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Alpha Natural Resources Announces Availability of First Quarter 2012 Financial Results

Monday, April 16, 2012

Alpha Natural Resources Announces Availability of First Quarter 2012 Financial Results16:15 EDT Monday, April 16, 2012BRISTOL, Va., April 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR), a leading U.S. coal producer, plans to report its first quarter 2012 results before the market opens on Thursday, May 3, 2012.  A conference call to review the results and current business conditions is scheduled to follow at 10:00 a.m. EDT that morning.The conference call will be webcast live on the Internet, and the webcast will be available for replay following the event.  The live webcast and the replay will be available on the company's investor relations Web site at http://alnr.client.shareholder.com/.  In addition, a telephonic replay will be available through May 17, 2012 by calling 877-660-6853 or 201-612-7415 and entering account number 328, then replay ID 392220.  Also, a podcast of the call will be available for downloading on the company's Web site following the call.About Alpha Natural Resources With $7.1 billion in total revenue in 2011, Alpha Natural Resources ranks as America's second-largest coal producer by revenue and third-largest by production. Alpha is the nation's largest supplier of metallurgical coal used in the steel-making process and is a major supplier of thermal coal to electric utilities and manufacturing industries. In 2011, the company had more than 200 customers on five continents. More information about Alpha can be found on the company's Web site at www.alphanr.com.SOURCE Alpha Natural ResourcesFor further information: Investors,Todd Allen, CFA, Vice President, Investor Relations, +1-276-739-5328, tallen@alphanr.com, or Media, Ted Pile, Vice President, Corporate Communications, +1-276-623-2920, tpile@alphanr.com, both of Alpha Natural Resources