Suttor Creek East coal project

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Suttor Creek East coal project is a coal prospect in the Bowen Basin in Queensland held by Queensland Coal Corporation, a privately-owned coal company. The prospect is estimated to have an estimated 2.6 billion tonnes in total reserves of coking and thermal coal which would be mined via an underground mine.[1]

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  1. Queensland Coal Corporation, "About Us", Queensland Coal Corporation website, accessed July 2010.

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