Jellinbah East

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The Jellinbah East is a coal mine located 90 k m east of Emerald in the Bowen Basin of central Queensland, Australia. The current mine produces 4.0+ million tonnes per year.The mine is owned by Jellinbah Resources, a joint venture of Tremell Pty Ltd (40.08%), Queensland Coal Mine Management Pty Ltd (29.92%), Marubeni Coal Pty Ltd (15%) and Catherine Hill Resources Pty Ltd (15%).[1]

Expansion

The expansion project, which is currently subject to a prefeasibility study, has a notional commissioning date of 2014. The project would produce 1-2 million tonnes per annum of coking coal and cost $50-100 million to construct.[2]

Contact details

Website: http://www.jellinbah.com.au/

Articles and resources

References

  1. Jellinbah Resources, "Fast Facts", Jellinbah Resources website, accessed August 2010.
  2. Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, "Minerals and energy: Major development projects", April 2010. (Pdf). The list is also available in Excel format here.)

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