Glencore/IRCA/SCAL – Rolleston Mine Expansion – Queensland - Project Profile
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Glencore plc (Glencore), IRCA Rolleston (IRCA) and Sumisho Coal Australia Pty Limited (SCAL) are undertaking the development of coal mine in Rolleston, Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the development of coal mine with a production capacity of 5MTPA of ore on 12,758ha of land. It includes the construction, development, and operation of surface open pit coal mine and associated infrastructure.
The project includes the construction of offices and workshops, ROM crushing plant, upgrade to the power supply, water supply and sewerage treatment systems, rail access, haul roads, stockpiles, potential relocation of Springwood Road, potential dams and levees and other related facilities.
AECOM Australia Pty Ltd, Joy Global Inc, and Caterpillar Inc were appointed as consulting engineers.
In April 2014, Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has been prepared on the project.
In October 2016, the project received approvals for the expansion.
Planning activities are underway.
The Rolleston Coal Mine project involves the development of coal mine with a production capacity of 5 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of ore on 12,758ha of land in Rolleston, Queensland, Australia.
The US$156 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of offices and workshops
2. Construction of ROM crushing plant
3. Upgrade of the power supply
4. Construction of water supply and sewerage treatment systems
5. Construction of rail access
6. Construction of haul roads
7. Construction of stockpiles
8. Construction of potential relocation of Springwood Road
9. Construction of potential dams and levees
10. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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