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       (A joint stock company incorporated in the People’s Republic of China with limited liability)
                                          (Stock Code: 1898)

VOTING RESULTS OF 2006 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON 15 JUNE 2007

 The board of the directors of the Company (“Board”) is pleased to announce that the
 annual general meeting (“AGM”) of China Coal Energy Company Limited (the
 “Company”)was held on 15 June 2007 and the resolutions proposed in the circular of the
 Company dated 27 April 2007 were duly passed by the shareholders of the Company (the
 “Shareholders”) by way of a poll.

Results of the AGM

The Board is pleased to announce that the AGM was held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 15 June
2007 at 1st Floor, No. 1, Huangsidajie, Chaoyang District, Beijing, the People’s Republic of
China. The holding of the AGM was in compliance with the requirements of the Company
Law (amended in 2005) of the People’s Republic of China and the provisions of the Articles
of Association of the Company. Mr. Jing Tianliang, the chairman of the Company, chaired the
AGM.

The poll results in respect of the proposed resolutions at the AGM are as follows:

                                                                           Total number of votes
                ORDINARY RESOLUTIONS
                                                                             For        Against
1. To consider and approve the 2006 report of the board                 9,093,332,080    2,000
   of directors of the Company (the “Board of                            (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   Directors”).
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
2. To consider and approve the 2006 report of the          9,093,332,080      2,000
   supervisory committee of the Company (the                (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   “Supervisory Committee”).
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
3. To consider and approve the 2007 emoluments             9,108,616,124     189,400
   distribution policy for directors and supervisors (non- (99.99792%) (0.00208%)
   employee representatives) of the Company.
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.




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                                                                 Total number of votes
               ORDINARY RESOLUTIONS
                                                                   For        Against
4. To consider and approve the 2006 report of the             9,107,836,524    1,000
   auditors and Company’s audited financial statements         (99.99999%) (0.00001%)
   for the year ended 31 December 2006.
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
5. To consider and approve the re-appointment of YueHua 9,108,944,524          1,000
   CPAs as the Company’s domestic auditor and                (99.99999%) (0.00001%)
   PricewaterhouseCoopers as the Company’s
   international auditor for the financial year of 2007 and
   the authorisation of the Board of Directors to fix their
   respective remuneration.
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
6. To consider and approve the 2006 profit distribution     9,082,622,124 26,183,400
   plan.                                                     (99.71255%) (0.28745%)
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
7 To consider and approve the 2007 capital expenditure 9,094,440,080           2,000
   budget.                                                   (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   As more than 50% of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the resolution
   was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.
                                                               Total number of votes
                SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS
                                                                 For          Against
8 To consider and approve the Rules of Procedure for        9,107,363,524      2,000
   the Shareholders’ General Meeting.                        (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   As more than two-third (2/3) of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the
   resolution was duly passed as a special resolution.
9 To consider and approve the Rules of Procedure for        9,107,363,524      2,000
   the Board of Directors.                                   (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   As more than two-third (2/3) of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the
   resolution was duly passed as a special resolution.
10 To consider and approve the Rules of Procedure for       9,107,363,524      2,000
   the Supervisory Committee.                                (99.99998%) (0.00002%)
   As more than two-third (2/3) of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the
   resolution was duly passed as a special resolution.
11 To consider and approve general mandate to issue         8,353,914,844 761,411,380
   shares.                                                   (91.64691%) (8.35309%)
   As more than two-third (2/3) of the votes were cast in favour of this resolution, the
   resolution was duly passed as a special resolution.

Poll voting for Resolutions 1 to 11 was demanded by the chairman of the AGM.
Computershare Hong Kong Investor Services Limited, the Company’s H share registrar acted
as the scrutineer in respect of the voting at the AGM and performed calculation to obtain the
above poll voting results based on the completed and signed poll voting forms collected by
the Company.




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As at the date of the AGM, the total number of issued shares of the Company was
11,733,330,000 shares. The total number of shares entitling the holder to attend and vote for
or against all the Resolutions was 11,733,330,000 shares, representing 100% of the total
issued share capital of the Company. There were no restrictions on any shareholder casting
votes on any of the Resolutions at the AGM. The Shareholders, holding in aggregate
9,115,326,224 shares, representing about 77.69% of the existing issued share capital of the
Company were present in person or by proxy at the AGM.

PAYMENT OF FINAL DIVIDEND

As the Company was only listed on 19 December 2006, the Board decides not to recommend
payment of a dividend in respect of the balance of the net profit of RMB 148 million (net
of 10% set aside for the statutory common reserve fund) of the Company for the period
between 1 December 2006 and 31 December 2006. The above balance will be allocated
together with the net profit available for distribution to be generated in 2007.

As at the date of this announcement, the executive directors of the Company are Jing
Tianliang, Yang Lieke and Peng Yi; the non-executive director of the Company is Zhang
Baoshan; and the independent non-executive directors of the Company are Gao Shangquan,
Zhang Ke, Peng Ru Chuan, Wu Rongkang and Li Yanmeng.

                                                           By Order of the Board
                                                    China Coal Energy Company Limited
                                                               Jing Tianliang
                                                                  Chairman

Beijing, PRC, 15 June 2007

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Please also refer to the published version of this announcement in South China Morning Post.




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