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Jul

EOI FOR PORT OF ABBOT POINT TERMINALS 4-7

477160_1153934Waratah Coal Pty Ltd (“Waratah Coal” or the “Company”), an exploration and coal development company, has lodged an application with the North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation (NQBP) to bid for one tranche of the Port of Abbot Point Terminals 4-7 program.

Waratah Coal is focused on developing its proposed ‘Galilee Coal Coal Project’, which is located in the undeveloped Galilee Basin in Central Queensland. The $8 billion Galilee Coal Project includes a large scale thermal coal mine near Alpha, west of Emerald. The complex will include four underground mines, two surface mines and associated coal handling and processing facilities. The mine will be linked to a new coal terminal at Abbot Point near Bowen by a new 471km standard gauge, heavy haul railway line.

Waratah Coal is the coal development company of the Mineralogy Group. Mineralogy operates Queensland Nickel in Townsville as a wholly-owned subsidiary. As a diversified resources company, our vision is to capitalise on the growing demand for resources primarily in the People’s Republic of China through the cooperative development of large-scale projects with PRC-based companies. Read more

1
Jul

INFASTRUCTURE FACILITY OF SIGNIFICANCE FOR WARATAH RAIL

Waratah Coal Pty Ltd (“Waratah Coal” or the “Company”), an exploration and coal development company, has lodged an application for the rail corridor of its proposed ‘Galilee Coal Project’ to be approved as an Infrastructure Facility of Significance (IFS).

The project is located in the undeveloped Galilee Basin in Central Queensland. The $8 billion project includes a large scale thermal coal mine near Alpha, west of Emerald. The complex will include four underground mines, two surface mines and associated coal handling and processing facilities. The mine will be linked to a new coal terminal at Abbot Point near Bowen by a new 471km standard gauge, heavy haul railway line.

The Office of the Coordinator-General has received Waratah’s IFS application for the rail corridor and a review is pending. Read more

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