender delaying its credit committee approval processes due to a broad-based internal review of the organisation?s ESG investment criteria; and

2. Subject to due diligence, to structure involvement by a third party as a substitute funder in the Syndicate or as a complementary participant in the Syndicate



The Company has now received a commitment from the Lender referred to in 1 above to table the funding proposal prepared by the Deal Team for credit committee approval and, if secured, final Lender Board approval by the end of October 2018. Consequently, the Board has agreed to prioritise this funding route and dedicate all time and resources to securing a favourable outcome.



Engagement and due diligence planning occurred during August 2018 with the interested third party funder referred to in 2 above. This process continues to be progressed on a basis that considers the priority now agreed to achieving an end of October outcome with the Syndicate.
20-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Resgen (company) provided an update on the funding status of its Boikarabelo Coal Mine in the Waterberg, South Africa.



In the latest Quarterly Activities Report (ASX Release: 31 July 2018) the company advised that there had been an unexpected delay in securing the credit approval from one of the members of the proposed lending syndicate (Syndicate). The company was informed by the Lender?s Deal Team that the delay related to a broad-based internal review of the Lender organisation?s ESG investment criteria. Actions agreed by Resgen?s Board at the time were to intensify engagement with this Lender given the advanced status of the submission and at the same time to trigger a contingency plan based on interest that had been expressed by third parties.



Engagement with this Lender continues and the company remains focused on working with the Syndicate to achieve final approvals as soon as practically possible. However, the uncertainty associated with having no control over the timeframes makes it imperative for the Board to explore interest expressed by third parties. Early indications are that it may be possible, subject to due diligence, to structure involvement by a third party as a substitute funder in the Syndicate or as a complementary participant in the Syndicate



The company plans to continue pursuing a tandem approach to finding a funding solution but would like to flag that further delays are now likely, particularly where due diligence activities associated with a potential new participant need to be accommodated.
01-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd. has agreed a further extension of the Facility Agreement of 3 March 2014 (Facility), under which Noble Resources International Pte Ltd. will make available additional funds of up to USD2.5m to the Company's subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. (LCL) to fund operations whilst project funding is secured. The total Facility made available to the Company is now USD37.2 million.



The additional funds are to be made available on the same terms as the existing Facility and can be drawn in monthly tranches over the period to 31 October 2018.



Key terms associated with the extension of the Facility include:

*The additional funds together with the existing Facility of USD34.7 million (see ASX Announcements: 14 March 2017, 7 December 2017 and 29 March 2018) are unsecured and subject to a parent company guarantee of LCL?s obligations under the agreement;

*The funding to be provided in monthly instalments over the period August to October 2018;

*Interest accrues at 10.75% pa and can be capitalised on a six-monthly basis unless the borrower elects otherwise to pay such interest; and

*The initial Facility of USD20 million is now repayable in instalments commencing from 1 November 2018 (previously 1 August 2018) with a termination date of 31 March 2025, however the additional funds made available under the extension of the Facility (USD17.2m) are repayable from the proceeds of the first drawdown of any facility agreement for any project financing for the Project.
01-Aug-2018
(Official Notice)
Contracts Executed for Boikarabelo Coal Mine Coal Handling and Preparation Plant (CHPP), Operations and Maintenance and Ancillary Works

*EPC contract for the design, procurement, construction and commissioning of CHPP

*EPC contract for operations and maintenance of CHPP

*EPC Ancillary Works contract



Following the execution of a Heads of Agreement and Letter of Intent (ASX Announcement: 6 May 2016) and subsequent progress reports referred to in earlier announcements, the operating subsidiary of Resource Generation Ltd., Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. (LCL), has now executed three separate contracts with Sedgman (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd. and Sedgman (Pty) Ltd. (collectively Sedgman) for the Boikarabelo Coal Mine relating to the following:

*The engineering design, construction and commissioning of the CHPP

*The operations and maintenance for the CHPP; and

*The construction of ancillary works relating to the infrastructure of the mine



Under the provisions of the CHPP contract, Sedgman will design, procure, construct and commission the CHPP for the processing of 15 million tons of raw coal per annum. Under the provisions of the Operations and Maintenance contract, Sedgman will operate and maintain the CHPP for 4 years post commissioning subject to strict performance criteria. Under the Ancillary Works contract, Sedgman will undertake construction of infrastructure associated with the CHPP and additional infrastructure including buildings, piping, electrical, water and drainage during the mine development phase.



The value of the engineering design, construction and commissioning of the CHPP plant and the construction of the ancillary works infrastructure contracts is USD210 million and subject to exchange rate fluctuations and conditions precedent normal in contracts of this nature including

30-Jul-2018
(Official Notice)
04-Jun-2018
(Official Notice)
Further to the ASX announcement to shareholders dated 16 April 2018 with regard to the execution of a Bilateral Senior Loan Facility between the IDC and Ledjadja Coal, and the follow-up advisory dated 10 May 2018, Resgen advises that it is continuing to progress the development of measures to address the previously disclosed concerns raised by one of the lenders.



Management, with the support of the board, is working through mitigation and response options to ensure that the proposal delivered to the lender will be sufficient to support completion of their credit approval process.



While satisfactory progress is being made, and a meeting with the lender is contemplated within the next fortnight, the board will not be publishing further key dates relating to the credit approval process at this time.



The board remains committed, however, to keep the market informed in accordance with its continuous disclosure obligations.



During early June 2018, the company plans to table a submission with Noble covering a request to provide additional funding for the anticipated working capital shortfall requirement arising from the delay.
10-May-2018
(Official Notice)
30-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd. is currently developing the Boikarabelo Coal Mine (?the mine?) in South Africa?s Waterberg region. The Waterberg accounts for around 40% of the country?s currently known coal resources. The Coal Resources and Coal Reserves for the Boikarabelo Coal Mine, held through the Company?s operating subsidiary Ledjadja Coal, were updated in 2016 based upon a new mine plan and execution strategy. The Boikarabelo Coal Resources total 995Mt and the Coal Reserves total 267Mt applying the JORC Code 2012 (ASX Announcement 23 January 2017 - In accordance with Listing Rule 5.23.2 the Company confirms that it is not aware of any new information that would impact on the reported Coal Resources and Coal Reserves). Stage 1 of the mine development targets saleable coal production of 6 million tonnes per annum. Ledjadja Coal is a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) subsidiary operating under South Africa?s Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act, Section 9(5): Codes of Good Practice.



Resgen?s primary shareholders are the Public Investment Corporation of South Africa (PIC), Noble Group and Altius Investment Holdings.



Project Funding

During the quarter there was continued progress in relation to securing credit approvals from the proposed funding syndicate for the development of the mine (Funders) (ASX Announcements: 8 March and 29 March 2018). The Company is working closely with all Funders to ensure that requested information is available for the respective credit approval processes.



The board meeting to consider a recommendation to shareholders regarding the Funders? credit approved term sheets has had to be delayed to 1 June 2018 due to a minor slippage in one of the approval processes and to allow time to address feedback from these approvals. The Company will keep the market updated on progress, in accordance with its continuous disclosure requirements, in the lead up to this meeting.



Following the end of the quarter (ASX Announcement: 16 April 2018), the Company advised that the Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd. (IDC) is the first of these Funders to approve the proposed funding and a Bilateral Senior Loan Facility Agreement (Facility Agreement) has been executed with the Company?s subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd., to confirm the IDC?s commitment to the Project.
16-Apr-2018
(Official Notice)
29-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Resgen (company) provided the following market update.



Extension of the Facility Agreement

The company has agreed a further extension of the Facility Agreement of 3 March 2014 (Facility), under which Noble Resources International Pte Ltd (Lender) will make available additional funds of up to US$2.5m to the company's subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal Pty Ltd (LCL) to fund operations whilst project funding is secured. The total Facility made available to the company is now US$34.7m.



The additional funds are to be made available on the same terms as the existing Facility and can be drawn in monthly tranches over the period to 31 July 2018.



Key terms associated with the extension of the Facility include:

* The additional funds together with the existing fully drawn Facility of US$32.2m (see ASX Announcements 14 March 2017 and 7 December 2017) are unsecured and subject to a parent company guarantee of LCL?s obligations under the agreement;

* The funding to be provided in monthly instalments over the period May to July 2018;

* Interest accrues at 10.75% pa and can be capitalised on a six-monthly basis unless the borrower elects otherwise to pay such interest; and

* The initial Facility of US$20m is now repayable in instalments commencing from 1 August 2018 (previously 1 April 2018) with a termination date of 31 December 2024, however the additional funds made available under the extension of the Facility (US$14.7m) are repayable from the proceeds of the first drawdown of any facility agreement for any project financing for the Project.



Mine Development Funding

As outlined in the Market Update of 3 March 2018, the proposed funding syndicate for the development of the mine (Funders) has commenced their various credit approval processes with the final approval to be advised in the first week of April 2018.



Whilst the company has been informed that two of the parties continue to make progress in accordance with the original approval timeline, the third funding party has advised that their credit process will only be concluded by the end of April 2018. The company continues to work closely with all Funders to ensure that the credit approval process is completed as soon as possible.



The board meeting to consider a recommendation to Shareholders regarding the Funders? credit approved term sheets will therefore be re-scheduled to 10 May 2018.
16-Mar-2018
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations tumbled to AUD179 000 (AUD315 000). Loss attributable to owners improved to AUD1.188 million (AUD1.228 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share remained unchanged at AUD0.21cps (AUD0.21cps).



Dividend

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial half year (nil).
08-Mar-2018
(Official Notice)
Resgen (company) provided the following market update.



Mine Development Funding

The activities associated with the funding of the mine development continue to make progress, although slower than the expectations indicated by Management in the November 2017 update. In particular, numerous hurdles have been cleared with the various proposed Lenders? internal credit approval processes and the proposed Lenders have now notified the company of specific dates on which they expect to have received their respective full Credit Committee and board approvals for the funding package. The last of these is scheduled to be received by the company during the first week in April 2018. On the basis of this information the board is currently scheduled to meet on Wednesday 11 April 2018 to consider a recommendation to Shareholders regarding the Lenders? credit approved term sheets. The board will be assisted in its deliberations by a management recommendation and by advice from the company?s corporate finance advisers. As a further positive sign in progressing the mine development funding proposal, some of the proposed Lenders have requested that the company enter into bi-lateral loan agreements before 31 March 2018. These agreements would remain conditional upon various conditions precedent being satisfied including final shareholder approval to be sought at an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM).



Based on the timing notified by the proposed Lenders, the company is now targeting the Shareholders EGM towards the end of June 2018.
25-Jan-2018
(Official Notice)
11-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
07-Dec-2017
(Official Notice)
The Company has signed a further extension of the Facility Agreement of 3 March 2014 (Facility), under which Noble Resources International Pte Ltd (Lender) has agreed to make available additional funds of up to USD3.8M to the Company's subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal Pty Ltd (LCL) to fund the operations and development of the Boikarabelo mine project being undertaken in South Africa (Project) whilst project funding is secured. The total Facility made available to the Company is now USD32.2m. The additional funds are to be made available on the same terms as the existing Facility and can be drawn in monthly tranches over the period to 31 March 2018.



Key terms associated with the extension of the Facility include:

*The additional funds together with the existing fully drawn Facility of USD28.4m (see ASX Announcement 14 March 2017) are unsecured and subject to a parent company guarantee of LCL?s obligations under the agreement;

* Interest accrues at 10.75% pa and can be capitalised on a six-monthly basis unless the borrower elects otherwise to pay such interest; and

*The initial Facility of USD20m is repayable in instalments commencing from 30 April 2018 with a termination date of 10 September 2024, however the additional funds made available under the extension of the Facility (USD12.2m) are repayable from the proceeds of the first drawdown of any facility agreement for any project financing for the Project.



The Company continues to pursue project funding as previously advised to the market and will keep the market updated on progress.

23-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Resgen advised that at the Annual General Meeting held on 22 November 2017, all the resolutions were passed.
23-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced the appointment of Mr Peter Watson as a non- executive director of the Company.
22-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the CEO presentation at the 2017 AGM for the Company has now been lodged on the website at www.resgen.com.au.
15-Nov-2017
(Official Notice)
In each of a Shareholder Update released on 25 August 2017 and the Quarterly Activities Report released on 25 October 2017, reference was made to an alternative funding proposal ? and to an expectation that the relevant lenders? credit approval processes and signed terms sheets would be concluded by (initially) end September/early October 2017 and (then subsequently) late October/early November 2017.



The Company can now confirm that the proposed facility under negotiation is intended to provide the total funds required to complete the construction of the mine to the point of commissioning, but does not include the costs of constructing the rail link or the costs of ramp-up to full production of coal.



Those proposed lenders have completed their due diligence investigations of the Project and the Company, and are currently engaged in their respective internal credit approval processes. Once those credit approvals have been obtained, the parties propose to execute terms sheets recording the principal terms of the proposed funding. The terms sheets have been drafted based on negotiations between the proposed lenders and the Company. Although the credit approval processes are on-going, at this stage the Company is unable to forecast with any certainty when credit approvals and a signed terms sheet will be obtained from all proposed lenders, but a further announcement will be made when that occurs.



