The Queensland-based company had 126.2 million 15c options expiring last Wednesday and said more than 95% of holders exercised their options, boosting its cash balance to $30 million.
Tabalong is due to begin production early next year with low capital costs of less than $10 million.
The project has a 13.4 million tonne thermal coal resource and will produce around 500,000-750,000 tonnes per annum via an open pit operation.
The Mt Webber direct shipping ore project is managed by Atlas Iron, which holds a 70% stake.
Capital costs are less than $20 million and Altura’s share of the 3Mtpa production is 900,000tpa.
Funds will also be used to complete studies and resource definition at the Pilgangoora lithium project, as well as investigating further coal opportunities in Southeast Asia.
The company has a further 500,000 40c options due to expire on December 31, as well as 9.9 million 20c options to expire in September 2015.