With Australia’s coal mining industry undergoing constant change, the Hunter Valley Coal Report keeps readers in touch with the events which effect them directly: Mine expansions, new developments, production statistics, contract and shipping details, port conditions. The Report provides accurate and timely information on individual companies
Coal mining became the dominant industry in Cessnock in the early twentieth century following the establishment of the South Maitland coalfields. The Hunter Valley Rothbury mine near Cessnock was the site of an infamous lockout in 1929. Due to difficult economic times, the mine owners operating in the Northern coalfields of NSW had decided to
The Hunter Valley Coal Report has been servicing the domestic and international coal mining communities for over twenty five years, keeping readers in touch with the events which effect them directly: Mine expansions, new developments, production statistics,
Mining and the Hunter Valley The Hunter The Hunter is home to more than 630,000 people living in a mix of urban centres and rural communities.1 The region is home to a diverse economy with significant industries including coal mining and power generation, viticulture, agriculture, thoroughbred horse breeding and tourism.
The Hunter Region is one of Australia's most famous wine-growing regions, known for both its red and white wine varieties. Coal mining. The most important economic activity in the valley is coal mining (through businesses such as Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton), mostly for export. The port at Newcastle is the world's largest export facility for
Hunter Valley Operations. Hunter Valley Operations (HVO), located 24 kilometres north-west of Singleton in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales (NSW), supplied international markets with more than 13 million tonnes of thermal and semi-soft coking coal in 2018.
Change and the Coal Industry. The coal mining industry has been the source of economic, industrial and community growth throughout the Hunter Valley. It has been the catalyst for the development of navigational and rail transportation in the Hunter and for the development of of the Newcastle Steel works. Coal mining has supplied electricity
Hunter Valley. The Hunter Valley coalfields contain larely thermal and soft coking coal. Mines near the eastern edge of the basin are spread along the Hunter Valley from Newcastle in the south to Muswellbrook in the north; many of these mines are open-cut. Further north mining also occurs at Yarrawonga near Gunnedah. Mines such as Ulan and
The Hunter Coal Festival is a celebration of the co-existence between the people and industries involved in the Hunter’s largest economic force. The festival is focused on the Hunter and Newcastle mining areas and includes various sporting events and functions, mine site tours and a mining careers day.
The Hunter Valley is a rich and unique agricultural area, with diverse industries, a magnificent river system and endangered woodlands- b ut all that is at risk from coal mining.. The Hunter has been a mining region for two centuries, but in recent years, coal companies have expanded into more and more sensitive areas, hemming in villages with larger and larger mines, making more noise, more
Organised by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service Singleton Volunteer Support Group as an annual fundraising event the A-Plus Contracting Hunter Valley Mining Charity Rugby League Knockout Competition has grown to become a premier charity rugby league competition held in the New South Wales, Hunter Valley region. The charity competition brings together over 400 coal mining
HUNTER VALLEY MINES GUIDE (including most NSW Mines) Published by Chris Hagan ABN. 26645723653 P.O Box 769 SINGLETON NSW 2330 AUSTRALIA Phone (+61) 0438235163 Email [email protected] huntervalleyminesguide / huntervalleyminesguide.au The 35th Edition HUNTER MINES GUIDE 2019/20 is available .
Hunter Energy is developing a model at the heart the energy transition from coal, to a reduced emission environment whilst maintaining the system reliability needed. Initially the Redbank plant will be refired and recommissioned in its existing form but with the goal of less emissions.
NSW mining history M ining has been part of NSW for more than 200 years, providing jobs, independence and wealth. No state has played a more prominent role in the history of Australian mining than NSW. Coal mining in Australia began near Nobbys Head in Newcastle in the 1790s, with the first coal shipm ent leaving Newcastle in 1799. This was Australia’s first commodity export.
The Coal Industry Centre provides onsite experiences for many groups within the community and visitors to the Hunter Valley. Through coordinating inspections of suppliers service providers and coal mine operators, visitors can choose a tour that best fits their level of interest.
Spread over 450km and growing, the Hunter Valley Coal Chain complexity is driven by the need to export very large coal volumes from a very concentrated network. Complexity is further compounded by the fact that there is no more than two weeks visibility on how many vessels are arriving and from which mines the coal needs to be transported.
On 20 September 2012, the Australian Government entered into an agreement with the NSW Government to undertake a strategic assessment of a biodiversity plan for coal mining in the Upper Hunter Valley, NSW. The strategic assessment will be undertaken in accordance with national environmental law, specifically section 146 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity
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Welcome to the CFMEU Northern Mining and New South Wales Energy District. Our District covers coal mining north of Sydney to the Queensland border along the eastern seaboard. We also cover workers in power generation all over NSW. Our largest concentration of members is in the Hunter Valley coal
Mt Arthur is the biggest coal mine in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia. Located near the town of Muswellbrook, the Mt Arthur coal mine produces thermal coal used for power generation and is sold in both the domestic and export markets.
Hunter Valley Coal Mining 2018; Share this product: Tweet; Newly updated from Business Maps Australia, this map contains up to date 2016 / 2018 information on the Coal deposits and mining infrastructure of the Hunter Valley and associated areas of New South Wales. As one of the major coal mining areas in Australia, the field also hosts the world's largest coal exporting port at Newcastle.
Coal from the Hunter Valley is transported either to nearby Newcastle, the largest coal export port in the world, or domestic coal-fired power stations elsewhere in the valley. Useful links: Hunter Councils; Hunter Valley Wine Country: local communities and townships; visitnsw Testimonials "Our family lived in Muswellbrook in the Hunter