The Company has received legal advice that this funding proposal will require approval of Shareholders. An independent expert based in Australia has been identified and will be appointed to prepare a report to shareholders in respect of the proposal when terms sheets have been executed. An extraordinary general meeting of Shareholders will then be called for the purpose of considering the funding proposal.
26-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
On 26 February 2016, the Company informed shareholders that the Board had approved a minimum two-year employment contract with Rob Lowe as Chief Executive Officer. This contract is due to expire on 31 December 2017. Given the current state of negotiations with proposed financiers, the Board believes it is in the Company's best interests to secure the services of Rob Lowe as Chief Executive Office for at least a further 12 months.
26-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
23-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Companies Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, its notice of annual general meeting to be held at 10.00am (Brisbane time) on 22 November 2017 at the Minter Ellison Offices, Level 22, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Qld 4000 and which has been despatched to Australian shareholders and South African shareholders on 20 October 2017.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the Company?s website at www.resgen.com.au/investors-and-media/announcements/2017

17-Oct-2017
(Official Notice)
Denis Gately has notified the company of his intention to resign as Chairman and a Director of the company with effect on and from the conclusion of the Annual General Meeting of the company called for 22 November 2017. The continuing Directors propose to elect Lulamile Xate as Chairman to succeed Mr Gately.
26-Sep-2017
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Companies Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange the 2017 Annual Report which has been despatched to Australian shareholders and is being despatched to South African shareholders on 26 September 2017.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the Company?s website at www.resgen.com.au/investors-and-media/announcements/2017
30-Aug-2017
(C)
Revenue for continuing operations lowered to AUD182 000 (AUD210 000). Loss is attributable to owners narrowed to AUD2.0 million (loss of AUD7.7 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share improved to AUD0.3cps (loss of AUD1.3cps).



Dividends

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial year (nil).
25-Aug-2017
(Official Notice)
Since the ?all party? meeting of lenders held on 14th June 2017 (see our earlier release of 21st June 2017) management has continued to finalise all material contracts for the development of the Boikarabelo mine. At its meeting in Johannesburg on 16th August 2017 the board received an update on all material developments. As the status report below indicates, demonstrable progress had been made on the material contracts and funding of the rail link; but not on the terms of the proposed coal supply to Eskom.



In the circumstances, the Board believed it would be reasonable to ask the Debt Club lenders to undertake their credit approval process to a conclusion, but on the basis that any draw down of senior debt be subject to a concluded coal supply agreement being in place. That request was made on 21st August 2017.



However, on 23rd August 2017 some members of the Debt Club formally declined to proceed on that basis and required a greater degree of certainty around the terms of supply to Eskom before proceeding to secure credit approval for funding of the project. In the circumstances (see detailed comments below re Eskom), the Board believes that this source of project finance is no longer viable.



Mindful of the present difficulties in securing terms of supply with Eskom, management had in parallel been exploring an alternative funding proposal to place before the Board. This proposal is not subject to a committed domestic coal supply. The credit approval processes of these lenders, who are familiar with the project, has commenced. First approvals and a signed term sheet are expected by end September/early October. At that time the Board will consider a recommendation from management and make a decision on this alternative funding proposal.
27-Jul-2017
(Official Notice)
21-Jun-2017
(Official Notice)
This release is by way of update to our earlier releases of 14th March 2017 ? confirming that all approvals had been obtained to accelerate the second drawdown under the extended Noble Facility Agreement ? and of 31st May 2017 ? advising that a proposed all party meeting of Lenders had been postponed to 14th June 2017.



Noble Facility Agreement

Payment of the second draw down under the facility in the sum of USD2 747 131 was received on 8th June 2017.



All Party Meeting

The meeting of lenders, including senior representatives and their advisers, was held in Johannesburg on 14th June. Senior representatives from all the consortium of Lenders were in attendance.



The purpose of the meeting was to review all material EPC and logistics contracts and to address matters outstanding from the lenders? legal due diligence. At the conclusion of the meeting, a small number of items were identified to be addressed or produced including updating the financial model, term sheet and finalisation of the funding terms of the rail link before the lenders are able to commence their respective credit approval processes. We believe all outstanding items will be delivered to the lenders no later than 31st July; and this should allow lenders to approach their credit approval bodies thereafter.



Most the outstanding items are either under the Company?s direct control or very likely to be delivered to the Company by third parties by end June or during July. The meeting was positive and the Company is encouraged by the support for the project shown by the lenders. The credit approval processes are estimated to be completed within approximately two months from commencement.



On 15th June 2017, the Department of Mineral Resources in South Africa released the Mining Charter 2017. This Charter includes new provisions in relation to minimum BEE ownership, employment equity requirements, procurement activities, housing and living conditions and human resource development. The Company will be working through the detail of the Charter and will be consulting with the Government and Industry to clarify the implications. It should however be noted that the Company?s project is already compliant with regard to the minimum BEE ownership requirements under the new Charter. A further update to the market will be released after the next Board Meeting scheduled for 26th July 2017.
31-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Reference is made to the shareholder update dated 4th May 2017 (the Announcement) wherein it was advised that an ?all party? meeting to finalise the major contracts was planned for mid-May. After consultation with all parties the meeting was fixed for 25th May 2017. Unfortunately not all the parties we are able to commit to meet on the 25th May 2017 as anticipated, and the meeting has now been rescheduled for 14th June 2017.



On this basis there will be a delay of approximately one month before the contracts are finalised and the lenders are able to commence their credit approval processes.



Major Contracts

In the interim the outstanding work on the Mining contract and Ancillary Works contract referred to in the announcement has been completed and these contracts will be ready for submission to the lenders in a mature form by 31st May 2017 and will be reviewed at the 14th June meeting.



Rail Link

DBSA has submitted its application for credit approval and a determination is expected in early June.



Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has advised that it has received internal approval for the construction of the Network Stabilising Facility (NSF) which forms an integral part of the link between the main line to Richards Bay and the Boikarabelo Mine. TFR has mobilised its contractors and they are expected to be on-site by 30th June 2017. Construction of the NSF is scheduled to commence on 1st July 2017 and to be completed by 30th September 2017.



Other

In order to accommodate the delay in the all party meeting the next board meeting will be postponed to a date to be fixed in July.



17-May-2017
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced the appointment of Mr Manish Dahiya as a non-executive director of the Company.
04-May-2017
(Official Notice)
A meeting of the board was held in Johannesburg on Wednesday 26 April 2017 with the Australian resident directors attending through a conference call. The CEO provided a report detailing the progress made with the project funding since my last report to shareholders on 2 March 2017. I am pleased to report that tangible progress continues to be made on most fronts. In what is a complex process, multiple contracting agreement are being negotiated in parallel thereby providing greater efficiency savings, de-risking interdependent contracts and providing greater certainty to all parties. As detailed below, most major contracts are now substantially agreed clearing the way for us to finalise outstanding matters at an all party meeting (all party meeting) planned for mid-May 2017. On this basis, we are confident that we will be in a position to report to the lenders by end May 2017 that all material contracts are sufficiently completed thereby enabling their credit approval processes to take place during June/July 2017.



Items completed or substantially completed

- Base Case Financial Model (BCFM): completed in June 2016 has been audited by Ernst - Young with no flaws identified. The BCFM will require a final update shortly before the credit approval stage commences.

- Debt Club Project Finance Term Sheet: agreed in July 2016 and will require only minimal update in order to accommodate any changes flowing from the update of the BCFM.

- Independent Technical Reports:

o Technical report completed in December 2016 (apart from commentary on material contracts promised for early May 2017)

o Environmental report completed in September 2016

o Marketing report completed in December 2016

o Legal due diligence report substantially completed with a small number of issues to be resolved at an all party meeting planned for mid-May 2017.



All of the above independent technical reports are considered to be satisfactory and meet the requirements of the project and lenders.
28-Apr-2017
(Official Notice)
14-Mar-2017
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations jumped to AUD0.3 million (AUD164 million). Loss for the interim period narrowed to AUD1.2 million (loss of AUD 8.1 million). Furthermore, headline loss per share improved to AUD0.21cps (loss of AUD1.40cps).



Dividend

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial half year (nil).
14-Mar-2017
(Official Notice)
The Company has signed an extension of the Facility Agreement of 3 March 2014 (Facility), under which Noble Resources International Pte Ltd (Lender) has agreed to make available further funds of up to US$8.4M to the Company's subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal Pty Ltd (LCL) to fund the operations and development of the Boikarabelo mine project being undertaken in South Africa (Project) whilst project funding is secured. Those additional funds are to be available in three tranches over the period to 30 September 2017.



Key terms associated with the extension of the Facility include:

*The additional funds together with the existing Facility of US$20m are unsecured and subject to a parent company guarantee;

*Interest accrues at 10.75% pa and can be capitalised on a six-monthly basis unless the borrower elects otherwise to pay such interest;

*The right for the Lender to appoint a nominee to the Board of the Company and approve one of the Company's nominees to the Board of LCL, subject to regulatory and governance requirements; and

*The Facility is repayable in instalments commencing from 30 September 2017 with a termination date of 10 March 2024, however the additional funds made available under the extension of the Facility announced today is repayable from the proceeds of the first drawdown of funding secured for the Project.



As part of negotiating the extension to the Facility, the Company has also agreed to restate the existing domestic offtake and coal marketing agreements it has with the Lender and its related bodies corporate (Restatement Agreements) with effect from 31 December 2013, including the incorporation of a term sheet signed in 2013 (Term Sheet). A summary of the key principles of the Restatement Agreements is set out below:

30-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
23-Jan-2017
(Official Notice)
23-Nov-2016
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd. advises of the outcomes in respect of each resolution put to the Annual General Meeting held today.







21-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
20-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Companies Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, its Notice of Annual General Meeting to be held at 10.00am (Brisbane time) on 23 November 2016 at the Minter Ellison Offices, Level 22, Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Qld 4000 and which has been despatched to Australian shareholders and is being despatched to South African shareholders on 20 October 2016.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the company?s website at http://www.resgen.com.au/investors-and-media/announcements/2016
14-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
05-Oct-2016
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced significant progress towards securing final approval for the development of the Company?s major project, the Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa. Chief Executive Officer of the Company and Ledjadja operating subsidiary, Rob Lowe, said the Company is advancing in parallel a number of inter-related agreements which together provide for long term risk management and financial confidence in the mine development.



Heads of Agreement - Mining Contractor

The Request for Proposal referred to in the Report to Shareholders released to the market on 1 June 2016 has now been determined and the Company is pleased to announce that its BEE operating subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. (?Ledjadja?) has selected Stefanutti Stocks Mining Services (?SSMS?) as the preferred mining contractor. The Parties have concluded a Heads of Agreement containing the following salient terms:

- the parties will negotiate on an exclusive basis a detailed Term Sheet to cover mining and related services over a period of 40 days;

- thereafter the parties will negotiate the terms and conditions of a Mining Contractor Agreement (?MCA?) within 15 days; and

- formal appointment of SSMS as mining contractor will be confirmed with the parties? execution of the MCA.



The Heads of Agreement applies until the MCA comes into force. The MCA will, at a minimum, be subject to the following conditions precedent:

- board approval by both parties of the formal agreement; and

- project funding being procured by the Company (see ASX Announcement 8 August 2016).

31-Aug-2016
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations lowered to AUD210 000 (2015: AUD677 000). Loss attributable to owners widened to AUD7.7 million (2015: loss of AUD4.9 million). In addition, headline loss per share worsened to AUD1.3 cents per share (2015: loss of AUD0.9cps).



Dividends

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial year (2015: nil).

08-Aug-2016
(Official Notice)
ASX and JSE listed emerging coal producer Resgen advised that its BEE subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal (the company), has agreed the commercial terms on which the entities listed below (the Financing Syndicate) will seek their requisite approvals in order to secure funding of R5.52 billion (AUD515 million) to complete the construction of the Boikarabelo Coal Mine. The entities are:

* FirstRand Bank Ltd., acting through its Rand Merchant Bank division (RMB);

* Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd.;

* Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd.; and

* Noble Resources International Pte Ltd. (Noble)



Resgen has also held discussions with the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (Efic) with a view to Efic joining the Financing Syndicate. Efic has been included in discussions of the terms and has commenced with its due diligence on the project.



The funding package, which is subject to credit approval by all members of the Financing Syndicate, is for an amount of R5.52 billion and is expected to provide the remainder of the total funds required to complete construction of the mine and provide the necessary headroom for contingencies.



The proposed terms of the facility include:

* A mix of USD and ZAR loans;

* Senior, mezzanine and quasi equity;

* Realistic tenor and market related margins;

* Noble is providing a cost overrun facility in addition to a portion of the other debt.

Credit approval and financial close is targeted by end October 2016* On this basis construction of the mine is to be completed by September 2018, with first saleable production in the last quarter of 2018.



