DBCT – Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Expansion – Queensland - Project Profile
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Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Pty Ltd (DBCT) plans to expand the existing terminal in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the expansion of the existing terminal capacity from 85MTPA to 153MTPA. The project will be developed in stages.
Stage 1 (Zone 4) includes the expansion of the terminal capacity from 85MTPA to 89MTPA.
Stage 2 (DBCT 8X) includes the expansion of the terminal capacity from 89MTPA to 100MTPA.
Stage 3 (DBCT 9X) includes the expansion of the terminal capacity from 100MTPA to 135 MTPA.
Further stages will be revealed later.
The project will also include the construction of shipping berths, gigantic stockyards to store the coal, a jetty and loading wharf, a land backed facility, a multi cargo facility, and other port facilities.
Flagstaff Consulting Group Pty Ltd has been appointed as the consulting engineer for the project.
In July 2010, Aurecon Hatch, a joint venture of Aurecon and Hatch, has been appointed to undertake studies. The scope of work consists of operational mode analysis, materials-handling configuration layouts, site earthworks arrangements, and studies to identify options and prepare comparative capital cost estimates.
On January 31, 2013, DBCT submitted the preliminary report to Queensland Competition Authority seeking assessment for the costs of the expansion study.
In April 2013, DBCT received approval to charge extra on the coal it handles, which would be used to fund the expansion study.
The project involves the expansion of the existing terminal capacity from 85MTPA to 153MTPA in Queensland, Australia.
The US$5,543 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of shipping berths
2. Construction of gigantic stockyards to store the coal
3. Construction of a jetty and loading wharf
4. Construction of a land backed facility
5. Construction of a multi-cargo facility
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