WCPL – Galilee Coal Rail Line – Queensland - Project Profile
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Waratah Coal Pty Ltd (WCPL) is planning to undertake the Galilee Coal Rail Line Project near Alpha in Central Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of 453km Standard Gauge rail from the coal mine to Abbot Point. The project will include the construction of warehouse stations, a road crossing, the installation of safety and signaling systems and the construction of other related infrastructure facilities.
Aurecon Australia Pty Ltd and WorleyParsons Ltd have been appointed as the consulting engineers, HopgoodGanim Lawyers as legal advisor, China Metallurgical Group Corporation as the EPCM contractor.
In February 2011, WCPL submitted the environmental impact statement (EIS) to the Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning.
On August 9, 2013, the project secured environmental impact assessment (EIA) approval, subject to strict development and operating conditions. However, the project will also require Commonwealth assessment and approval.
WCPL is in the process of seeking approval.
The project involves the construction of a 453km standard gauge rail from the coal mine to Abbot Point in Galilee Basin near Alpha in Central Queensland, Australia.
The US$7,200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 453km rail line
2. Construction of warehouse stations
3. Installation of safety systems
4. Installation of signaling systems
5. Construction of road crossings
6. Laying of tracks
7. Construction of other related facilities
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