The Independent Technical Experts, commissioned by the Financing Syndicate, have completed their initial reports, the outcomes of which have been favourable to the newly adopted execution strategy and mining plan. The new strategy and mining plan takes advantage of current market conditions by reducing the capital requirement and reducing risk by outsourcing construction and operations to external contractors.

The agreed terms are subject to conditions precedent normal in transactions of this nature.
12-Jul-2016
(Official Notice)
15-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the company and the Australian Stock Exchange have released notifications on the ASX Market Announcements Platform regarding the recent share price trading activity. These notifications may be viewed under the ASX Market Announcements Platform and on the company?s website www.resgen.com.au
03-Jun-2016
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd (ResGen), an emerging ASX and JSE-listed coal producer, is pleased to announce the appointment of Zirk van Der Bank as chief operating officer of its operating subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal.





06-May-2016
(Official Notice)
ResGen has announced the conclusion of a Heads of Agreement and Letter of Intent (LOI) for the design, procurement and construction of the Coal Handling and Preparation Plant (CHPP) for the Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa?s Waterberg region.



The agreement with Sedgman Limited, a member of the CIMIC Group and a leading Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor in coal and minerals, provides for a fixed lump sum contract for USD141 million subject to exchange rate fluctuation. The contract price represents a substantial saving over the previously announced estimate and was achieved as a result of the Sedgman design offering a smaller footprint with associated capital savings while offering equal, if not improved, production outputs.



In addition, under the provisions of the LOI the Company has indicated an intent to negotiate a 3 year CHPP operations contract with Sedgman effective following the expiry of a 15 month operations contract to cover the warranty period post commissioning and to negotiate with Sedgman a contract for the construction of the ancillary infrastructure works. The agreement follows the conclusion of a technical review of the Boikarabelo Project referred to in earlier announcements. The agreement is subject to several conditions precedent, including board approval and funding. Sedgman Ltd. has successfully delivered over 30 major coal projects over the last decade and 170 over the last 35 years
26-Apr-2016
(Official Notice)
26-Feb-2016
(Official Notice)
19-Feb-2016
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations took a knock to AUD164 000 (AUD467 000). Loss attributable to owners increased to AUD8.1 million (loss of AUD3.2 million). In addition, loss per share widened to AUD1.40cps (loss of AUD0.55cps).
27-Jan-2016
(Official Notice)
27-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Limited (Company) (ASX: RES) announces the appointment of Mr Denis Gately as Chairman and Mr Lulamile Xate as Deputy Chairman of the Company. The Company also announces the appointment of Mr Robert Lowe as interim CEO of the Company and Mr Michael Meintjes as Company Secretary, both effective immediately.



Mr Lowe replaces Mr Paul Jury, who has resigned from his role as CEO following his removal as a director of the Company. The terms of Mr Lowe?s appointment as interim CEO are still being finalised and will be announced to the market in due course.



Mr Meintjes replaces Mr Stephen Matthews as company secretary, who resigned as company secretary on 26 November 2015. Mr Meintjes is an experienced Company Secretary and finance professional with extensive experience in the resources sector.
26-Nov-2015
(Official Notice)
In Listing Rule 3.13.2 and Section 251AA of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), Resource Generation (the company) attaches the results of the resolutions put to shareholders at the 2015 Annual General Meeting and the Requisitioned General Meeting.



All resolutions were decided by poll. The first annexure discloses the proxies and poll results related to the Annual General Meeting and the second annexure in relation to the Requisitioned General Meeting.



Appointment of new directors and board composition changes



As a result of the Requisitioned General Meeting, the company has appointed the following new directors:

* Mr Lulamile Xate;

* Dr Konji Sebati;

* Mr Robert Croll;

* Mr Leapeetswe Molotsane;

* Mr Denis Gately; and

* Mr Colin Gilligan.



Further information regarding the directors is set out in the notice of meeting for the Requisitioned General Meeting, which is available on the company?s website at www.resgen.com.au.



Messrs Geoffrey Rose, Stephen Matthews, Paul Jury and Brian Warner were removed as directors of the company at the Annual General Meeting and Requisitioned General Meeting.
29-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
20-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen has posted a notice of General Meeting of the Shareholders of Resgen, together with the proxy form, which will be held at 9.45am (Sydney time) or immediately after the conclusion of the 2015 Annual General Meeting, whichever is the later, on Thursday 26 November 2015 at Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000. Any proxy votes for shareholders on the South African register must be received by Computershare Investor Services (Pty) Ltd., PO Box 61051, Marshalltown, 2107 no later than 14h00 on Monday, 23 November 2015.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the company?s website at www.resgen.com.au
15-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Pursuant to clause 9.8.1 of the Company's Constitution, the Board has postponed the 2015 Annual General Meeting scheduled for 10.00 am on 4 November 2015 to 9.30 am on 26 November 2015 at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, 61 -101 Phillip Street, Sydney.



The business of the AGM remains the same. Proxy forms previously provided by the Company may continue to be used for the postponed AGM and any signed proxy forms already received remain valid for the postponed AGM. The final date for submission of AGM proxies for shareholders on the South African register is now 2.00 pm on Monday, 23 November 2015.



The Shinto Torii Inc requisitioned general meeting will be held on the same day and place at 9.45 am or after the conclusion of the AGM, whichever is later. A Notice of the Requisitioned General Meeting is being sent to shareholders.
13-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Further to the SENS announcement dated 12 October 2015, Resgen hereby advises that the Takeovers Panel has lodged the media release on the ASX regarding Resgen?s application. The media release may be viewed under the ASX announcements on the Company?s website www.resgen.com.au
12-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation has submitted an application to the Takeovers Panel seeking a declaration of unacceptable circumstances in relation to the affairs of the company. The circumstances relate to the association between its three largest shareholders being:

*Altius Investments Holdings (Pty) Ltd., the parent company of shareholder Shinto Torii Inc (Altius);

*Noble Group, the parent company of shareholder Noble Resources International Pte Ltd (Noble); and

*Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd. (PIC).



The company is seeking orders from the Takeovers Panel that none of Altius, Noble or PIC be able to vote at the requisitioned general meeting or any adjournment thereof.
06-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd. has declined Resource Generation?s request to withdraw its requisition for a general meeting to remove and appoint directors.
01-Oct-2015
(Official Notice)
Altius asked to withdraw general meeting requisition to avoid jeopardising mine?s funding.



Following receipt of the general meeting requisition announced on 29 September 2015, Resource Generation Ltd. has written to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) claiming illegal collective action by three of the company?s shareholders, Shinto Torii Inc (a subsidiary of Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd.), Noble Resources International Pte Ltd (a subsidiary of Noble Group Ltd.) and Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd. (PIC). The company claims that Altius is acting on behalf of Noble and PIC in addition to itself in requisitioning a general meeting to replace Resource Generation?s directors with its own nominees. The company is considering what other actions are available to it in respect of this matter.



During extensive negotiations with financiers, including Noble Group and PIC, on a financing package for the construction of Resource Generation?s Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa, the company disclosed material information to Altius, Noble Group and PIC. This information was disclosed on condition that it was confidential and would be used only in connection with the funding negotiations and for no other purpose.



This information may have been used for other purposes in breach of this condition. If shareholders vote to remove Resource Generation?s existing board, this potential breach is unlikely to be pursued.



As announced on 30 September, Resource Generation has received a signed Memorandum of Understanding from HAB - JPR Priv?e, a Swiss private company, to provide in-principle funding of EUR480 million to enable construction of the mine.



HAB - JPR Priv?e has indicated that if there is a change of directors it reserves the right to cancel the loan facility. Accordingly, Resource Generation has written to Altius asking it to withdraw its requisition for the general meeting so the mine?s funding is not jeopardised.



The funding to be provided by HAB - JPR Priv?e is materially more favourable than incomplete proposals received from the club of financiers, including Noble Group and PIC, which would result in a substantial transfer of value to Noble Group and PIC from Resource Generation?s shareholders and its BEE partner.
30-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
The media release published by Resource Generation today, 30 September 2015, is reproduced below.



Resource Generation funding to construct Boikarabelo mine

? Signed MOU and Project Funding Solution Agreement received

? Funding dependent on shareholders defeating move to replace board



Resource Generation, which is developing one of South Africa?s largest remaining coal deposits, has received a signed Memorandum of Understanding from HAB - JPR Priv?e, a Swiss private company, to provide in principle funding of EUR480 million to enable construction of Resource Generation?s Boikarabelo mine.



HAB - JPR Priv?e has indicated that if there is a change of directors it reserves the right to cancel the loan facility. This follows the decision by Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Limited, an associate of Noble Group Limited, to requisition a general meeting to replace Resource Generation?s board with its own nominees.



Altius has been working with Noble Group to structure debt funding, as part of a club of South African financiers, that would result in a substantial transfer of value from the company?s shareholders and its BEE partner to the financiers.



HAB - JPR Priv?e?s decision to fund construction of the Boikarabelo mine has been driven by its desire to work with Resource Generation which it sees as a company that is socially responsible, attentive to the environmental impact of its projects and sensitive to the local community, as well as observing the highest health and safety standards to protect its workers and the general population.



The funding will be provided in two tranches: EUR175 million on or before 31 January 2016, and EUR305 million in June 2016. The two tranches will be deposited into an account controlled by Resource Generation and drawn down in nine quarterly instalments as required for the mine?s construction. The key terms are:

? Term ? 20 years.

? Cost of funding ? equivalent to approximately 4.5% per annum including upfront fees and costs.

? Principal and interest payments commence three years after the first drawdown.

? First ranking security over the project and corporate guarantees from all Resource Generation group companies.
30-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
As previously announced, Resource Generation (the company) has been pursuing alternative funding options to the Debt Club funding. One of those options has now materialised. The company received a signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the in principle provision of funding to enable construction of its Boikarabelo thermal coal mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa overnight on 28 September 2015. The funding is in two stages: Stage 1 for EUR175 million targeted to be received on or before 31 January 2016, and a further EUR305 million receivable in June 2016. A signed Project Finance Solution Agreement for stage 1 has also been received by the company and was to be considered for approval and signing by the Board. Unfortunately, the timing and nature of the actions undertaken by Shinto Torii Inc as announced on 29 September 2015 have meant that the company has had to delay the finalisation of this Project Finance Solution Agreement, while the composition of the Board is resolved.



The MoU and the Project Finance Solution Agreement have been signed by a private entity, HAB - JPR Priv?e, from Switzerland. The two tranches above will be deposited into an account controlled by the company and drawn down in 9 quarterly instalments as required for mine construction. The major terms are:

? Term ? 20 years.

? Cost of funding ? equivalent to approximately 4.5% per annum including upfront fees and costs.

? Principal and interest payments commence three years after the first drawdown.

? First ranking security over the project and corporate guarantees from all Resource Generation group companies.



HAB - JPR Priv?e?s funding has been driven by its desire to work with Resource Generation which it sees as a company that is socially responsible, attentive to the environmental impact of its projects, sensitive to the local community, as well as observing the highest health and safety standards to protect its workers and the general population.

Correspondence last night has indicated that, if a change of directors occurs, HAB - JPR Priv?e reserves its rights to cancel the loan facility.
29-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Resgen has received a requisition for a general meeting to be held from Shinto Torii Inc, a shareholder with a 10.7% holding. Shinto Torii Inc is a subsidiary of Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd. and requests resolutions that remove all four of the existing directors and appoint the following directors: Mr Lulamile Xate, Dr Konji Sebati, Mr Robert Croll, Mr Leepeestswe Molotsane, Mr Denis Gately and Mr Colin Gilligan. The Company has yet to receive the Consents to Act from these individuals.



The Company is aware of its obligations under the Corporations Act and will arrange for the meeting to be held in due course. A Notice of Meeting and Explanatory Statement will be despatched as soon as practicable. The Company also intends to defer the Annual General Meeting scheduled for 4 November 2015 to a later date in November so both meetings can be held on the same day.
25-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Companies Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, its Notice of Annual General Meeting to be held at 10.00am (Sydney time) on 4 November 2015 at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000 and will be dispatched to Australian shareholders on Monday, 28 September 2015 and South African shareholders by Wednesday, 30 September 2015.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the Company?s website at http://2015annualreport.resgen.com.au
18-Sep-2015
(Official Notice)
20-Aug-2015
(C)
There was no revenue from continuing operations for the year (AUD2.3 million). Loss attributable to owners widened to AUD5.6 million (AUD1.0 million). In addition, headline loss per share worsened to AUD0.9cps (loss of AUD0.2cps).
19-Aug-2015
(Official Notice)
Resgen has been negotiating with financiers for more than three years to secure the USD400 million required to complete the mine and related infrastructure. The aim has been to fund construction through debt in order to avoid issuing additional equity and diluting shareholders? interest in the project. This has proved to be difficult due to changing macro-economic factors resulting in changes to the financiers? requirements.



In June 2015 the company believed it was close to an in-principle agreement with a club of financiers on the term sheet for a multi-layered funding package. Together with other funding commitments, this would have provided the necessary finance.



