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05.10.09 22:49

941 Postings, 4985 Tage Hedodddonpedro...

...bist ja auch nicht zu beneiden, da ist ja von deinem tausender schon wieder ein drittel weg....ist momentan bissl abenteuerlich, hier zu investieren.
der kohlepreis ist auch nicht so doll zur zeit. ich begnüge mich momentan mit meinen mehrfach gesplitteten shares, die ich noch habe.
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IMHO. Keine Empfehlung für Handlungen jeglicher Art.

06.10.09 09:19
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshes@2525 in den letzten 12 Monaten ist viel passiert

Hallo Hedodd,

in dem Gebiet sind sehr viele Mienen geschlossen worden. Wegen der Wirtschaftskrise und damit schlechten Kohlepreis sind bei fast allen Mienen die Arbeiter (auch von den Globalplayern) entlassen worden. Bei Quest wurde der Trupp in "Urlaub" geschickt - aber zusammen gehalten. Nun werden nach und nach wieder/weitere Mitarbeiter eingestellt - arbeitslose Bergbaumänner gibt es dort zur Zeit massig - auch "gute" Arbeiter - die für weniger Lohn arbeiten. Das war vor einem Jahr nicht so ... da verlangte auch ein "schlechter" Arbeiter ein ziemlich hohes Gehalt.

Quest meldet nur News - welche Positiv sind - kaputte Miner, Entlassungen, usw. wurden bisher nie publiziert - diese "negativen" Sachen sind von uns Aktionäre recherchiert und veröffentlicht worden.

Wenn ich mich dunkel erinnere ... müssten eigentlich da schon 6 Miner stehen ... alle holen 3.500 Tonnen am Tag raus ;-) und es müssten eigentlich schon 2 Minen aktiv abbauen (?!?)

Quest hat sicherlich mit der Genehmigung des Restrukturierungsplans einen wichtigen Schritt in eine neue Zukunft getan ... Quest setzt erfreulicherweise auch in seinen News erste kleine Ansätze unserer Empfehlungen um ...

Quest versucht gerade - den Kurs zu stabilisieren und sein schlechtes Images wieder etwas aufzubessern.

Maulwurf und ich hoffen - dass wir dort bei der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit weiter ein wenig Einfluss nehmen können - so dass z.B. nicht jedes neu gekaufte Klopapierblatt übertrieben als Highlight des Unternehmens angepriesen wird, dass auch Verlustmeldungen geschrieben werden und wir damit dieses nicht nur aus einem schlechten 10Q erfahren bzw. überrascht/enttäuscht werden, ... usw.

Den genauen Hintergrund für die gerade laufende News-Kampagne kennen wir aber noch nicht 100%ig ... zumindest scheint sie nicht zu fruchten ... denn der Kurs sackt leider weiter ab ... hier waren wohl am Freitag fleissig die Daytrader am pushen ... und haben gestern den Kurs wieder fallen lassen ... ein Spiel wie vor einem Jahr ... ich glaube nicht, dass Quest damit etwas zu tun hat ... denn das ist eine Strategie der Daytrader ...

Ich wäre mit einer Investition weiterhin vorsichtig ...
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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

06.10.09 12:56

206 Postings, 4901 Tage 041281HR@2527

hi heshes,

ich darf leider nicht bewerten,wegender letzten 7 u.s.w.., das posting ist sehr informativ,danke!!!!

HR  

06.10.09 13:28
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526 Postings, 4711 Tage Donpedromuc@heddod

stimmt schon 1/3 wieder weg, aber langfrisitg meinen EK gesenkt. Bin damit immer gut gefahren. Wenn etwas Geld übrig ist stecke ich`s in meine "noch nicht erfolgreichen" Anlagen. u.a. auch Good Life China und Universal Energy. Tut jetzt nicht weh und wenn´s mal wieder hochgepusht oder die Companies doch irgendwann erfolgreichen werden, kann auch ein Gewinn daraus werden. So auch bei Arkandor. EK am Anfang 0,95 dann runtergekauft auf EK 0,50 und fast am Peak bei 0,70 verkauft. Kann natürlich aber auch in die Hosen gehen.

