Czech Coal resumes supplies to Opatovice but says it will appeal court ruling.

By bne IntelliNews June 28, 2012
Miner Czech Coal has resumed coal deliveries to power plant Elektrarny Opatovice following a court ruling but the company said it will appeal the verdict, CTK newsier reported. The regional court at Usti nad Labem ruled on June 25 that Czech Coal should resume coal deliveries to Elektrarny Opatovice. Czech Coal stopped supplying the plant on June 7 over an alleged debt of about CZK 0.5bn. Elektrarny Opatovice is owned by power group Energeticky a prumyslovy holding (EPH), which together with Czech Coal are considered two of the potential buyers of CEZ's coal burning power plants Pocerady and Chvaletice.
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