AMCI considers the private equity segment as a growth market. As a privately held global commodities house with operations in mining, commodity trading and shipping, the group is well positioned to support private equity platforms and strategic partnerships to help proactively managing market opportunities as they arise. AMCI has a long history of partnering with leading global private equity investors who are seeking to invest in the natural resources sector.
In 2006, AMCI Capital I was established as a joint venture with a large institutional investor followed in 2009 by AMCI Capital II, a second strategic partnership. The focus of both platforms has been to invest globally in the energy and resources sector focusing on coal, coke, copper and gold as well as on related infrastructure and logistics.
AMCI Poseidon Fund
AMCI Poseidon was launched in 2013 as an industry-specific platform to invest in distressed shipping assets.
- Mineras Las Cenizas, Chile
AMCI Capital and its co-investor hold a qualified minority interest in Chilean copper producer Mineras Las Cenizas (MLC) to support the Company’s growth strategy. MLC is in operation for more than 35 years producing copper concentrate and cathodes from two bases of operations, Cabildo and Taltal.
- Rocky Hill Coal Project, Australia
This development project is located in the Gloucester basin, New South Wales. If approved, up to 2.5mt/year will be mined in a modern open cut operation and processed in a washing plant to produce mainly semi-hard coking and to a lesser extent thermal coal for the export market.
- South Galilee Coal Project, Australia
The South Galilee Coal Project is located in the Galilee basin, Queensland. If approved, up to 19.0mt/year of high volatile, low sulphur thermal coal for the export market will be mined in open cut and underground operations.