Finalising negotiations since have been hampered by a weakened API4 coal price forecast. As a result, in order to determine if gearing levels can be lowered, the club of financiers have now asked Resource Generation to investigate whether a contract mining model could reduce the mine?s costs and capital requirement. Consequently, the company is seeking quotes from mining contractors and this process is likely to take several months to complete. Meanwhile, other sources of finance are being explored.
14-Jul-2015
(Official Notice)
22-Jun-2015
(Official Notice)
Resgen received numerous recent enquiries about the status of its funding, accordingly it has decided to provide an update. As previously announced the Company has been negotiating with various parties including a club of potential financiers to provide project finance for the construction of the Boikarabelo mine.



Negotiations are still continuing with the previously announced club of financiers with work continuing on an extensive terms sheet and bank case financial model. The process in reaching an agreed term sheet has been protracted due to several factors including the variable nature of the envisaged loan structure and maintaining deliverable outcomes within prevailing debt and coal markets.



Expectations are that the project finance will provide all required remaining funding for the mine construction. Consequently, if the proposed facility is made available, the Company does not envisage the need for an associated equity raising.



In addition to the above, the Company continues to explore alternative funding arrangements.
23-Apr-2015
(Official Notice)
26-Feb-2015
(Official Notice)
Resgen (the company) has received numerous recent enquiries about the status of its funding, accordingly it has decided to provide an update. As previously announced the company has been negotiating with various parties including a club of potential financiers to provide project finance for the construction of the Boikarabelo mine. In recognition of the protracted nature that this particular process has taken, the financiers have agreed to the following disclosure. The parties are:

* FirstRand Bank Ltd., acting through its Rand Merchant Bank division (RMB);

* HSBC Bank plc ? Johannesburg Branch (HSBC);

* Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa Ltd. (IDC);

* Public Investment Corporation SOC Ltd. (PIC);

* Noble Resources International Pte Ltd. (Noble); and

* Export Finance - Insurance Corporation (EFIC).



It is proposed that if this facility proceeds the existing loans entered into with Noble will become part of the above facility.



Negotiations have reached a mature stage and a term sheet is being finalised on the expectation that it will provide all required remaining funding for the mine construction. Consequently, if the proposed facility is made available, the company does not envisage the need for an associated equity raising.



If the proposed facility is not made available, the company will continue to explore alternative funding arrangements.
04-Feb-2015
(C)
21-Jan-2015
(Official Notice)
28-Nov-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders of Resgen are advised in terms of paragraph 2.6 of the JSE Ltd. Listings Requirements that Deloitte - Touche Sponsor Services (Pty) Ltd., has been appointed as sponsor for the Company with effect from 1 December 2014.
29-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
The Chairman advised that the Company Secretary confirmed that there was a quorum present and opened the meeting. The Managing Director made a presentation updating shareholders on the activities of the company.



The results of the resolutions were as follows:

*To receive the financial report - Received

Resolution

*To adopt the remuneration report (non-binding) - Adopted

*To re-elect Mr Geoffrey Rose - Elected

*To approve the Employee Share Plan - Approved



All items were carried by a show of hands as an ordinary resolution.



19,222,894 proxy votes were lodged in relation to resolution 1 by shareholders who had an interest in the resolutions and were excluded from voting.



19,006,194 proxy votes were lodged in relation to resolution 3 by shareholders who had an interest in the resolutions and were excluded from voting.

29-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:

*AGM Presentation by Managing Director

*Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Live date: Weds, 29 Oct 2014 5.15pm AEST

*Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/129151

*Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES



29-Oct-2014
(Official Notice)
17-Sep-2014
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Companies Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, and dispatched to shareholders, its Notice of Annual General Meeting to be held at 10.00am (Sydney time) on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 at the Sofitel Wentworth Hotel, 61-101 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW.



Shareholders can also view the on-line version on the company's website at http://2014annualreport.resgen.com.au
20-Aug-2014
(Official Notice)
As part of the debt funding for the Boikarabelo project, Resource Generation has signed a loan facility of up to USD113 million for the mobile equipment fleet for the project with Komatsu Financial Ltd Partnership. The term is for five years from the first utilisation date. Resource Generation will be purchasing the equipment from Komatsu Southern Africa Pty Ltd. There are a number of conditions precedent for the loan including signing of the sale agreement for the equipment, registration of security over the equipment and the signing of the balance of the debt required to complete project construction.
12-Aug-2014
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations increased to AUD2.3 million (2013: AUD1.9 million). Loss from continuing operations improved to AUD1 million (2013: loss of AUD2.8 million). Furthermore, headline earnings per share narrowed to AUD0.2cps (2013: loss of AUD1cps).
29-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
02-Jul-2014
(Official Notice)
One of the contractors at the Boikarabelo mine, Protech Kuthele (Pty) Ltd. (PK), has notified Resgen that it has applied to court to terminate its business rescue proceedings and be placed in liquidation. PK was undertaking the earthworks for the rail link, the site infrastructure and the roads. It has removed all staff from the mine site and terminated all activities. Addressing this unforeseen development is expected to delay the completion of the project by three to six months, with first coal production now estimated for the first half of 2016. Based on the previous competitive tender process, Resgen does not expect any difficulty in appointing an alternative earthworks contractor for a similar cost.



Funding negotiations still continue with proposed debt financiers of the mobile equipment, the coal handling and preparation plant and the rest of the site infrastructure.
03-Apr-2014
(Official Notice)
26-Feb-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the previous announcement on 2 January 2014, Resgen has been notified that the Blumont Group Ltd. (Blumont) has decided not to subscribe the outstanding AUD20.07 million due for a placement of 102 596 530 shares at 22 cents per share. Consequently, Resgen will not be issuing any shares to Blumont and will retain the deposit of AUD2.5 million, which Blumont has forfeited with no issue of shares in relation thereto.



Resgen reiterates that the proposed placement to Blumont was in addition to the proceeds of AUD62.6 million from the recent entitlement offer, which was successfully completed in October 2013.
03-Feb-2014
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations surged to AUD1.4 million (AUD758 000). The net attributable loss narrowed slightly to AUD725 000 (loss of AUD760 000). In addition, the headline loss per share narrowed to AUD0.18cps (loss of AUD0.29cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.
29-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
02-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Further to the previous announcement on 18 December 2013, Resgen has received the deposit of USD2.5 million from Blumont Group Ltd (Blumont) regarding its commitment to the placement of 102 596 530 shares at 22 cents per share, for which payment of USD22 571 236.60 was due on 4 December 2013.



The settlement of the balance, including a commercial rate of interest, is due to occur on 26 February 2014. If Blumont does not settle on 26 February 2014, the deposit of USD2.5 million will be forfeited with no issue of shares in relation thereto. Resgen reiterates that the proposed placement to Blumont is in addition to the proceeds of USD62.6 million from the recent entitlement offer, which was successfully completed in October 2013.
02-Jan-2014
(Official Notice)
Resgen has signed a binding term sheet for a USD65 million loan facility, with Noble Resources International Pte. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Noble Group (Noble), which together with existing cash resources will be used for construction of the mine buildings and infrastructure at the Boikarabelo mine. The loan is on normal commercial terms and is able to be drawn down from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2015. It is secured over the site infrastructure and is repayable in full by 31 March 2016, by which time the Boikarabelo mine is expected to be in production. The loan is expected to be refinanced at that time when the completion risk is expected to have been eliminated.



The USD65 million loan is in addition to the previously announced USD55.3 million loan for the construction of the rail link from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing Transnet Freight Rail network. The previously announced USD123 million loan facility dated 28 March 2013, which was subsequently reduced to USD67.7 million due to the rail link loan, expired on 31 December 2013 without any drawdowns having occurred. This change enables greater flexibility in finalising remaining funding discussions. Noble is a global supply chain manager of agricultural and energy products and metals, minerals and ores. Noble is listed in Singapore (SGX: N21) and operates from over 140 locations.
18-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Further to the previous announcement on 5 December 2013, Resource Generation has been in discussions with Blumont Group Ltd. (Blumont) regarding its commitment to the placement of 102 596 530 shares at 22 cents per share, for which payment of USD22 571 236.60 was due on 4 December 2013.



Agreement has been reached for Blumont to deposit USD2.5 million by 31 December 2013 and settlement of the balance, including a commercial rate of interest, to occur on 26 February 2014. If Blumont does not settle on 26 February 2014, the deposit of USD2.5 million will be forfeited with no issue of shares in relation thereto. Should Blumont not pay the deposit of USD2.5 million by 31 December 2013, the agreed settlement terms will cease to apply and the company will consider alternative actions.



Resgen reiterates that the proposed placement to Blumont is in addition to the proceeds of USD62.6 million from the recent entitlement offer, which was successfully completed in October 2013. The company has launched a regular newsletter containing information on activities at Boikarabelo on the company's website under the "Newsletters" tab.
10-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
It has come to Resgen's attention that recent media reports in Business Day and Mining MX in South Africa have erroneously referred to the proposed placement of shares to Blumont Group Ltd. (Blumont) as part of the recently completed entitlement offer. This is incorrect.



As announced on 26 July 2013 and 22 October 2013, the full USD62.6 million sought through a 1 for 1 entitlement offer at USD0.22 per share was successfully completed, with all funds being received. The proposed placement of 102 596 530 shares at USD0.22 per share to raise USD22 571 236.60 from Blumont is in addition to the entitlement offer proceeds.



As announced on 5 December 2013, shareholder approval was received at the AGM held on 29 November 2013 for the placement to Blumont. Funds were due on 4 December 2013 but have not been received. The Company is taking action to obtain the funds from Blumont.
05-Dec-2013
(Official Notice)
Following shareholder approval at the AGM held on 29 November 2013 for the Blumont Group Ltd (Blumont) placement of 102,596,530 shares at 22 cents per share, payment of USD22,571,236.60 by Blumont was due on 4 December 2013. The funds have not been received by the Company from Blumont. The Company is taking action to obtain the funds from Blumont.
29-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:

* AGM Presentation by Managing Director

* Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

* Live date: Fri, 29 Nov 2013 11.30am AEST

* Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/118560

* Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES.
29-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced that all resolutions were passed at the AGM.



13-Nov-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has taken a major step towards constructing and funding its Boikarabelo coal mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa with terms agreed for design and supply of the CHPP. A binding term sheet has been signed with FLSmidth Roymec (Pty) Ltd., the South African black economic empowerment subsidiary of FLSmidth - Co, the leading supplier of complete plants, equipment and services for the global minerals industry.



The cost of the CHPP is now expected to be below USD200 million, more than USD50 million less than earlier estimates. Resgen is in discussions with EKF, the Danish state-owned export credit agency, regarding a guarantee to cover over 50% of this cost. FLSmidth - Co, headquartered in Denmark, employs over 15,000 people in more than 50 countries and is listed on Nasdaq OMX Nordic Exchange Copenhagen.
28-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
25-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Market Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, and dispatched to shareholders, its Notice of Annual General Meeting to be held at 10.00am (Sydney time) on Friday, 29 November 2013 at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell Street, Sydney NSW.



The Notice of Annual General Meeting and Form of Proxy is available for download from the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au
23-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:



Resgen Entitlement Offer Update

*Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Live date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 9:15am AEST

*Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/117339

*Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
22-Oct-2013
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd advise that it has raised the full USD52.2 million of the shortfall from the entitlement offer announced on 28 July 2013 (Entitlement Offer). The full Entitlement Offer shortfall, together with the entitlements of ineligible shareholders, of 237,161,400 shares at USD0.22 per share were placed to strategic shareholders, including Public Investment Corporation SOC Limited (PIC), Barsington Ltd (a subsidiary of the Noble Group), Shinto Torii Inc (a subsidiary of Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Limited) (Altius) and domestic and international investors.



Established in 1911, PIC is one of the largest investment managers in Africa today, managing assets of over ZAR1.4 trillion and still growing. It is a registered financial services provider and is wholly owned by the South African Government, with the Minister of Finance as shareholder representative. PIC invests funds on behalf of public sector entities, based on investment mandates set by each of these clients and approved by the Financial Services Board.



Altius is a South African investment holding company with interests in food, energy and water. The shareholdings of the major subscribers to the shortfall, post the shortfall placement, are as follows:

*PIC -19.90%

*Barsington-17.97%

*Shinto Torii -10.91%



Proceeds will be used primarily to commence major construction to proceed towards production at the Boikarabelo mine and for working capital.
19-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Market Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, and dispatched to shareholders, its Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2013, on Thursday, 19 September 2013. The Annual Report is available for download from the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
17-Sep-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has signed a share subscription agreement with Blumont Group Ltd. ("Blumont") (SGX: A33) for the issue of shares to Blumont representing 15% of Resgen's expanded capital base. The issue of shares will be at USD0.22 per share, the same as the recent entitlement offer. If any shares are available as part of the entitlement offer shortfall, Blumont will subscribe for those shortfall shares and the balance will be issued after the annual general meeting, subject to shareholder approval.



