Vale buys Mitsui’s stake in Moatize amid plan to exit coal

Vale SA (NYSE: VALE) has inked a deal to acquire Mitsui & Co’s stake in the Moatize metallurgical and thermal coal mine […]
The Moatize mine in Mozambique has been producing coal since September 2011, and represents Vale’s biggest investment within the segment. (Image courtesy of Vale SA.)

Vale SA (NYSE: VALE) has inked a deal to acquire Mitsui & Co’s stake in the Moatize metallurgical and thermal coal mine and port project in Mozambique, as the Brazilian miner works to exit the fossil fuel and become carbon neutral by 2050.

The company is buying the 15% interest in the venture held by Japanese trading company Mitsui for a token fee ($1), as well as Mitsui’s interests in the Nacala Logistics Corridor (NLC) — railroad connecting the mine to a nearby port.

Vale’s plan is to consolidate both assets ahead of a future sale that will allow it to kiss coal goodbye.

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