Scadden mine

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The Scadden mine is a proposed lignite mine near Esperance in Western Australia. The exploration licence for the lignite deposit is held by Blackham Resources.

Approximate location only: See map [1]

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Blackham Resources susbidiary, Scadden Energy, is a 70% shareholder in the Scadden Energy Project, a notional coal-to-liquids and/or coal export project.[1]

The Scadden Energy Project notionally involves the mining of 8 million tonnes of lignite a year from the proposed mine and either processing it in an adjoining coal-to-liquids plant,[2] exporting the coal or generating electricity for the local market.

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References

  1. Blackham Resources, "Blackham reports further positive drilling results at Scaddan", Media Release, 14 March 2011, page 3.
  2. Blackham Resources, "Scadden Energy Project location", Blackham Resources website, accessed November 2012.

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Blackham Resources announcements about the Scadden project

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