BHP Queensland Returns to Business

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BHP Billiton’s workers are back on the clock following closure as a result of Cyclone Debbie cutting power, access and logistics. The mines in Queensland’s Bowen Basin are back in operation with all sites resuming – and the mine production making up for lost time.

Hay Point has also resumed operations and BHP will continue to monitor the impact the cyclone has had on production.

Rail provider Aurizon is still inspecting damage to its four coal rail systems – the Newlands, Goonyellla, Blackwater and Moura.

We’ll keep you up to date as further news comes to light.

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