Blumont's investment in Resgen is expected to be between USD20 million and USD25 million, depending on the final structure of the placement of the shortfall shares from the entitlement offer. The finalisation of the placement of the shortfall shares is expected to occur by the end of September 2013.
27-Aug-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has moved to tidy up the ownership of its shareholding in Waterberg One Coal (Pty) Ltd. (WOC). Currently WOC is owned 70% by Resource Generation and 30% by Lukale Mining Company (Pty) Ltd. (Lukale). Following the agreed transaction, WOC will be owned 74% by Resgen and 26% by Fairy Wing Trading 136 (Pty) Ltd. (FWT), the same shareholding split as Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. (Ledjadja), which owns the mining right for the Boikarabelo mine.



For the sale of its shareholding, Lukale will receive ZAR25 million in Resgen shares at USD0.40 per share, subject to shareholder approval at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting, and ZAR20 million cash. The shares will be held on the South African register and be eligible for sale on the JSE. FWT is being lent ZAR39 million on commercial terms by Resgen to fund its acquisition of WOC shares. WOC's main prospecting right, Waterberg One, is contiguous with the Boikarabelo mining right and contains an indicated resource of 1 116.4 million tonnes and a measured resource of 865.5 million tonnes, including a probable reserve of 314.2 million tonnes.
13-Aug-2013
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations decreased to AUD1.9 million (AUD2.1 million). Loss for the period attributable to owners was AUD2.8 million (profit of AUD573 000). Furthermore, headline loss per share was AUD1cps (earnings of AUD0.2cps)
26-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
26-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
On 28 June 2013, Resgen announced a 1 for 1 non-renounceable entitlement offer at 22 cents per share. The offer closed at 5.00 pm Sydney time on Tuesday, 23 July 2013, with valid acceptances received for 47 536 602 new shares, representing approximately 16.7% of the total number of shares offered to eligible shareholders.



As mentioned in the offer booklet, the directors will seek to place the shortfall shares in the next three months. Resgen has mandated BBY Ltd. and Macquarie First South Capital (Pty) Ltd. to seek institutional or sophisticated investors globally to subscribe for the remaining 236 319 285 shares and to place the 842 115 shares that would have been offered to shareholders which were ineligible to participate.



As also mentioned in the offer booklet, commitments have been received from Barsington Ltd., Valu Investments Pte Ltd. and Altius Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd. (Altius) to subscribe for up to 207 853 850 shares of any eventual shortfall. One of Altius' conditions is that settlement should occur after 13 September 2013, so its participation in the shortfall placement will not occur before then. Final shortfall allocations will be determined by the company in consultation with the relevant parties in due course.



The issue of new shares for which valid acceptances have been received and dispatch of holding statements are expected to occur on Tuesday, 30 July 2013. It is expected that the new shares will commence normal T+3 settlement trading on Wednesday, 31 July 2013.
18-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has commenced activities in preparation for the construction of the 38 kilometre rail link to connect its Boikarabelo mine to the existing rail network. Construction will entail the pad for the base of the construction camp, associated access roads and further infrastructure for the mobilisation of site activities. This preparation work is expected to assist the timely construction of the rail link.
10-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has entered into two arrangements with Valu Investments Pte Ltd. ("Valu"), a special purpose vehicle which will be jointly owned by Mr Jaimin Vyas, who is an entrepreneur, investor and project developer in the infrastructure sector, and IL-FS Energy Development Company Ltd. ("IEDCL"), an Indian company which specialises in the energy infrastructure space.



Valu has entered into a 20 year export coal offtake contract for 1.0 million tonnes per annum of coal, with supply after production commences at the Boikarabelo mine. Coal prices will be set by reference to an internationally recognised index at the time of each shipment. Following the commencement of stage 2 production, the volume increases to 2.0 million tonnes per annum. In conjunction with this, the existing 0.5 million tonnes per annum contract with Bhushan Steel Ltd. (Bhushan Steel) has been terminated with no penalty payable by either party. Bhushan Steel is not a shareholder in Resge.



Valu has undertaken to conduct feasibility studies for the development of both a 200 MW power station and a larger 1200 MW coal fired power station proposed to be located adjacent to the Boikarabelo mine. Resgen has granted Valu the right to own, build and operate both of the coal fired power stations as an independent power project. In conjunction with this, the feasibility study arrangements with CESC Ltd. have been terminated with no penalty payable by either party.
09-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
In relation to the Non-Renounceable Entitlement Offer announced on 28 June 2013, Resgen confirmed that the Entitlement Offer Booklet together with each eligible shareholder's Entitlement and Acceptance Form were mailed to shareholders on 9 July 2013. This is in accordance with the timetable announced on 28 June 2013 and as set out in the Entitlement Offer Booklet.



The Entitlement Offer opened for acceptances today, 9 July 2013, and will close at 7.00pm (AEST) on 23 July 2013.
01-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
01-Jul-2013
(Official Notice)
28-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that the Company has issued a presentation and offer booklet regarding the entitlement offer. The presentation and offer booklet are available for download from the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
28-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Pursuant to a request from the ASX, the closing date for the entitlement offer announced has been extended by one day to 23 July 2013. Settlement and dispatch of holding statements will also occur one business day later than previously announced.
28-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:

* Resource Generation Entitlement Offer

* Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

* Live date: Fri, 28 Jun 2013 11:15am AEST

* Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/112759

* Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
28-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
28-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has signed a binding term sheet for a USD55.3 million loan facility, with Noble Resources International Pte Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Noble Group (Noble), which will be used for construction of the Boikarabelo rail link. The 38 kilometre rail link from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing Transnet Freight Rail network is one of the longer lead time items for the construction of the mine. The loan will have a term of 8 years and will begin to be drawn down and construction commence as soon as possible. Security will be granted over the rail link and associated servitude rights.



By agreeing to this rail link loan facility, the parties have agreed to reduce the existing loan facility of USD123 million by USD55.3 million to USD67.7 million. The other terms of the existing loan facility, which was announced on 2 April 2013, remain the same. Noble is a global supply chain manager of agricultural and energy products and metals, minerals and ores. Noble is listed in Singapore (SGX: N21) and operates from over 140 locations.
04-Jun-2013
(Official Notice)
A domestic coal offtake contract for 3.0 million tonnes of coal per annum has been entered into with Noble Resources International Pte. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Noble Group (Noble). The term is for 8 years, with supply to begin after production commences at the Boikarabelo mine. The contract is based on commercial terms which are expected to facilitate completion of debt funding, whilst maintaining appropriate rates of return to shareholders.



Detailed discussions with potential financiers of the mining equipment, materials handling equipment, the rail line and project funding are all taking place in tandem.



Regular logistics meetings are being held with Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) to plan the timely delivery of haulage services following the commencement of production at Boikarabelo. TFR is making good progress with the first upgrade works on the Thabazimbi line which will help to ensure initial capacity requirements are met.



Noble is a global supply chain manager of agricultural and energy products and metals, minerals and ores. Noble is listed in Singapore (SGX: N21) and operates from over 140 locations.
17-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
03-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen) has released a webcast with the following details:

* RES establishes strategic partnership with Noble

* Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

* Live date: Wed, 3 Apr 2013 9:30am AEST

* Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/110992

* Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES.
02-Apr-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced a strategic partnership with Noble Group that will facilitate construction of Resgen's Boikarabelo mine. Resgen has made a placement of 21 352 350 ordinary shares at 40 cents per share to Barsington Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Noble Group, to raise AUD8.5million.



In addition, Noble Group has agreed to provide Resgen with a secured loan facility of up to USD123 million on normal commercial terms. The facility can be drawn down until 31 December 2013 and will be repayable 21 months after the first draw-down. This loan facility is in addition to the AUD20 million secured debenture issued to Noble Group in January 2013.
19-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:

*Resource Generation, Funding update

*Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Live date: Tue, 19 Mar 2013 10:00am AEST



Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/110639



Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
19-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
Shareholders were advised that Resgen has issued a funding update presentation. The presentation may be viewed under the ASX announcements section on the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
19-Mar-2013
(Official Notice)
After receiving credit-approved offers of project finance that deviate from the agreed terms sheet, Resgen announced that it is considering alternative sources of funding to construct its Boikarabelo mine on one of South Africa's largest remaining coal deposits.



The credit approvals received from Resgen's mandated debt financiers include commercial conditions which are unacceptable to the company. Negotiations on these conditions are continuing; meanwhile, parallel discussions are at an advanced stage with existing and potential customers which have expressed interest in providing equity funding to enable major construction to begin.



Construction of site infrastructure, roadworks, and water and power connections has begun, and the site is now classified as an operating mine site.
21-Feb-2013
(Official Notice)
Mine construction activities have commenced at Boikarabelo with the site now classified as an operating mine site. Initial activities encompass site infrastructure, roadworks and water and power connections. Further geotechnical boreholes are also being drilled across the initial mining area.



As previously announced, in late December 2012 Resgen ("the company") agreed a terms sheet with the mandated group of financiers with respect to the proposed debt facilities to fund the development of the Boikarabelo mine.



Due diligence investigations were completed by the independent technical, market, legal and other consultants engaged on behalf of the financiers. Those investigations confirmed the company's view that there are no material issues affecting the development or financing of the Boikarabelo mine.



The company continues to assist the financiers with respect to enquiries arising out of their approval processes. The company does not anticipate any significant delay in the completion of the credit approval process.
05-Feb-2013
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations plummeted to AUD758 000 (AUD1.1 million). Loss attributable to owners was AUD760 000 (profit of AUD680 000). Furthermore, basic earnings per share from continuing operations remained unchanged at AUD0.29 cps.



Dividend

There was no dividend paid or proposed during the period
25-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:



Resgen investor update on quarterly report

*Speaker: Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Live date: Thurs, 24 January 2013 1:15pm AEST



Access this webcast at http://www.brrmedia.com/event/109360/paul-jury-managing-director



Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
25-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
07-Jan-2013
(Official Notice)
Resgen has agreed to issue a secured debenture to Noble Resources International Pte. Ltd. (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Noble Group) (Noble) to raise USD20 million cash to augment available funding and progress construction activities at its Boikarabelo coal mine. Funds are expected to be received by 9 January 2013 and are on normal commercial terms. The debenture will be repayable in December 2013. The raising has been necessary due to a delay in the completion of the project debt finance from the company's initial expectations.



An export coal offtake contract for 2.5 million tonnes of coal has also been entered into with Noble, with supply after production commences at the Boikarabelo mine. Coal prices will be set by reference to an internationally recognised index at the time of each shipment. Resource Generation and Noble have agreed to have good faith discussions with regards to a strategic marketing alliance for Boikarabelo coal.
21-Dec-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has moved a step closer to financing its Boikarabelo coal mine. The company has been working with six South African and global banks and other financiers (the "financiers") mandated to provide project debt finance for the construction of the mine and has now agreed a terms sheet with the financiers. The Financiers are working towards initiating their credit processes in January 2013. The company will continue to work with the financiers to obtain a binding offer of finance as soon as possible in 2012.
13-Nov-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen's BEE Boikarabelo project has signed a port access contract with Bulk Connections which operates a multi-purpose terminal at the Port of Durban. Under the take or pay contract, Bulk Connections, which is part of the Bidvest Group, will allocate Boikarabelo sufficient stockpile capacity to ship coal at least once per week, enabling the company to meet its Stage 1 export targets from early 2015.



The financing syndicate's credit approval processes are taking longer than expected due to a substantial backlog of other credit approvals. It is also possible that the approval process will be delayed due to festive season interruptions. Resgen is continuing to work with the financing syndicate to try to obtain binding offers as soon as possible for the project finance of the Boikarabelo mine.
17-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:



Resource Generation Investor Presentation Oct 2012

* Speaker: Paul Jury, Managing Director

* Live date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 4:20pm AEST

* Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/105092

* Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
17-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:



Resource Generation MD comments on their opportunity in South Africa Speaker:

*Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Live date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 2:15pm AEST

*Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/105089

*Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES
17-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
The Chairman advised that the Company Secretary confirmed that there was a quorum present and opened the meeting. The Managing Director made a presentation updating shareholders on the activities of the company.



The results of the resolutions were as follows:

* To receive the financial report -- Received

* To adopt the remuneration report (non-binding) -- Adopted

* To re-elect Mr Stephen Matthews -- Elected

*To approve the extension of the performance hurdle for Paul Jury -- Approved

* To approve the extension of the performance hurdle for Stephen Matthews -- Approved
17-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
10-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen has issued an investor update presentation. The presentation may be viewed under the ASX announcements section on the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
09-Oct-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen's BEE subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal, has awarded a mandate to six South African and global banks and other financiers (the financing syndicate) to provide project debt finance for the construction of the Boikarabelo mine. The financiers are:

*Absa Capital, a division of Absa Ltd., a member of the Barclays Bank Group;

*Caterpillar Financial SARL;

*FirstRand Bank Ltd., acting through its Rand Merchant Bank division;

*Hong Kong - Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC);

*Nedbank Capital, a division of Nedbank Ltd.; and

*Standard Chartered Bank.



The award of the mandate to the financing syndicate followed an extensive tender process (including other global banks) and negotiation of key commercial terms. Subject to obtaining final credit approval and execution of finance and security documents, the Financing Syndicate will provide approximately 60% of the total funds required for mine construction.



