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February 14, 2016 6:20 AM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Glencore Ltd.

Company Overview

Glencore Ltd. provides commodity mining and trading services. The company was formerly known as Clarendon, Ltd. and changed its name to Glencore Ltd. in February, 1984. The company is based in Stamford, Connecticut. Glencore Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Glencore Plc.

301 Tresser Boulevard

14th Floor

Stamford, CT 06901

United States

Phone:

203-328-4900

Fax:

203-328-3177

Key Executives for Glencore Ltd.

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Glencore Ltd. Key Developments

Cunningham Holdings, Inc. Sues Chemoil Corporation and Glencore

Cunningham Holdings Inc. recently filed a wide sweeping counter lawsuit against Chemoil Corporation and Glencore Ltd. The lawsuit alleges fraud, unjust enrichment and conversion among other counts and seeks more than $890 million in damages. Cunningham Holdings and Chemoil entered into a joint venture in 2013 to market petroleum products, including renewable fuels, using Cunningham Holdings’ sophisticated enterprise resource management systems. According to the lawsuit, in May of 2014, Chemoil and Glencore Ltd. failed to meet contractual obligations and began to withhold all supplies of fuel to the joint venture. The lawsuit stated the joint venture would have generated profits in excess of $800 million by the end of fiscal year 2017. In addition, the lawsuit stated that Chemoil and Glencore Ltd. failed to disclose to Cunningham Holdings and the joint venture that Chemoil and Glencore Ltd. filed for and received federal excise tax credits, Renewable Identification Number (RIN) credits and California Low Carbon Fuel Standard carbon credits, known as CI Credits, worth more than $142 million. The counter lawsuit, filed in Superior Court of California, alleges breach of the joint venture agreement, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion, fraud and deceit (concealment), conspiracy to commit fraud, fraud and deceit (false promise), unjust enrichment, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and intentional interference with prospective economic advantage.

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