Alsons Consolidated Resources, Inc (ACR, the Company) has major investments in power generation and property development.
ACR’s interest in power generation is through Conal Holdings Corporation (Conal) and Alsing Power Holdings, Inc. (Alsing).
WMPC operates a 100 MW diesel-fired electricity generating facility in Zamboanga City under an 18-year “Build-Operate-Own (BOO)” agreement with National Power Corporation (NPC) until December 2015. SPPC operates a 55 MW diesel-fired electricity generating facility located in Alabel, Sarangani Province, also under a BOO agreement with NPC for 18 years until May 2016.
The Company through SEC is presently developing 200 MW Coal-Fired power plant in Maasim, Sarangani which is expected to be in commercial operations in 2015. ACR is also developing a 100 MW coal-fired power plant in Zamboanga City through a subsidiary, SRPI.
On May 18, 2012, ACR increased the authorized capital stock of SEC from P5 million to P4.25 billion. On July 6, 2012, ACR infused P265 million to SEC representing payment in the initial subscription. As of November 13, 2012, ACR is in the process of finalizing local banks for a P9 billion project loan to finance the construction of SEC.
The Company, through MPC, is also working to acquire from the Iligan City government the 102 MW bunker-fired Iligan Diesel Power Plants I and II (IDPP).
Property and Utility
ACR is engaged in property development through its subsidiary, Alsons Land Corporation (ALC). ALC has interests in Eagle Ridge Golf & Residential Estate (Eagle Ridge) and LiMA Technology Center (LTC).
Eagle Ridge is a joint venture project with Sta. Lucia Realty Development, Inc. (SLRDI). Eagle Ridge is a 700 ha project located in Gen. Trias, Cavite and the first 72-hole golf course development with a residential component in the Country. It is the only golf club in the Philippines with four completed signature golf courses and three fully operational clubhouses.
LTC is a 440 ha industrial estate located between the Lipa City and Municipality of Malvar in the Province of Batangas. The techno-park is a joint-venture with Marubeni Corporation of Japan under the corporation LLI.
To maximize the use of its landholdings, ALC launced “Campo Verde,” a joint venture with Sunfields Realty Development, Inc. The 11 ha property is located within LTC and an hour away Makati via the South Luzon Expressway.
To ensure the reliability of power and the quality and availability of water supply and wastewater treatment at LTC, LLI organized LUC and LWC.
ACR mining projects are pursued by a wholly owned subsidiary ACR Mining Corporation (ACRMC). ACRMC has a mining claim covered by MPSA 094-97-XL for 25 years or until 2022. Detailed work revealed an estimated resource of 2.7 million tons containing 2.8 g/t gold, 26 g/t silver, 0.09% copper, 0.85% lead, and 1.58% zinc.
On December 23, 2010, ACR purchased 29,149,000 shares or 2.46% interest of Indophil Resources, NL (Indophil) in the amount of P1.316 million. Indophil has 37.5% interest in the Tampakan Project as of December 31, 2011. 
- Indophil 2011 Annual Report, Note 19, p. 71, http://www.indophil.com/documents?category=Annual
- ACR Sec filings
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