PHI Group CEO Henry Fahman Speaks at Annual Asia Mining Congress in Singapore

NEW YORK, NY and SINGAPORE--(Marketwired - Apr 8, 2015) - PHI Group, Inc. (OTC PINK: PHIL) and (NASDAQ: PHIL), a U.S. public company engaged in energy and natural resources, announced today that its Chairman and CEO Henry Fahman will be a speaker at the 11th Annual Asia Mining Congress held on May 25-27, 2015 at Suntec Convention Center, Singapore.

PHI Group is engaged in energy and natural resources and focused on both conventional energy and renewables. The Company has purchased the land to build a 200,000 MT wood pellet plant in Live Oak, Florida, U.S.A. in conjunction with AG Materials, LLC and currently considers acquiring a producing wood pellet mill in the Southeastern United States.

The Company has also partnered with a South Kalimantan-based company with its own coalmines and jetty that is able to supply over six million metric tons of coal per year (4,200 - 6,400 Kcal/Kg). In addition, PHI Group cooperates with Fusion Crest, a Malaysian company, to set up an oleochemical plant in Johor, Malaysia. For additional information, visit the Company's website:

About Asia Mining Congress:
Organized by Terrapinn, ( is the specialized leading regional mining investment forum for the Asian commodity market, connecting expertise from across the mining industry, from the majors and the mid-tiers with some of the world's leading commodity investors. It brings together international investors, mining companies, governments and regulators, and mining service and solution providers to network, share market knowledge, raise capital, attract investment, introduce latest technologies and innovations, promote new services, and a lot more. Covering all of the strategically interesting commodities and with a focus on Asian markets, Asia Mining Congress showcases the best of investment opportunities current in the market today. For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, contact Maricel Montilla at

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