Mastermyne was last week awarded a roadway development contract at Whitehaven Coal’s Narrabri mine in New South Wales.
New paperless fleet management systems are lifting productivity on a NSW coal mine.
A front end loader has reversed into a light vehicle at Whitehaven’s coal mine’s CHPP. The incident occurred on 12 March, eight hours into the shift, fortunately no one was injured. Only two employees were working at the coal stockpile area at Whitehaven’s Coal Handling and Preparation Plant at the time, with the leading hand … Continue reading Light vehicle and loader collide on coal mine
Anti-mining activists have locked themselves to a conveyor at Whitehaven Coal’s Narrabri mine.
Whitehaven Coal has struck a Native Title Agreement with the Gomeroi Nation which will see access granted for the use of 300 hectares of land in the Gunnedah Basin.
Whitehaven Coal has applied to extend the life of mine at the closed Sunnyside Coal mine.
Whitehaven Coal lifted production by 66 per cent in in the June quarter due to the continued ramp up of Maules Creek mine.
Tax breaks enjoyed by anti-mining groups are likely to undergo greater scrutiny after receiving significant attention at the Minerals Council of Australia conference in Canberra.
Two anti-mining activists faced Gunnedah Local Court on Monday after using cement to lock themselves inside the Whitehaven Coal Washery last year.
Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek mine is over 93 per cent complete, with the company already producing 1.1 million tonnes of coal at the project in the March quarter.
Whitehaven Coal has secured a $1.4 billion senior secured bank facility.
Maules Creek community worker and horse trainer Ann-Marie Rasmussen is the latest activist to participate in a tree sit in protest of Whitehaven Coal’s new mine.
A mother and daughter have been arrested after occupying a tree for 20 hours in protest of Maules Creek mine.
‘Bat Attack’ protests are continuing at Maules Creek mine, with activists occupying trees in a bid to stop clearing activity.
The six day ‘bat attack’ rally kicked off in the Leard State Forest over the weekend with activists locking themselves to bulldozers at the Maules Creek mine site.
Former Wallabies captain David Pocock has beat all charges following his arrest for protesting against the Maules Creek coal mine.
The falling price of coal has been blamed for Whitehaven Coal’s first-half loss of $79 million.
Activists at Maules Creek mine are at it again, with Golden Guitar winner Luke O’Shea locked to a water pump at the site.
Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek mine has produced 94,000 tonnes of coal so far, with the company hoping to ramp this up to 6 million tonnes by March.
Maules Creek mine has delivered its first load of coal to the port of Newcastle as the project works to ramp up to full production.