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New Senior Vice President for Drummond

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World Coal,

Drummond Company Inc. has appointed Nathaniel Drummond as Senior Vice President of the company.

Nathaniel joined Drummond in May 2013 as Vice President of Drummond Coal Sales. He was subsequently promoted to Senior Vice President of Sales in 2016.

"Nathaniel has been instrumental in the expansion of Drummond's coal sales in international markets, including Europe, Asia and Latin America," said Mike Tracy, CEO of Drummond. "His experience, problem solving skills and leadership abilities will be an important addition to Drummond Company's senior management team."

In his new position within Drummond Company, Inc., Nathaniel Drummond will be working very closely with the CEO. He will be engaged in numerous areas of the company, including mine operations, coke production and marketing, finance and administration, procurement, and governmental relations.

Nathaniel has experience in the coal industry and with his involvement with all areas of the company it is reported that he will strengthen his knowledge base and take on additional responsibilities.

"I am very confident in Nathaniel's knowledge, skills and abilities. We have a strong leadership team at Drummond and Nathaniel will be a welcomed addition to this team. We have great expectations for Nathaniel's contributions and success in the future with Drummond Company Inc.” said Tracy.

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