New Hope Group is set to make 150 New Acland workers redundant by Friday as its stage three project continues to be in abeyance pending final approvals.
New Hope Group has welcomed a Queensland Court of Appeal judgement that a Land Court recommendation regarding a groundwater issue at the New Acland coal project was “infected by apprehension of bias.”
The Queensland Parliament’s relocation to the state’s north serves as an “important symbolic gesture” just as New Hope Group shed 150 jobs from its New Acland mine near Oakey yesterday.
New Hope Group is faced with a looming deadline over its stage three New Acland coal expansion project in Queensland, which requires approval from the state government.
New Hope Group produced 40 per cent more coal during the quarter ending April against a year ago after twice increasing its stake in the Bengalla joint venture in New South Wales.
New Hope Group has put an end to a protracted legal battle with the granting of an environmental approval for its New Acland coal mine stage three project in Darling Downs.
New Hope Group has advanced to the next step of the embattled New Acland coal mine stage three project approvals process as it seeks final go ahead for the long-awaited development this year.
Koala populations in the area of New Hope’s New Acland coal mine in Queensland have remained relatively stable over the past two decades, the results of an independent scientific study showed.
New Hope has sealed the deal on its acquisition of Wesfarmers’ stake in the Bengalla joint venture (JV) in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales.
New Hope Corporation has secured deals with minority partners Taipower and Mitsui to cement a controlling stake in the Bengalla thermal coal mine in New South Wales.
New Hope Corporation has made a binding commitment with Wesfarmers to double its interest in the Bengalla joint venture (JV) for $860 million.
The Queensland Mining Awards has announced its cohort of finalists, ranging from small, locally owned companies such as Mackay-based QCCS and HMA Wear Solutions, to large contractors such as Downer, McLanahan and Wolff and producers Rio Tinto.
The Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) has criticised an enterprise agreement by energy company New Hope Group at its West Moreton coal operations in Ipswich, Queensland.
New Hope Corporation’s proposed expansion of the New Acland coal mine in Queensland’s Darling Downs, dogged by litigation from local landowners, has received a major boost following a decision by the Supreme Court in Brisbane.
Rio Tinto has offloaded its 40 per cent stake in the Bengalla coal mine to New Hope for US$606 million.
Reports have emerged that New Hope Group is the latest company interested in Rio Tinto’s Australian coal assets.
Approval for expansion of the New Acland coal mine, will provide opportunities for up to several hundred new jobs across construction and operation.
Announcing it has lost confidence in the Dart Energy board, shareholder New Hope Corporation has appointed a new board to lead the coal seam gas explorer.
305 Queensland coal jobs hang in the balance as approval for the expansion of New Hope’s New Acland coal mine approaches decision day.
New Hope is planning on securing an alternative fuel supply for some of its operations by building a coal to diesel plant at the Jeebropilly mine in Queensland.