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AUSTAR COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION
Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) project In The Cessnock Council Area of Operating Mine - Extn - Stage 3 type. For longwall extraction from panels A1 & A2 using a new method of longwall mining known as longwall top caving. For the construction and operation of some additional surface infrastructure including a larger capacity ventilation fan, downcast shaft, substation, nitrogen injection plant, tube bundle shed, and diesel storage and dispatch system, and for the upgrading of some existing surface infrastructure including the water treatment plant, and the water reticulation and pumping system. Click for more details...

COWAL GOLD PROJECT
New project of Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) project at Approx 45 km north east of, West Wyalong, NSW 2671. Includes production bores & pipeline across Lake Cowal. Click for more details...

HILLGROVE GOLD/ANTIMONY OPERATIONS
Water Pipeline New project In The Armidale Dumaresq Council Area. A utility pipeline/corridor between Gara dam and the mine. There are 2 options for the route of the pipeline. Polyethylene pipe. Trench installation. Click for more details...

DRAYTON COAL OPERATIONS EXTENSION PROJECT
Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) project for New development. Mining of an additional resource of 30 million tonnes from the Greta Coal Measures (targeting the Rowan formation) at a rate of up to 8 Mtpa to extend the mine life to 2017. The extension of mining will predominantly progress to the South of current operations; however, additional areas within the North and East of the project area are also proposed to be mined. The project will require some additional items of equipment to accommodate an increased rate of production such as: 1 x excavator, 3 x track dozers, 5 x 280 tonne rear dump trucks, 1 x additional drill, grader and watercart, plus other minor ancillary equipment. The existing Coal Handling Plant (CHP) & associated stockpile reclamation system will be upgraded in order to align the facilities with the proposed increase in annual production. A new 80 000 tonnes product coal stockpile & a 40 000 tonne domestic product coal stockpile are proposed to further assist production efficiencies. Minor changes to Drayton's water management system are also proposed to maximise water management & use at the mine. Drayton will continue to utilise dragline, excavators, loaders and a fleet of trucks to both uncover the coal & transport it to on-site processing and load-out facilities. Blasting will continue to be required to assist with overburden & coal extraction. Drayton will continue to utilise existing infrastructure such as administration offices, workshops, parking facilities, conveyors, coal handling facilities and coal stockpiles. Click for more details...

RAVENSWORTH COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION - RAVENSWORTH NORTH PROJECT
Operating Mine/S - Expansion project at Lemington Rd, Singleton, NSW 2330 in the Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields). A project to create a mining complex incorporating neighbouring open cut & underground operations at Ravensworth West, Narama and Cumnock No 1 Colliery & the surface facilities associated with Ravensworth Underground Mine (RUM) for mining up to 16million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of Run-Of-Mine (ROM) coal over an expected Life-of-mine (LOM) of 29 years. Establishment south of Davis Creek & west of Bayswater Creek of the new Ravensworth North Pit. Open cut operations to continue to involve prestripping, drill & blast overburden removal, coal extraction through blasting or bulldozer, transportation of the ROM coal by truck to stockpiles & then by conveyor to a local power station (Macquarie Generation) or the Ravensworth Coal Terminal (RCT). Expansion of the product coal capacity of the existing northerly Ravensworth Coal Handling & Preparation Plant (RCHPP) & RCT loadout facility to 20Mtpa. A new Raw Coal stockpile with associated conveyor & access bridge over the New England Highway to the RCT. At this coal terminal a new product coal stockpile as well as a water dam. A new rejects bin at the existing centrally located ROM pad along with new conveyor to link to the existing rejects conveyor. Establishment of new workshop & office facilities north of Davis Creek. Realignment of an existing 330kV transmission line & ancillary services. Construction of a mine access road along with realignment of Lemington Road involving a New England Highway intersection upgrade. A new explosives facility. Diversion of Emu Creek. A new main storage dam in the south of the project area with associated drains & pipelines. Expanded out of pit emplacement areas. New Cumnock 3 tailings dam to the south of the existing dams. Construction of temporary employee, maintenance & equipment storage facilities at the Narama operations. Click for more details...

SPRINGVALE COAL OPERATIONS DEWATERING BORE NO 8
Bore Holes/Pumps/Transformers/Switchroom/Tracks/Pipelines New project In The Lithgow Council Area. A project to install an additional 30ML/day dewatering bore (no 8) in a fenced compound. To include construction of 4 dewatering boreholes, each with a submersible pump. A high voltage switchroom & 2 x 11-3.3kV transformers. Installation of a buried water transfer pipeline along with 11kV cables. Upgrade of an access track. Click for more details...

MOUNT ARTHUR COAL OPERATIONS - WATER NETWORK UPGRADE
Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) New project at Denman Rd cnr Thomas Mitchell Dr 5km south of, Muswellbrook, NSW 2333. This type is Earthworks/Piping with Private ownership. Supply & installation of 25km of poly pipe. Relocation of pumps & pontoons & associated earthworks. Click for more details...

LIDDELL COAL OPERATIONS EXPANSION
Mining - Civil Services (Water distribution & pipelines, borefields) project at Old New England Hwy, Ravensworth, NSW 2330 for New. A project for a 5 year life-of-mine (LoM) extension by expanding the existing South pit followed by expansion of the Entrance pit after which a new MIA pit to be developed involving relocation of the current mine infrastructure area. Construction of a new conveyor & transfer point to link to the existing overland conveyor to allow transfer of up to 1.5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of coal to the Ravensworth coal handling & preparation plant (CHPP) now that the demolished Cumnock CHPP is no longer available to take excess run-of-mine (ROM) coal. A new 50,000t stockpile at the new conveyor & expansion of the existing ROM stockpile capacity to 200,000t as well as a new tailings emplacement area in the South Pit void. Associated infrastructure expected to include access & haul roads, surface water management systems, new dewatering bores for the Hazeldene, Entrance & South pit workings, an explosive reload facility, powerlines, pipelines & a water truck fill point. Click for more details...

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