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

Gunnedah losing out as miners lure skilled labourer | see

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

World Water Day at leewood waste water facility | see

Gunnedah coal trains TT113, TT132 & 9304 | see

Hunter 5 - Ulan coal trains | see

What Fellas Say About ARG - 2 | see

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

Gunnedah Interview 1 | see

Central Queensland 2007 | see

Liverpool Plains, No Coal, No Gas | see

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

The long coal train | see


The Santos Narrabri Gas Project won’t have a detrimental impact on water | see

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

International Women's Day in Gunnedah | see

California's Electric Grid | see

Coal seam gas forum Sydney Uni.wmv | see

Road trains and coal train loading facility | see

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

RailGallery_20170602_726 | Central Queensland Coal Network | see

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

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

Rolling Strikes to Begin At BHP Billiton Mine Tonight | see

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


NEWCASTLE - Beach Harbour Headland - TIMELAPSE - GoPro Hero | see

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

EnergyAsia Interview: IBC Informa Asia (2) | see

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

Outback | Wikipedia audio article | 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.


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.