According to Southern Times Africa, the company revealed that members of its management team have travelled to India and China to seek strategic partners for its Botswana-based Sese Coal and Power Project located in the northern part of the country. In April, the company had a trial coal export of a 25-metric-ton wagon to Maputo, Mozambique, as it plans to open the country second coal mine next year and export coal to India and China. The first shipment was symbolic to show that it is possible in the short term to move coal to a port using the existing rail infrastructure making it available to Asian markets.