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First coal expected within months at $21B mining project

Workers at the Carmichael Coal Project. (Photo credit Adani Australia)
Workers at the Carmichael Coal Project. (Photo credit: Adani Australia)

A foreign backed $21 billion resources development will start delivering coal sometime next year.

Adani Australia recently confirmed work is “well and truly underway” at its Carmichael Coal Project, 160 km northwest of Clermont.

Adani Mining chief executive Lucas Dow revealed the India-headquartered proponent expects to deliver first coal sometime in the year 2021.

He also told a Bowen Basin Mining Club luncheon the outcome of the procurement process for a main civil contractor will also be announced shortly, with several work opportunities to be created within months.

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The proponent has already announced tenders worth more than $750 million and is upbeat about the future of coal, predicting demand for coal fired power in the Asia Pacific region will jump 80 per cent by the year 2040.

Dow believes this soaring demand for coal production is a unique opportunity for the Australian resources sector that could provide wealth for multiple generations while, at the same time, producing cleaner coal.

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He also rejected anti-mining activists who used democratic freedoms to spread “lies and mythology” about the project.

The project site has already welcomed at least 200 mine workers.

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