The financiers are now progressing towards formal credit approvals for the facility and these are targeted for receipt in early November. Financial close and first funding are expected to be subject to conditions precedent typical of project finance facilities, including raising sufficient equity capital to fully fund the balance of the expected capital expenditure for mine development.



The proposed terms of the facility include:

*A term of 9 years, including the construction period.

*A senior debt facility of around USD400 million plus associated facilities (including a working capital facility).

*The senior debt facility will be provided via a mix of USD and ZAR loans and is on normal commercial terms.
18-Sep-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen submitted to the Market Announcements Office of the Australian Securities Exchange, and dispatched to shareholders, its Notice of Annual general meeting and its Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2012, on Thursday 13 September 2012. The Notice of Annual General Meeting, Form of Proxy and Annual Report is available for download from the company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
23-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Shareholders are advised that Resgen has issued an investor update presentation. The presentation may be viewed under the ASX announcements section on the Company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au.
23-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen, which is developing one of South Africa's largest remaining coal deposits, announced earlier this year that it had agreed to a put option under which it could acquire further coal tenements from Exxaro Resources. Exxaro has exercised the put option, which is subject to approval by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) under Section 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002.



Boikarabelo Mine Schematic

For the release with pictures and schematics, please refer to the Company's website hosted at www.resgen.com.au The coal tenements are contiguous to the company's existing tenements and are highlighted in red on the map above, including Swelpan and Kleinpan which land is owned by Resource Generation. The consideration payable is not material to the company?s existing cash reserves and is not due to be paid until the DMR has approved the transfer to Ledjadja, Resource Generation's BEE subsidiary. From prior experience with Section 11 approvals, this process is not likely to be completed before mid-2013.
23-Aug-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has been able to reduce the estimated capital cost of its Boikarabelo coal mine in South Africa by USD120 million to USD630 million. This reflects the flexibility provided by Eskom's commitment to supply sufficient power for stage one of the mine's operation as early as 2014, after the first generating unit at its new Medupi power station is in commercial operation. This will meet the company's target of beginning coal production early in 2015.



The cost of Boikarabelo's planned 45MW power station, for which tenders have been received, has been removed from the capital expenditure estimate for stage 1 of Boikarabelo's operations. A decision on whether to proceed with this will now not take place until 2013.
01-Aug-2012
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations increased to AUD2.1 million (AUD1.2 million). A net attributable profit of AUD0.6 million (loss of AUD5.1 million) was recorded. In addition, the headline loss per share narrowed to AUD0.3c (loss of AUD2.3cps).



Dividend

No dividend has been declared.











31-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen, which has secured its major regulatory approvals and transport contracts for development of its Boikarabelo mine on one of South Africa?s largest remaining coal deposits, today released its quarterly report for the three months to 30 June 2012. This confirms that banks are undertaking due diligence before offering terms for project finance for the mine's stage 1 development. Confirming management's confidence that project finance and equity capital can be secured, the quarterly report also announces that the company has started to expand its South African management team to enable construction to begin early in 2013.
31-Jul-2012
(Official Notice)
Quarterly highlights and present status:

*Banks are now undertaking detailed due diligence before offering terms for project finance to develop the company's massive open-cut coal mine.

*This follows Resgen signing a haulage contract with Transnet in June 2012 - overcoming its last hurdle before raising finance.

*The project's sovereign risk has been minimised as a result of overcoming all major regulatory hurdles faced by the company.

*Assuming agreement on project finance is reached, it will underwrite confidence in the asset's potential cash flow, which should increase the company's enterprise value and will determine the price at which equity is raised for the balance of the Stage 1 development cost and working capital.

*If funding is completed by the end of 2012, construction of the mine and its infrastructure is expected to take 24 months, with Stage 1 saleable production (6 million tonnes per annum) beginning at the start of 2015.

*Construction of Stage 2, planned to increase saleable production to more than 20 million tonnes per annum, is expected to be funded from cash flow and a further equity capital raising is not envisaged.

*The Waterberg region accounts for 40% of South Africa's remaining coal resources and Boikarabelo has probable reserves of 744.8 million tonnes on 35% of its tenements - which will make it a world-class mine by any measure.

*A contract to buy 139 million tonnes of coal over 38 years has already been signed with India's RPG Group, which owns 11.6% of Resgen after buying shares at AUD0.575 in September 2010 and AUD0.82 in June 2011.

*A second contract has been signed with India's Bhushan Steel to buy 500 000 tonnes per annum for five years and a minimum of 500 000 tonnes per annum for a further 15 years.

*Negotiations have proceeded further with Eskom, South Africa's power generation company, to supply 3 million tonnes of thermal coal per annum to its Mpumalanga power stations.

*During the quarter, the company's BEE subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal, signed a ten-year take-or-pay rail haulage contract with Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) to haul up to 6 million tonnes of coal per annum.
27-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has overcome its remaining major hurdle before proceeding to finalise project finance for its Boikarabelo open-cut coal mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa. The company's BEE subsidiary, Ledjadja Coal, has signed a ten-year take-or-pay rail haulage contract with Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) to haul up to 6 million tonnes of coal per annum.



The main terms of the contract are as follows:

* The initial term is for ten years with provision to extend for a further ten years.

* The contract allows for 4 million tonnes in the first year, 5 million tonnes in the second year and 6 million tonnes per annum thereafter. Should Eskom elect to contract directly with TFR (which is Eskom's intention) for the proposed domestic purchases (currently under negotiation), the take-or-pay quantities in the contract will reduce to export tonnage only.

* The contract specifies an indicative tariff for the current year. The actual tariff will be determined annually by negotiation.

* The contract is conditional on Ledjadja Coal completing construction of the 36 kilometre rail link to the existing rail network.

* The contract is also conditional on TFR completing its processes to determine a fair, proportional and equitable allocation of rail capacity to all interested parties from the Waterberg. If these are not completed by 31 December 2012, this condition is automatically waived and the above tonnage allocation becomes firm.
05-Jun-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced the appointment of Macquarie First South Capital (Pty) Ltd. as JSE sponsor to Resgen, with effect from Friday, 1 June 2012.
10-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released an update presentation to investors. This presentation may be viewed under the ASX announcements on the company's website www.resgen.com.au.
09-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released an update presentation to investors. This presentation may be viewed under the ASX announcements on the company's website www.resgen.com.au.
09-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a webcast with the following details:

* Access this webcast at www.brrmedia.com/event/97923

* Access other RES webcasts at www.brrmedia.com/asx/RES.
04-May-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen received confirmation of two significant developments which clear the way for construction of its Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa to proceed. The company has received an Integrated Water Use Licence governing all aspects of water use at the mine. This enables the mine to conduct all activities for stage one of planned production and to utilise its borefield. Ledjadja, the company's BEE subsidiary, acknowledges the assistance and cooperation of the Department of Water Affairs in issuing this licence and Ledjadja looks forward to working with the Department to obtain the licences required for development of the Marapong Boikarabelo Effluent Treatment (MBET) scheme and the Boikarabelo mine power station. An agreement for the MBET scheme was previously signed with the Lephalale Local Municipality in Limpopo Province, securing the water required for stage two of planned production. In addition, the Department of Mineral Resources has written to Ledjadja advising that the appeal against its mining right has been dismissed and finalised.
30-Apr-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen is now ready to finalise funding arrangements for construction of the mine, subject to agreeing a satisfactory transport tariff with Transnet Freight Rail (Transnet). Negotiations on this tariff are currently in progress. Negotiations on other contractual terms are substantially complete but still exclude a firm tonnage allocation. While Transnet has indicated it is unwilling to commit to a firm tonnage allocation before the end of 2012, the company has decided to proceed with securing finance, conditional on obtaining sufficient allocation, as soon as agreement has been reached on the tariff. Management's confidence that capacity will be available is based on several statements by Transnet; earlier this month Transnet confirmed that some R50 billion had been set aside for the Richards Bay coal corridor, including a substantial expansion of export capacity from the Waterberg region. Following agreement on a tariff, Resource Generation expects to finalise funding arrangements within four to five months. Construction of the mine and infrastructure will then take approximately two years.



Cash reserves at 31 March 2012 were AUD19.1 million. Following the settlement for the acquisition of the Swelpan and Kleinpan properties in April 2012, cash reserves have reduced to AUD15 million. This is expected to be sufficient to cover cash requirements prior to the anticipated commencement of mine construction.
27-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has signed an agreement to acquire land adjacent to the company's Boikarabelo mine and agreed to a put option under which it can acquire further coal tenements. The properties being acquired are Swelpan and Kleinpan. The properties cover 2 096 hectares at a cost of approximately AUD4 million. Swelpan contains significant coal resources and is contiguous to Ledjadja's Boikarabelo coal tenements. The bulk of the Kleinpan property contains no defined coal resources but it provides an ideal location for the 2x660MW power station that CESC Ltd proposes to build. As previously announced, this proposed power station would enable the Boikarabelo mine to commence its stage 2 expansion earlier than originally planned.



Exxaro Resources Ltd. ("Exxaro") owns the coal tenements on four properties, which are highlighted in red on the map, including Swelpan and Kleinpan. Shareholders are referred to the company's website where this announcement, containing the map, has been published. Ledjadja, Resgen's BEE subsidiary, has granted a put option to Exxaro under which Exxaro can sell the prospecting rights over the four properties to Ledjadja. Any such transfer would be subject to approval by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) under Section 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002. The coal tenements contain an indicated resource of 974.5 million tonnes, excluding shale content. Coal qualities are consistent with the rest of the Boikarabelo tenements.
23-Mar-2012
(Official Notice)
Resgen has received approval under the National Environmental Management Act ("NEMA") for construction activities at its Boikarabelo mine. The approval enables the company to construct the mine, all the required mine infrastructure and the associated 36 kilometre rail link to the existing rail network. This environmental authorisation was given by the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET).
03-Feb-2012
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations increased to AUD1.1 million (2010: AUD365 000) . Profit attributable to owners of the company increased to AUD 680 000 (2010: loss of: AUD3.5 million), while headline earnings per share rose to AUD0.26cps (2010: loss of AUD0.02cps).



Dividend

No dividend was declared.



Events occurring after the balance sheet date

There are no matters of significance up to the date of this report that have not been included in the interim financial statements.
04-Nov-2011
(Official Notice)
Mr Scott Douglas has resigned as a director of Resgen. Mr Douglas is resigning to pursue other business ventures.
26-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Further to Resgen's announcement on 19 October 2011, the company is pleased to report that the memorandum of understanding (MOU) has now been signed by Transnet Freight Rail (TFR). Under the MOU, TFR has agreed with Resgen's BEE subsidiary, Ledjadja, to haul Boikarabelo coal on a take or pay basis as follows: 4 million tonnes in the year commencing 1 July 2014, 5 million tonnes in the year commencing 1 July 2015 and 6 million tonnes per annum from 1 July 2016. 50% of the coal will be hauled to export ports and 50% to the Mpumalanga Highveld, which is where Eskom's power stations are located. Freight rates are yet to be determined but will reflect commercially fair and reasonable terms. Whilst rail capacity currently exists, upgrade works on the existing line between Lephalale and Pyramid South have been identified and need to be completed before coal haulage can commence. Ledjadja has agreed to undertake the upgrade works if TFR agrees. These works are minor and able to be completed prior to the forecast commencement of mining. Ledjadja has also agreed to work with TFR to unlock additional capacity from the Waterberg. The haulage agreement is conditional upon Boikarabelo commencing to produce coal, the upgrade works being completed and the rail link from Boikarabelo to the existing network being completed. The rail link is part of the capital expenditure of the Boikarabelo mine and ownership and operations of the rail link will be transferred to TFR in due course with compensation to be negotiated. The rail link is intended to be a common user facility. The agreement is also conditional on TFR completing its Waterberg Feasibility Study aimed at unlocking a potential haulage capacity of 22.5 million tonnes per annum from the Waterberg and formal allocation of capacity by TFR. Ledjadja and TFR have agreed to enter into negotiations to complete a definitive long term coal haulage agreement.
24-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced that there'll be a managing director's presentation. To listen, copy the following details into your web browser: www.brr.com.au/event/88052

The presentation details are as follows:

* Resource Generation AGM

* Speaker: Paul Jury, managing director

* Live date: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 4:30pm AEST.
24-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen released a presentation at its annual general meeting to update investors on its progress with the development of the Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
24-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
At the AGM held at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell St, Sydney NSW on Monday 24 October 2011, all resolutions were passed. The chairman advised that the company secretary confirmed that there was a quorum present and opened the meeting. The managing director made a presentation updating shareholders on the activities of the company.
21-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
In respect of the consolidated financial statements of Resgen for the year ended 30 June 2011 released on 24 August 2011 the following additional information is provided.