Wie sagt Kaiser Franz: da schau mer a mal.
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IMHO. God bless our investments

06.10.09 18:29
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941 Postings, 4985 Tage Hedodddanke heshes

...für die infos. schon das ihr, du und maulwurf im hintergrund so aktiv seid.

stay cool...;-)
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IMHO. Keine Empfehlung für Handlungen jeglicher Art.

06.10.09 21:58
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesPreis für Kohle etwas gestiegen...

Quelle: Average Weekly Coal Commodity Spot  Prices
(Dollars per Short Ton)
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
Week
        Ended
Central
        Appalachia
        12,500 Btu,
        1.2 SO2
Northern
        Appalachia
        13,000 Btu,
        <3.0 SO2
Illinois Basin
        11,800 Btu,
        5.0 SO2
Powder
        River Basin
        8,800 Btu,
        0.8 SO2
Uinta Basin
        11,700 Btu,
        0.8 SO2
08/14/09$52.30$46.50$41.00$8.75$45.00
08/21/09$52.30$46.50$41.50$8.75$45.00
08/28/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/04/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/11/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/18/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$39.00
09/25/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$39.00
10/02/09$54.30$50.50$40.00$9.25$39.00
   

 

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

09.10.09 17:16

91 Postings, 4510 Tage relook@heshes

Hast Du gerde RETURNS übrig...........?

Glück auf.!
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Opera 10

15.10.09 15:03

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesNews: Coal Seams Reach New Heights

Quest Minerals & Mining Coal Seams Reach New Heights

PATERSON, N.J., Oct. 15, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN) (Frankfurt:QMN9), a Kentucky-based operator of energy and mineral related properties, today announced that the coal seams operated under their wholly owned subsidiary, Gwenco, Inc., which are carved across six separate directional headings, have increased in height ranging from 28" to 35", to a now 40" to 44."

Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, noted, "This is what we have been waiting for since production recommenced back in March. Better recovery output, in addition to less trucking costs, as well as reduced wear and tear on the mining equipment, will ultimately increase gross profits. Since coal is much softer and lighter than rock, less breakdown is likely to occur going forward, resulting in higher production efficiency."

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CONTACT:  Quest Minerals & Mining Corp.
         Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr.
         973-684-0035
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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

20.10.09 01:41

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesAverage Weekly Coal Commodity Spot Prices

Quelle: Average Weekly Coal Commodity Spot  Prices
(Dollars per Short Ton)
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
Week
        Ended
Central
        Appalachia
        12,500 Btu,
        1.2 SO2
Northern
        Appalachia
        13,000 Btu,
        <3.0 SO2
Illinois Basin
        11,800 Btu,
        5.0 SO2
Powder
        River Basin
        8,800 Btu,
        0.8 SO2
Uinta Basin
        11,700 Btu,
        0.8 SO2
08/28/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/04/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/11/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$45.00
09/18/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$39.00
09/25/09$52.30$46.00$41.50$8.75$39.00
10/02/09$54.30$50.50$40.00$9.25$39.00
10/09/09$56.15$51.50$40.00$9.25$39.00
10/16/09$56.15$51.50$40.00$9.25$39.00

 

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

20.10.09 15:37
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91 Postings, 4510 Tage relooknews 20-10-2009

Quest Minerals & Mining Announces September Production Results
Gwenco to Report September Coal Revenue of $235,000 on 3,500 Clean Tons of Coal
Press Release
Source: Quest Minerals & Mining
On 9:20 am EDT, Tuesday October 20, 2009

Companies: Quest Minerals Mining Corp.

