MOUNT PLEASANT COAL PROJECT - PRODUCT COAL OUTLOADING

3km West of, MUSWELLBROOK, New South Wales, Australia. 2333

Estimated Value $10 million

Development Train loader/rail loop/conveyor

Main Category Mining - civil services

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About This Project


Approval in hand for a product coal reclaiming system & rail car loading facility of 5000tph approx capacity on a rail line/loop to accommodate 2 x 9000t capacity trains. Late 2010 alternative proposal for transport of product coal by conveyor to the Bengalla Rail Spur loading facility. To comprise a 6.7km long x 30m wide conveyor/service corridor to include the overland conveyor (surge bin/s, train loading bin, access roads, sediment dams/sumps, laydown areas), sealed service road & associated drainage (minor catch drains & dams). Both the proposed rail loop & conveyor would require an underpass beneath Wybong Road. Only one of the options to be constructed.

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Type TRAIN LOADER/RAIL LOOP/CONVEYOR
Dev Type New
Status Commenced
Stage CONSTRUCTION
Ownership 1
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 15/04/17
Completion Date 31/12/17
First Reported Date 07/11/07

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