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PALADIN ENERGY ADR (OTCMKTS:PALAY) announced financial results for recently concluded FY15. The biggest highlight of the quarter was sales revenue of $198.6 million.

Operational Highlights

In terms of production, Langer Heinrich Mine accounted for 1 5.037Mlb U 3 O 8 for the entire year, 13% down from the last year. LHM C1 unit cash cost of production for the year increased to $29.07/lb in 2015 as compared to last year’s $27.71/lb. The management team is optimistic about the growth during the coming months.

Sales And Revenues

PALADIN Energy sold 5.367Mlb U 3 O 8 throughout the year, accounting for a whopping $198.6M revenue. Average realized uranium sales for 2015 was $37.00/lb U 3 O 8, against TradeTech weekly spot price of $35.80/lb U 3 O 8.

Corporate Performance Highlights

It completed an initiative focused on equity capital raising during the year. The cornerstone strategic investor initiative named HOPU Clean Energy Pte. Ltd. was launched via 15% placement. With the help of this initiative as well as an entitled offer, PALADIN raised A$205 million in December 2014. It also issued convertible bonds worth $150 million in March 2015 with five years maturity term. There’s a repurchase transaction of convertible bonds worth $300 million is due in November 2015.

Financial Highlights

Total sales volume for the current year was accounted for 5.367Mlb U3O8, leading the company to make total sales revenue of $198.6M compared to previous year’s $328.8M. This represented a total negative growth of 39% YOY due to adverse market conditions and global volatility.

Gross profit for 2015 was $1.8 million as compared to the loss figure of $65.1 million in 2014. Total impairment for Queensland Exploration Asset was worth $180.8 million. Company’s net cash flow from operating activities was $24.7M after exploration expenditure of $1.6 million and net interest payment of $28.8 million. Cash flow from investing activities was $15.6 million. Total cash in hand and bank in June 2015 was $183.7 million.