Former Moreton Resources CEO and managing director Jason Elks has applied to the Australian Government Takeovers Panel to have all activities relating to the administration of the would-be mining company put on hold.
Moreton Resources has received expressions of interest in two of the company’s coal projects, the company’s quarterly report to shareholders has revealed.
Moreton Resources has enjoyed a partial win in the Federal Court in relation to its long-standing dispute with the Australian Taxation Office over research and development tax offsets linked to its failed UCG project near Kingaroy.
Jason Elks has resigned from the Board of Moreton Resources – the company hoping to build a coal mine near Kingaroy – after six years with the miner.
Moreton Resources – the company planning to develop a coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – has secured an extra $1 million in financial backing
Moreton Resources – the company planning to develop a coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy – predicts it will start making profits in “late May, early June”.
Moreton Resources chairman Jason Elks has assumed the role of Company Secretary following the resignation of director Brent Van Staden.
Moreton Resources – the company behind the proposed Kingaroy coal mine – has reported a consolidated profit of $11.3 million for the past 12 months, despite having no revenue-earning operations.
Moreton has pushed back the date for its Kingaroy coal project’s Environmental Impact Statement
Moreton Resources executive chairman Jason Elks says the South Burnett Coal Project is “well-advanced”, and on track to have its draft Environmental Impact Statement ready before Christmas.
Moreton Resources has put forward a “payment plan” to pay off its $8.18 million debt to the ATO
Potential investors have been told that Moreton Resources aims to extract its first coal from its Coolabunia coal mine in the last quarter of 2019.
Moreton Resources has updated the ASX on its proposed Kingaroy Coal Mine, saying the company expects a determination from the State Government on its mining lease application by mid to late 2018
Jason Elks, who for several years has been the public face of would-be miner Moreton Resources, is scaling back his role with the company even further.
Moreton Resources has appointed a project manager to direct the development of its proposed coal mine on the outskirts of Kingaroy.
Greens Senator Larissa Waters has joined the campaign against Moreton Resources’ proposed Kingaroy coal mine.
Jason Elks – the face of Moreton Resources for most South Burnett residents – wants to quit
Moreton Resources’ plan to build an open cut coal mine near Kingaroy took another step forward on Thursday
Moreton Resources – the mining company hoping to get approval for an open-cut coal mine near Kingaroy – has been hit with an $8.18 million bill from the tax office.
The KCCG is seeking donations so it can hold another anti-coal mine forum in Kingaroy