The number of mining deals in Australia is rising, according to Ernst & Young’s (EY) third quarter global mining and metals M&A activity report.
NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee outlines coal’s future, and where it may lead the Hunter Valley.
The Hunter region has recorded rise in coal exports year on year, despite a drop in price.
Initial bids for Glencore’s Hunter Valley rolling stock and haulage assets are rolling in.
Glencore has announced it intends to sell its Hunter Valley coal rail assets.
Yancoal’s Donaldson coal operation will go into care and maintenance from June this year, in response to the global commodity downturn.
The planned large rail terminal and business park in the industrial area of Rutherford are currently under environmental investigations.
Rail freight in the Hunter Valley between Newcastle and Maitland remains shut down due to heavy flooding at Sandgate, impacting on coal transport in the region.
Rail lines have been closed between Newcastle and Maitland, leaving coal services on the Hunter Valley line temporarily suspended.
The Planning and Assessment Commission will today determine if Vale will be allowed to change its environmental conditions of consent for the Integra Mine Complex.
Mineworkers at Drayton South have protested against the knock-back of planning for an expansion to the Hunter Valley coal mine.
An expansion of Yancoal’s Ashton South East open cut coal mine will not go ahead after their appeal against environmental conditions was dismissed by the NSW Supreme Court.
The fate of the Ashton South East approval will be determined tomorrow in the NSW Supreme Court, although it is unclear whether Yancoal will proceed with the open cut coal mine if successful.
Austin Engineering has signed a joint venture with plant repair and maintenance company BK Plant Repairs and Maintenance.
Hunter Valley mine workers have made more claims about workplace bullying than any region in NSW, new figures show.
Reports have emerged that Glencore is in talks with Rio Tinto about the acquisition of a number of NSW coal assets.
Hundreds of people rallied in Newcastle yesterday to show their support for the region’s mining industry.
The NSW coal industry has lost another 225 jobs due to the global downturn in the price of coal.
The federal listing of 400 acres of critically endangered forest may threaten the approvals process for the Mt Thorley-Warkworth coal expansion project.
New research of community attitudes to mining across the Singleton Local Government Area shows the majority of participants support mining.