PATERSON, N.J., Oct. 20, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN - News) (Frankfurt:QMNMB.F - News), a Kentucky-based operator of energy and mineral-related properties, today announced coal revenues of $235,000 for the month of September 2009. For the month, Quest's operating subsidiary, Gwenco, Inc., produced and shipped 10,000 gross tons for the month, resulting in sales of 3,500 clean tons of coal.

Related QuotesSymbol Price Change
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Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, stated, "We are pleased to report that Gwenco generated $235,000 in coal sales in the month of September. We shipped approximately 10,000 tons to our buyers during the month, resulting in the sale of 3,500 clean tons of coal at $67.00 per ton. During September, we were able to operate without any significant delays or stoppages, which allowed us to achieve these revenue results. Furthermore, as the month progressed and we advanced further in the mine, we encountered thicker coal seams, which resulted in improved rates of recovery throughout the month.

"If we are able to continue operating as we have been, without any significant delays or mining stoppages, we anticipate that our recovery rates will continue to improve as the seams get thicker. Our goal for the Pond Creek mine remains to produce 20,000 gross tons per month with a 50% or greater recovery rate, and we believe that our results in September are an indication that we are heading in that direction. We continue to believe that demand for coal, both in the United States and abroad, is rebounding and getting stronger, with U.S. and Asian steel producers continuing to show positive signs."

Quest also stated that it anticipates announcing its complete third quarter operating results between November 14 and November 19, 2009.

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral-related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Opera 10

20.10.09 15:39

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesGwenco to Report September Coal Revenue ($235,000)

Gwenco to Report September Coal Revenue of $235,000 on 3,500 Clean Tons of Coal

* Press Release
* Source: Quest Minerals & Mining
* On 9:20 am EDT, Tuesday October 20, 2009

PATERSON, N.J., Oct. 20, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN - News) (Frankfurt:QMNMB.F - News), a Kentucky-based operator of energy and mineral-related properties, today announced coal revenues of $235,000 for the month of September 2009. For the month, Quest's operating subsidiary, Gwenco, Inc., produced and shipped 10,000 gross tons for the month, resulting in sales of 3,500 clean tons of coal.

Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, stated, "We are pleased to report that Gwenco generated $235,000 in coal sales in the month of September. We shipped approximately 10,000 tons to our buyers during the month, resulting in the sale of 3,500 clean tons of coal at $67.00 per ton. During September, we were able to operate without any significant delays or stoppages, which allowed us to achieve these revenue results. Furthermore, as the month progressed and we advanced further in the mine, we encountered thicker coal seams, which resulted in improved rates of recovery throughout the month.

"If we are able to continue operating as we have been, without any significant delays or mining stoppages, we anticipate that our recovery rates will continue to improve as the seams get thicker. Our goal for the Pond Creek mine remains to produce 20,000 gross tons per month with a 50% or greater recovery rate, and we believe that our results in September are an indication that we are heading in that direction. We continue to believe that demand for coal, both in the United States and abroad, is rebounding and getting stronger, with U.S. and Asian steel producers continuing to show positive signs."

Quest also stated that it anticipates announcing its complete third quarter operating results between November 14 and November 19, 2009.

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral-related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Contact:

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp.
Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr.
973-684-0035
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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

20.10.09 15:49
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91 Postings, 4510 Tage relookimmer diese Doppelpostings

zzzzz..........  :-))
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Opera 10

20.10.09 15:51
1

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshes;-)))

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

20.10.09 15:52

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesSales&Time

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

20.10.09 19:11

941 Postings, 4993 Tage kadmonnews auch bei reuters

http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/...0-Oct-2009+GNW20091020

sollte also stimmen.
versteh nicht ganz warum der kurs nicht anspringt?  

28.10.09 15:58

91 Postings, 4510 Tage relookChina Coal Imports Triple

China Coal Imports Triple, Dollar Mutes Equity Response
By the tickerspy.com Staff
On 12:04 pm EDT, Monday October 26, 2009
Buzz up!
Print

Companies: Alpha Natural Resources, Inc.Peabody Energy Corp.Evergreen Energy, Inc.

