Coal mines gunnedah basin



coal mines gunnedah basin



Community Excellence - Whitehaven Coal Maules Creek (Aboriginal Employment) | see


Informa Interview - Dr Nikki Williams on Gunnedah Basin | see


Liverpool Plains, No Coal, No Gas | see


Gunnedah coal trains TT113, TT132 & 9304 | see


World Water Day at leewood waste water facility | see


#4 SAVE THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS - The Gomeroi Perspective | see


Empty Coal consist Queensland, Saraji, Bowen Basin. Goonyella Railway | see


Gunnedah losing out as miners lure skilled labourer | see


What Fellas Say About ARG - 2 | see


Crop Walk, Breeza Plain 1/10/14 | see


The Carbon War -- Dr Nikki Williams, ACA | see


GSNSW Surat Basement 20150831 | see


XRN's GLENCORE COAL TRAIN | see


ANZ hoaxer interview | see


Hunter 5 - Ulan coal trains | see


150225 Barnaby in QT on Shenhua Watermark mine | see


Evidence given against the CSG industry at the Bender inquiry | see


HUNTER VALLY COAL AND INTERMODAL TRAINS | see


Rally at "The role of Gas in Australia’s Energy Future" | see


Chris Hartcher speaks out on the dangers of coal seam gas exploration 3 May 2005 | see


#3 SAVE THE LIVERPOOL PLAINS: The Facts | see


Dr Nikki Williams, CEO NSW Minerals Council, on the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue | see


Utter Madness: How the gov't wants to destroy best farm land in Aust. | see


Gunnedah Interview 1 | see


The long coal train | see


Rolling Strikes to Begin At BHP Billiton Mine Tonight | see


EnergyAsia Interview: IBC Informa Asia (2) | see


Central Queensland 2007 | see


Road trains and coal train loading facility | see


Coal Seam Gas - Senator Bill Heffernan and NICNAS at Senate inquiry | see


RailGallery_20170602_726 | Central Queensland Coal Network | see


Senators debate farmers' concern about CSG compensation | see


Coal stock


Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.

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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.