As plans progress for a coal project, 2,300 jobs in construction and operational roles are in the pipeline for Queensland, details Projectory.
With a four-year contract extended at a major Queensland coal mine site, all major plant and equipment will be supplied with a capital spend of about $11 million in the first year alone.
60 regional new-to-industry recruits from Queensland are being offered a career in the mining industry through paid truck hauling traineeships, reports Projectory.
Federal authorities have added their tick of approval to a planned $342 million expansion of a coal mining facility in the Macarthur region, on Sydney’s south-west fringe.
A plan has been revealed for a $129 million expansion of a coal mine in the Hunter region of NSW.
A project in north Queensland is set for full-scale production of hard coking coal ready for export next month.
An awarded extension for mining services means almost 300 additional jobs are in the works at Queensland’s Carmichael site in the Galilee Basin.
Federal approval has been granted for the $607 million extension of a coal mine in the New England region of NSW.
A proposed $35 million mine extension project in the Illawarra region of NSW has been granted Federal Government approval.
A planned $922 million coal project in the NSW Southern Highlands has been rejected by planning authorities.