Lake Vermont Coal Project
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Lake Vermont Coal Project is a project proposed by Jellinbah Resources. The project is located 18 km north east of Dysart, in Central Queensland.
The proposed mine, which is subject to a feasibility study, has a notional commissioning date of 2013. The project would produce 4 million tonnes a year of coal and cost $200 million to construct. The project would employ 1500 during construction and 100 when operating.