30 June 11 - 30 June 10

* EPS: (2.3) - (2.2)

* Add back development expenditure: AUD654K (2010: AUD56K)

* Headline earnings EPS: (2.0) - (2.1)

* Diluted headline earnings per share (2.0) - (2.1)



The full set of financial statements are available on Resgen's website. www.resgen.com.au.
19-Oct-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen notes the report in the South African Coal Report ("SACR"), which was published late yesterday by Energy Publishing (Pty) Ltd. The SACR states that: "Transnet is putting the finishing touches to a memorandum of understanding ("MOU") with Resource Generation, providing comfort of coal haulage for the Boikarabelo project". The SACR quotes an interview with Brian Molefe, the CEO of the Transnet Group stating: "an agreement would be finalised by the end of the week". The SACR further quotes Divyesh Kalan, the GM Transnet Group Commercial, who stated: "it's somewhere between providing comfort and a guarantee". Resgen confirmed it has been in negotiations with Transnet and an MOU has been signed by its subsidiary, Ledjadja. It is awaiting confirmation from Transnet that it agrees to the MOU and will sign it. Once agreement and Transnet's signature is received, the market will be informed of the major terms of the MOU.
22-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
The company advised that its annual report, incorporating the audited financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2011, is available on the company's website, www.resgen.com.au from 22 September 2011 and contains no changes to the audited provisional results which were announced on SENS on 24 August 2011. Shareholders are referred to the written pages at the front of the annual report regarding the operations. Notice is given that the annual general meeting of shareholders will be held at 10.00 am (Sydney time) on Monday 24 October 2011 at Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell Street, Sydney NSW, to transact business as stated in the notice of annual general meeting of shareholders. The notice is available on the company's website, www.resgen.com.au.
22-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd released a presentation to update investors on its progress with the development of the Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
20-Sep-2011
(Official Notice)
31-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen has agreed to divest its Tasmanian coal tenements through the sale of all its shares in Energy Investments Pty Ltd and Tiger Coal Pty Ltd for USD1.5 million. In addition, Resgen will receive a royalty of USD1.20 per tonne on all coal sold from any mine developed on these tenements.



Following exploration and analysis the potential for the development of a mine, whilst present, would require funding and personnel commitments that would detract management from its main asset, the proposed Boikarabelo coal mine in South Africa, where there are probable reserves of 745 million tonnes of coal on 35% of the company's tenements. Completion of the sale is targeted for 16 September 2011. The purchaser, which is a private company, has paid a non-refundable deposit of USD150 000.
24-Aug-2011
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations was up at AUD1.2 million (June 2010: AUD982 000). Loss attributable to owners of Resgen worsened to AUD5.1 million (June 2010: Loss of AUD3.3 million), while headline loss per share was recorded at AUD2.3cps (June 2010:Loss per share of AUD2.1cps).



Dividend

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial year.



18-Aug-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen has been made aware that an appeal has been lodged with the South African Department of Mineral Resources regarding the granting of the Boikarabelo Mining Right to Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd. The mining right remains valid, as the appeal does not suspend the mining right. The appeal has been lodged by three individuals whose farms are located in the area of the proposed mine, the nearest being 13km away. The objections raised are of a general nature and are substantially the same as those lodged by the same parties during the public consultation phase of the mining right Application process, which were considered in the granting of the mining right. There is a statutory process to be followed and at this stage no formal notification has been received. The company is confident that the mining right will be confirmed at the end of that statutory process. The company is continuing its normal activities to develop the Boikarabelo mine.
26-Jul-2011
(Media Comment)
Business Day reported that Resgen announced that it had received numerous submissions to fund the mine's capital costs. The submissions received "more than the cover the company's anticipated debt requirements", Resgen received a 30-year mining right from the Department of mineral Resources for its Boikarabelo mine in the region, with construction expected to start in the last quarter of this year, with the first coal being produced in 2013.
25-Jul-2011
(Official Notice)
08-Jun-2011
(Official Notice)
19-May-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen has received strong interest from financiers following a process to secure debt funding for the construction of its Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa. There are probable reserves of 744.8 million tonnes of coal on 35% of the company's tenements, for which the company received a 30 year mining right in April 2011. Potential debt funders were asked to submit expressions of interest and indicative term sheets, and submissions have been received which more than cover the company's anticipated debt requirements.
21-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen has received formal documentation from the South African Department of Mineral Resources that its Ledjadja joint venture has been granted a 30 year mining right for its Boikarabelo mine. The company has a 74% shareholding in the joint venture. The documentation also confirmed the change of Resgen's BEE partner in Ledjadja to Fairy Wing Trading 136 (Pty) Ltd.
14-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
05-Apr-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen released a presentation to update investors on its progress with the development of the boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
31-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced that Fairy Wing Trading 136 (Pty) Ltd (FWT), a company owned by a group of South African businessmen and women with strong commercial and government relationships, has agreed to acquire the 26% shareholding in Resgen's Ledjadja joint venture that was owned by its original BEE ("black economic empowerment") partner. Resgen will facilitate the acquisition through a loan of R80 million to FWT. The loan, which will be secured over FWT's shares in Ledjadja and repayable out of the first dividends due to FWT from the joint venture, will be made available in three tranches. The first tranche of R60 million will be paid during the next quarter following finalisation of documentation for the mining right for Boikarabelo, which will incorporate FWT as the BEE partner, the second tranche of R10 million will be paid on 30 September 2011 with a third tranche of R10 million on 30 September 2012. The loan will be provided from Resgen's existing funds. As part of the transaction, the Ledjadja joint venture will assume Resgen's obligation to pay to Apex Resources Inc. a royalty of R2 per tonne of coal shipped up to a limit of R30 million.
31-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen reports significant progress with securing the water that will be needed for its proposed Boikarabelo mine. The company has been chosen as the preferred party to construct, operate and maintain a wastewater treatment plant at Marapong, approximately 50 kilometres from Boikarabelo. The plant will treat municipal effluent and is expected to generate up to 16 megalitres of water per day, which will be pumped to the mine site via a new pipeline. The cost of the plant is already included in the USD552 million capital expenditure budget for the mine's development. Resgen has been working for 18 months with the Lephalale Local Municipality in Limpopo Province on plans for the plant. This is a key responsibility that the company has committed to undertake as part of its social and labour plan, which has been submitted with its mining right application for the Boikarabelo mine. Ceenex, an international engineering firm with substantial experience of the water sector, is advising on the project. Before construction begins, Resgen and the municipality are required to obtain government approval and finalise contractual arrangements. Sufficient water for stage one of the mine is available from groundwater boreholes on the mine properties that the company already owns. Use is subject to receiving an Integrated water use licence which was applied for in January 2011.
31-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen, which is developing one of South Africa's largest remaining coal deposits, announced that its Ledjadja joint venture has received notification that it has been granted a 30 year mining right for its Boikarabelo mine by the South African Department of Mineral Resources. Execution of formal documentation and establishment of a USD2 million rehabilitation deposit will be completed over the next three weeks. The company has a 74% shareholding in the joint venture.
18-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation has established a Level 1 American Depositary Receipt ("ADR") programme which will permit investors to invest in the company through a US-traded security. The Resgen ADR is traded on the US over-the-counter market and is sponsored by Citi, which acts as the Depositary Bank. Each ADR has a ratio of 4:1; i.e. one ADR is equivalent to 4 shares. The official Resgen ADR ticker code is RSGNY.
02-Mar-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen provides the opportunity to listen to an audio broadcast with Chris Drew, Research Analyst, Royal Bank of Canada in a presentation titled "RES rated highly by Royal Bank of Canada - Chris Drew, Research Analyst". To listen, copy the following details into your web browser: brr.com.au/event/77017.
07-Feb-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen released an investor presentation update. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
03-Feb-2011
(C)
Revenue from continuing operations decreased to AUD365 000 (2009: AUD630 000) . Loss is attributable to owners of the company increased to AUD3.5 million (2009: loss of: AUD1 million), while headline loss per share remained stable at AUD0.01cps (2009: loss of AUD0.01cps).



Dividend

No dividend was declared.



Events occurring after the balance sheet date

On 31 January 2011 the company confirmed that it has secured access for its proposed rail link route from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing Transnet rail line in the Waterberg region of South Africa.
31-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
Resgen has arranged access for its proposed rail link route from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing Transnet rail line in the Waterberg region of South Africa. The route is highlighted as route option 3 and is 36 kilometres in length, shorter than the originally anticipated 45 kilometre link. Three farms are being acquired for a total cash consideration of R67.5 million (approx AUD10 million). R21.1 million was paid in the last quarter and the balance is expected to be settled in the current quarter. Agreements have been signed to acquire an additional farm or a servitude across the farm. Agreements have been reached for the granting of rail servitudes with the two corporate owners of land for the balance of the rail link. These agreements will be formalised after securing necessary regulatory and environmental approvals for the entire route, the application for which was recently lodged and is expected to take 6 months to be received.
27-Jan-2011
(Official Notice)
17 Dec 2010 09:20:46
(Official Notice)
Resgen has now expanded the detailed mine plan at its proposed Boikarabelo mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa, following additional drilling undertaken earlier this year on the Kalkpan tenement. The completion of the expanded mine plan has enabled the reserves to be upgraded. Boikarabelo now has probable reserves of 744.8 million tonnes, an increase of 108.8 million tonnes. The area covered by this reserve amounts to only 35% of the resource bearing tenements.
15 Dec 2010 10:23:23
(Official Notice)
Notice was given of the issue of 32 600 000 Resgen ordinary shares on 15 December 2010 representing the second tranche of the equity raising announced on 4 November 2010 and approved at a general meeting of shareholders on 13 December 2010("the transaction") at a price of AUD0.50 per share. The securities rank pari passu with Resgen's other issued securities. The proceeds of the transaction will be used primarily for the development of the company's Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa and for working capital.



Pro forma financial effects

Before - after the transaction:

* Earnings per share: (1.8) - (1.5)

* Headline earnings per share: (1.8) - (1.5)

* Net asset value per share: 42 - 36

* Number of shares in issue: 211 300 530 - 243 900 530.
15 Dec 2010 08:21:14
(Official Notice)
Resgen has today signed a contract with Bhushan Steel Ltd (Bhushan), which will purchase coal for 20 years from Resource Generation's Boikarabelo mine in South Africa. Under the terms of the contract, Bhushan (BSE:BHUSSTEEL IN), will purchase 500 000 tonnes of thermal coal per annum for the first five years of production from the Boikarabelo mine and a minimum 500 000 tonnes per annum for a further 15 years. The price will be at international market prices at the time of each shipment.

Bhushan is one of the fastest growing steel companies in India. Based in Delhi, it has operations in Delhi, Orissa and Mumbai. Current primary steel making capacity is around 2.5 million tonnes per annum, which is being expanded to 5 million tonnes per annum by October 2012. Bhushan's sales revenue in the last financial year was USD1.3 billion with a net profit of USD188 million. Its market capitalisation is approximately USD2 billion. Bhushan's growth plan includes diversification into power generation through its subsidiary, Bhushan Energy Ltd, which already has installed capacity of 300MW. The supply of coal from Boikarabelo is targeted for the expansion of Bhushan`s power generation capacity. Resource Generation's planned Boikarabelo mine is in the Waterberg region of South Africa, one of the country`s largest remaining coal deposits.

14 Dec 2010 09:16:33
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Limited today released a presentation given to shareholders at the General Meeting held in Sydney. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under Presentations. Resgen also provides the opportunity to listen to an audio broadcast with Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director in a presentation titled "Resource Generation General Meeting Presentation - Paul Jury, Managing Director". To listen, copy the following details into your web browser: brr.com.au/event/72470



The presentation details are as follows:

Resource Generation General Meeting Presentation - Paul Jury, Managing Director

Presented by Mr Paul Jury, Managing Director

Mon, 13 Dec 2010 5.00pm AEST

Sydney, Australia

14 December 2010

14 Dec 2010 09:14:16
(Official Notice)
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held at Radisson Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell St, Sydney NSW on Monday 13 December 2010 The Chairman advised that the company secretary confirmed that there was a quorum present and opened the meeting. The Managing Director made a presentation updating shareholders on the activities of the company.



The results of the resolutions were as follows:

*Approval of the issue of 27 400 000 shares by equity placement for the purposes of ASX Listing Rule 7.4 -- Approved

*Approval of the issue of 32 600 000 shares by equity placement for the purposes of ASX Listing Rule 7.1 -- Approved

08 Dec 2010 10:32:00
(Official Notice)
Notice is hereby given of the issue of 1,220,000 Resgen ordinary shares on 8 December 2010 pursuant to the Share Purchase Plan ("the Transaction") at a price of AUD0.50 per share. The new issue of ordinary shares will simultaneously be listed on the Official List of the Australian Stock Exchange ("ASX") and the JSE Limited ("JSE"). The securities rank pari passu with Resgen's other issued securities. Resgen has the ability under the ASX Listing Rules to make this issue. The proceeds of the transaction will be used primarily for the development of the company's Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa and for working capital.

