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Businesses encouraged to comment on JV
An environmental impact statement (EIS) for the proposed United Wambo JV mining operation, involving Glencore and Peabody Energy, has been submitted to the Department of Planning & Environment, and is on public exhibition until the 22nd September 2016.
The project is seeking approval for the development of a “brownfields” open cut mine, which will see the combination of existing operations at Wambo open cut mine, operated by Peabody, and the coal reserves at United underground mine, which is owned by Glencore (95%) and CFMEU (5%) that is presently in care & maintenance. READ MORE
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