Shares of major U.S.-listed coal miners were up big on Monday before dollar strength weighed on commodities.
Related QuotesSymbol Price Change
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       BTU     40.40 -1.78
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       EEE      0.41 +0.01
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        HW      4.34 -0.06
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       MEE     28.98 -2.33
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According to Bloomberg, Chinese coal imports jumped by 7% from August to September - more than tripling on a year over year basis. The report cites economic recovery for the re-opening of small mines to meet growing demand.

Earlier this month we covered Barron's optimism for coal in 2009. The newspaper noted Peabody Energy (NYSE: BTU - News) as a potential beneficiary of a growing presence in Asia. The report said global coal use is projected to rise by 55% by 2025, and Bloomberg noted the commodity is used to generate 80% of China's power.

As a whole, the Coal Stocks Index turned negative after spending most of the morning in positive territory. Still it is outperforming the S&P 500 by more than 5% over the last month.

A midday jump in the U.S. dollar has weighed on commodity stocks, but China's Yanzhou Coal Mining (NYSE: YZC - News) is hanging onto a 3% gain. Massey Energy (NYSE: MEE - News), Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR - News), and Peabody are also in positive territory on the day.

Most of the coal sector got beat up last week. Evergreen Energy (NYSE: EEE - News), Patriot Coal (NYSE: PCX - News), and National Coal (NASDAQ: NCOC - News) are now off by double-digits in the last five sessions.

On a monthly basis, however, 12 of the Coal Stocks Index's 18 components are ahead by 9% or more. Top performers for the period include Utah-based small-cap play Headwaters (NYSE: HW - News) with an 17% run.

As of this writing, the Coal Stocks Index is one of the top-30 performing tickerspy Indexes over the last month, up by 8.5%.

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Opera 10

01.11.09 17:51

798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesQuest-News: Coal Seams Reach Even Higher

Quest Minerals & Mining Coal Seams Reach Even Higher

PATERSON, N.J., Oct. 29, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN) (Frankfurt:QMNMB.F), a Kentucky based operator of energy and mineral related properties, today announced that the coal seams operated under their wholly owned subsidiary, Gwenco, Inc., which span across six separate directional headings, have increased in height ranging from 40" to 44", to a now 42" to 55."

Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, noted, "This is just fantastic. The coal seams are more than 10 inches higher than they were two weeks ago! These optimal conditions provide a positive outlook towards concluding the year with some excellent production results."

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CONTACT:  Quest Minerals & Mining Corp.           Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr.           973-684-0035

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

02.11.09 19:20
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90 Postings, 4725 Tage timote111in Stuttgart

wurde heute schon 4x gehandelt
ist ja für die letzte Zeit schon rekordverdächtig

ausserdem Geld 597.500 zu Brief Stk.35.000
irgendie find ich das komisch!?



16:17:14 bB  0,004 50000
15:49:11 bB  0,004 30000
12:13:10 bG  0,004 1076440
09:10:15 bB  0,004 100000

Geld
0,003
Brief
0,004

Zeit
02.11. 18:50

Geld Stk.
597.500
Brief Stk.
35.000  

06.11.09 16:33
1

90 Postings, 4725 Tage timote111IN USA +47%

gibt es eigentlich news?
oder was soll das heute

0,0059 $ 0,004 $ 26.642 $ +47,49%  

06.11.09 17:56
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesNews: Gwenco Report October Coal Revenue $292.000

Quest Minerals & Mining Announces Increased Production Results for October

Gwenco to Report October Coal Revenue of $292,000 on 4,350 Clean Tons of Coal

PATERSON, N.J., Nov. 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN) (Frankfurt:QMNMB.F), a Kentucky based operator of energy and mineral related properties, today announced coal revenues of $292,000 for the month of October 2009. Quest's operating subsidiary, Gwenco, Inc., produced and shipped 11,000 gross tons for the month, resulting in sales of 4,350 clean tons of coal.

Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, stated, "We are pleased to report that Gwenco had an increase in coal sales of approximately 25% from the prior month of September. We shipped over 11,000 tons to our buyers during the month of October; ensuing sales in excess of 4,350 clean tons of coal at $67.00 per ton. This is largely due to the increased seam thickness that we have recently encountered. However, a 10% improvement in production was also a key factor.

"If we are able to continue operating as we have been, without any significant delays or mining stoppages, we anticipate that our production rates will continue to augment as we move towards these final months of the year. Our goal for the Pond Creek mine remains to produce 20,000 gross tons per month with a 50% or greater recovery rate, and we believe that we are getting closer with each passing month. We continue to believe that demand for coal, both in the United States and abroad, is rebounding and getting stronger, with U.S. and Asian steel producers continuing to show positive signs."

Quest also stated that it anticipates announcing its complete third quarter operating results between November 14 and November 19, 2009.

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CONTACT:  Quest Minerals & Mining Corp.           Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr.           973-684-0035

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

06.11.09 20:43
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206 Postings, 4901 Tage 041281HRQuest

ist immer für eine Überraschung gut !!

Schönes WE

HR  

09.11.09 15:04
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesNews: Explores Wash Plant Opportunity

Source: Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Explores Wash Plant Opportunity

PATERSON, N.J., Nov. 9, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Quest Minerals & Mining Corp. (Pink Sheets:QMIN) (Frankfurt:QMNMB), a Kentucky based operator of energy and mineral related properties, today announced that it is currently pursuing a prospective venture involving a coal washing plant in Martin County Kentucky.

Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr., President of Quest, stated, "This is a very exciting and unique endeavor for the company. Although any future plans would be completely speculative at this point, we are currently speaking with the leaseholders of this facility to see if any mutual business arrangements can be formed. Having a wash plant at our disposal would add an enormous range of opportunities. Not only does it cut down hauling costs and processing fees, but the operations alone would broaden the distribution channels and boost revenues from higher gross margins."

About Quest Minerals & Mining

Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., or Quest, acquires and operates energy and mineral related properties in the southeastern part of the United States. Quest focuses its efforts on properties that produce quality compliance blend coal. For more information on Quest Minerals & Mining Corp., please visit our website at www.questmining.net.

Forward-Looking Statements

This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although Quest believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of revenue producing operations, lack of working capital, debt obligations, judgments and lien claims against Quest and certain of its assets, difficulties in refinancing short term debt, difficulties identifying and acquiring complementary businesses, fluctuations in coal, oil & gas, and other energy prices, general economic conditions in markets in which Quest does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CONTACT:  Quest Minerals & Mining Corp.            Eugene Chiaramonte, Jr.           973-684-0035
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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

09.11.09 15:20
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesNews ... selten so eine leere Schei*e gelesen :-(

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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

12.11.09 22:10
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798 Postings, 5027 Tage heshesPreis steigt mit Volumen? Sind schon wieder News .

Der Preis steigt mit steigenden Volumen? Sind schon wieder News im Anflug ... hmm, na, leise laut so vor mich her gedacht ... da scheint jemand vielleicht evtl. etwas aus dem 10Q-Bericht erfahren haben ?!? ... grmpf.
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Alles wie immer IMHO! Das ist nur "meine" Meinung und dient nicht als Kauf- oder Verkaufsempfehlung. Jeder handelt auf eigenes Risiko. AYOR!

13.11.09 01:41
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795 Postings, 4720 Tage evens10Q ?

Bin schon auch ein bisserl gespannt!

Naja, einen Notvorrat hab ich mir schon wieder zugelegt!
Schaun mer mal was dabei rauskommt! ;.)  

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