24 Nov 2010 11:07:18
(Official Notice)
Resgen has completed the process under the Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd ("Ledjadja") shareholders' agreement and has increased its ownership of Ledjadja from 49% to 74%.
24 Nov 2010 09:42:08
(Official Notice)
Resgen has completed the process under the Ledjadja Coal (Pty) Ltd ("Ledjadja") shareholders' agreement and has increased its ownership of Ledjadja from 49% to 74%. Ledjadja owns the prospecting rights which contain the major portion of the coal resources and reserves of the proposed Boikarabelo mine.
11 Nov 2010 07:27:52
(Official Notice)
Notice was given of the issue of 27 400 000 Resgen ordinary shares on 11 November 2010 following a placement to institutional and sophisticated borrowers("the transaction") at a price of AUD0.50 per share. The new issue of ordinary shares will simultaneously be listed on the Official List of the Australian Stock Exchange ("ASX") and the JSE Ltd ("JSE"). The securities rank pari passu with Resgen's other issued securities. Resgen has the ability under the ASX Listing Rules to make this placement. The proceeds of the issue will be used primarily for the rail link land acquisition and access rights associated with the development of the company's Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa and for working capital.



Pro forma financial effects

The unaudited pro forma financial effects of the issue, as set out below, are based on Resgen's results for the year ended 30 June 2010. The number of shares on issue before the Transaction reflect the quantum as notified to the ASX and JSE on 21 September 2010 following the placement of 18 268 053 ordinary shares to Integrated Coal Mining Limited. The unaudited pro forma financial effects are presented for illustrative purposes only, to provide information on the impact of the issue. Due to the nature of the unaudited pro forma financial effects, they may not give a fair representation of Resgen's financial position and the results of its operations after the issue.

The effects of the transaction:

*The loss per share is expected to be 14.2% smaller at AUD1.8cps (loss of UD2.1cps); and

*The headline loss per share is expected to be 14.2% smaller at AUD1.8cps (loss of UD2.1cps).
05 Nov 2010 09:47:29
(Official Notice)
Resgen is pleased to announce the success of its equity capital raising. The offering was oversubscribed and received strong interest from Australian and global investors. The placement will be issued in two tranches, with an initial unconditional tranche of 27.4 million shares to be issued on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 and the balance of 32.6 million shares to be issued conditional on the receipt of shareholder approval. Resource Generation will seek shareholder approval for the conditional tranche of the placement and ratification of the unconditional tranche at a general meeting to be held on or about 13 December 2010.



Resgen has previously announced that it is bringing forward the need to construct the rail link from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing rail network in South Africa. The proceeds raised under the equity raising will be used primarily for the rail link land acquisitions and access rights as well as other expenditure for the company's Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa and for working capital. The board has also decided to invite shareholders to participate in the Resource Generation Share Purchase Plan ("the SPP"). The SPP entitles shareholders in the company, irrespective of the size of their shareholding, to purchase up to AUD15 000 worth of shares in the company at AUD0.50 cents per share, being the same price paid by institutional shareholders in the share placement. The record date for participation is 3 November 2010. Further details will be sent to shareholders shortly.
04 Nov 2010 11:56:41
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd released a presentation to update investors on and provide details of its proposed equity placement. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
04 Nov 2010 11:04:07
(Official Notice)
Resgen announced that the company is undertaking an equity capital raising to raise up to AUD20 million at AUD0.50 per share. The company may accept additional subscriptions of up to an additional AUD10 million. Citigroup Global Markets Australia Pty Ltd is acting as sole lead manager and bookrunner to the placement and is placing shares with institutional and sophisticated investors today 4 November 2010. The placement shares will be issued in two tranches, with an initial unconditional tranche of 27.4 million shares to be issued on Wednesday, 10 November 2010 and the balance of placement shares to be issued conditional on the receipt of shareholder approval. Resgen will seek shareholder approval for the conditional tranche of the placement and ratification of the unconditional tranche at a general meeting to be held on or about 13 December 2010.



Resgen has previously announced that it is bringing forward the need to construct the rail link from the Boikarabelo mine to the existing rail network in South Africa. The proceeds raised under the equity raising will be used primarily for the rail link land acquisitions and access rights as well as other expenditure for the company's Boikarabelo mine in South Africa and for working capital. Specifically, other uses are for associated costs for the rail link, initial expenditure on power and water infrastructure and payments to BEE partners for the increase of the company's shareholdings, in accordance with the shareholders' agreements. The construction of the rail link will need approval under the national environmental management act. In order to secure approval, the directors believe that it is essential to acquire land and obtain land access rights required for the rail link construction. The company has recently concluded negotiations for the purchase of land and easement agreements for two-thirds of one of its preferred rail link routes.



The board has also decided to invite shareholders to participate in the Resgen share purchase plan ("the SPP"). The SPP entitles shareholders in the company, irrespective of the size of their shareholding, to purchase up to AUD15 000 worth of shares in the company at AUD0.50 cents per share, being the same price paid by institutional shareholders in the share placement. The record date for participation is 3 November 2010. Further details will be sent to shareholders shortly.
04 Nov 2010 08:37:05
(Official Notice)
Resgen has its primary listing on the Australian Stock Exchange ("ASX") and secondary listing on the JSE Ltd. In order to comply with the ASX rules Resgen have to request a temporary halt in trade for a period of time to facilitate the placement of shares. Shareholders are advised that Resgen has requested a halt in the trade of their securities in Australia and South Africa to facilitate the placement of shares in terms of a general issue of shares for cash authority. Trading on the JSE Ltd will therefore be in trading halt from 4 November 2010 at 08h00 until 17h00 on 4 November 2010. Trading on the Australian Stock Exchange will therefore be in trading halt from 4 November 2010 at 08h00 until 17h00 on 4 November 2010.
28 Oct 2010 12:21:02
(Official Notice)
Resgen provides the opportunity to listen to an audio broadcast with Mr Paul Jury, managing director in a presentation titled "Resource Generation AGM 2010 - Paul Jury, Managing Director". To listen, copy the following details into your web browser: brr.com.au/event/71007. The presentation details are as follows:

*Resgen AGM 2010 - Paul Jury, Managing Director

*Presented by Mr Paul Jury, managing director

*Thursday, 28 October 2010 8:30am AEST, Sydney, Australia
27 Oct 2010 10:38:09
(Official Notice)
The chairman advised that the company secretary confirmed that there was a quorum present and opened the meeting. The managing director made a presentation updating shareholders on the activities of the company. All resolutions were passed.
27 Oct 2010 10:33:49
(Official Notice)
Brian David Warner has been appointed as a non-executive director and will also act as non-executive chairman of the company. Scott Douglas has stepped down as non-executive chairman, but continues as a non-executive director.
27 Oct 2010 10:32:06
(Official Notice)
Resgen released a presentation given to shareholders at the annual general meeting held in Sydney. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
26 Oct 2010 11:33:11
(Official Notice)
Resgen has released a powerpoint presentation given to investors at a Citi Australian Investment Conference held in Sydney. The presentation is available on Resgen's website, www.resgen.com.au under ASX announcements.
26 Oct 2010 11:14:56
(Official Notice)
20 Oct 2010 10:34:21
(Official Notice)
The company's coal resources and reserves in the Waterberg region of South Africa, where it is developing its Boikarabelo mine, have been upgraded after analysis of 28 cored holes from a drilling programme earlier this year.



Boikarabelo's resources and reserves are now as follows:

*probable reserves of 636.0 million tonnes, an increase of 32.7 million tonnes

*a new measured resource of 204.0 million tonnes

*an indicated resource of 551.7 million tonnes

*an inferred resource of 1.5 billion tonnes.



Mine planning is being undertaken which will enable the measured resource to be upgraded to probable reserve status. This is expected to be completed by the end of November 2010.





27 Sep 2010 10:01:40
(Official Notice)
The company advises that its annual report, incorporating the audited financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2010, is available on the company's website, www.resgen.com.au from today 24 September 2010 and contains no changes to the audited provisional results which were announced on SENS on 19 August 2010.



Notice was given that the annual general meeting of shareholders will be held at 10.00 am (Sydney time) on Wednesday, 27 October 2010 at Radisson Plaza Hotel, 27 O'Connell Street, Sydney NSW, to transact business as stated in the notice of annual general meeting of shareholders. The notice is available on the company's website, www.resgen.com.au and also on the ASX website www.asx.com.au.
21 Sep 2010 09:45:53
(Official Notice)
Notice was given of the issue of 18 268 053 new Resgen ordinary shares on 21 September 2010 to Integrated Coal Mining Ltd ("Integrated Coal") which is deemed to be a public shareholder ("the transaction"). The new issue of ordinary shares will simultaneously be listed on the official list of the Australian Stock Exchange and the JSE Ltd. The securities rank pari passu with Resgen's other issued securities. Resgen signed a contract with Integrated Coal on Tuesday, 14th September 2010 whereby Integrated Coal will purchase thermal coal per annum for the next 20 years and Resgen has agreed to place 18 268 053 ordinary shares with Integrated Coal at a share price of USD0.575, which is at the closing market price of Resgen on 10 September 2010. The proceeds of the issue will be used primarily for the development of the company's Boikarabelo Mine in South Africa and for working capital



Pro forma financial effects of the issue

The unaudited pro forma financial effects of the issue, as set out below, are based on Resgen's results for the year ended 30 June 2010. The effects of the transaction before - after in AUD cents:

* Earnings per share : (2.2) - (2.1)

* Headline earnings per share : (2.2) - (2.1)

* Net asset value per share : 54 - 49

* Number of shares in issue : 164 412 477 - 182 680 530

* Weighted average number of shares in issue : 153 541 119 - 171 809 172
14 Sep 2010 09:20:45
(Official Notice)
Resgen has signed a contract with Integrated Coal Mining Ltd ("Integrated Coal Mining"), part of the RPG group, whereby Integrated Coal Mining will purchase coal for 20 years from Resgen's Boikarabelo mine in South Africa and will subscribe USD10.5 million for a 10 per cent shareholding in Resgen. Under the terms of the contract, Integrated Coal Mining, on behalf of its affiliated company CESC Ltd, will purchase one million tonnes of thermal coal per annum for three years and two million tonnes per annum for a further 17 years. These purchases will begin when the Boikarabelo mine commences production, which currently is scheduled for early 2013. The price will be agreed annually based on the international benchmark price at the time. Resgen has agreed to place 18 268 053 shares with Integrated Coal Mining at a share price of USD0.575. Resgen's planned Boikarabelo mine is in the Waterberg region of South Africa, one of the country's largest remaining coal deposits.
24 Aug 2010 10:58:07
(Official Notice)
The company made the following disclosure in respect of headline earnings for the 2010 financial statements released on SENS on 19 August 2010:



A headline loss for the June 2010 financial year of AUD3.3 million (AUD8.1 million) was recorded. As a results the headline loss per share amounted to AUD2.2cps (loss of AUD11.8cps).
19 Aug 2010 08:08:09
(C)
Revenue was up 147% to AUD1 million (June 2009: AUD398 thousand). Loss attributale to owners of Resource Generation Ltd was down to AUD3.3 million (June 2009: Loss of AUD15.2 million), while loss per share was recorded at AUD2.2 cps (June 2009:Loss per share of AUD21.2 cps).



Dividend

No dividends were paid or proposed to be paid to members during the financial year.



Prospects

Information on the operations and financial position of the group and its business strategies and prospects is set out in this annual financial statements.



Boikarabelo Project

The company completed extensive drilling and analysis which resulted in resource upgrades for its coal tenements at Waterberg and Ledjadja in South Africa. The combined tenements, known as the Boikarabelo Project, include 603.3 million tonnes of probable reserves, 569.5 million tonnes of indicated resource and an inferred resource of 1.735 billion tonnes.A pre-feasibility study completed in November 2009 confirmed the significant potential of the Boikarabelo Project. The mining rights application was lodged in February 2010, with a target of mid 2011 for the granting of the right.



Land acquisition

The company has successfully acquired significant land holdings in the Boikarabelo Project region. The acquisitions provide key land for the site of the major mine and infrastructure. The company acquired 7 parcels of land, totalling 9,670 hectares for approximately USD22.710million.



Tasmania

In June 2010 the company commenced exploration drilling for thermal coal on its Woodbury tenement in Tasmania. Coal intersections have been made but results have yet to be correlated.



Cameroon

There has been no activity on the company's uranium tenements in Cameroon.
27 Jul 2010 15:21:22
(Official Notice)
Resource Generation Ltd released a progress report on its activities. The company presentation and update may be found on the company's website through the following link: * http://resgen.com.au/static/files/assets/51b1cffd/Company_Presentation_100727.pdf
26 Jul 2010 10:29:37
(Official Notice)
15 Jul 2010 09:48:26
(Media Comment)
The Financial Mail reported that initial trade in Resgen following its secondary listing on the JSE, is likely to be slow. The company has no South African shareholders or board members and its mine is in the early stages of development. The group warned in its prospectus that liquidity will be low until shares migrate from the Australian to the South African share register. The JSE listing is partly intended to raise awareness of Resgen. 90% of Resgen's assets are in South Africa anyway, with the remaining 10% in Australia and Cameroon. MD Paul Jury also commented that one of the reasons for the local listing "is to facilitate a more flexible funding platform" for its Boikarabelo mine development.
26-Mar-2018
(X)
Resource Generation is a public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, and is a new energy resources company specialising in the development of major energy related resources. Resgen's primary focus is the development of the Boikarabelo coal mine in the Waterberg region of South Africa.


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