A Roy Morgan snap survey poll representing the views of 1,547 adult Australians has found that a majority believe that the Adani thermal mine project in Carmichael — north of the Galilee Basin in Queensland — should not go ahead.
India’s Adani has chosen Townsville and Rockhampton as the Queensland cities to host the fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) hubs for the proposed Carmichael coal operation in the Galilee Basin.
AECOM technical director Maneesh Gupta has joined the roster of speakers that will present at the 2017 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne this month.
The US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEFFA) has reported on ABC’s Four Corners TV program that Adani’s Australian mining interests are at risk due to falling income from incurred debts on the Indian company’s Abbot Point coal terminal in Queensland.
Indian energy giant Adani Enterprises will start work on its Queensland-based Carmichael coal project in October and is targeting its first shipment by March 2020, according to reports. Reuters is reporting that Adani, which has said previously it needed to borrow under $2 billion to get the project off the ground, will funnel $400 million … Continue reading Adani to begin Carmichael coal project in October
Adani’s Abbot Point Bulk Coal has been issued a $12,190 fine for an unauthorised stormwater release from its coal handling facility during Tropical Cyclone Debbie which struck Queensland in March this year.
Federal parliament has passed changes to native title law, removing legal uncertainties surrounding development of Adani’s $16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine in Queensland.
The Queensland Government has signed a royalty agreement with Adani for the Carmichael coal project, bringing more certainty to its development.
The Queensland Government has unveiled a new resources policy on royalties, which will require Adani to pay all of its royalties for the Carmichael mine.
Indian based Adani has indefinitely deferred its final investment decision on whether to proceed with the Carmichael project creating a political stir in Queensland.
Adani is on track to announce plans to use steel from Arrium’s Whyalla steelworks for its railway line in the Galilee basin from its Carmichael project in Queensland.
Aurizon and Adani are vying for a government funded loan to develop a new railway for miners in the Galilee Basin, with Aurizon CEO Andrew Harding claiming its line would cost $1 billion less to build.
Adani’s Carmichael coal project in Queensland has received approval for a rail line and workers camp – its final major state and federal government approval.
Adani expects the Carmichael project to begin construction next year, following the Queensland Government’s decision to exempt it from new water legislation.
The Queensland Government has deemed Adani’s Carmichael project a ‘critical infrastructure’ as part of its efforts to advance the mine’s development.
Glencore and Adani have reached an agreement over the future of Queensland’s Abbot Point Coal Terminal.
The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) have launched another appeal against the Carmichael coal mine.
Adani has welcomed the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss Australian Conservation Foundation’s (ACF) efforts to prevent the development of the Carmichael mine.
Update: The Federal Court has dismissed the native title decision against Adani’s Carmichael mine with the company welcoming the result.
Downer EDI has signed a two year extension for mining services at Stanwell’s Meandu coal mine and a technical services agreement with Adani.