Coal mines legislation nsw

coal mines legislation nsw

How regional towns benefit from mining in NSW | see

NSW Greens - phase out coal mining policy - Jeremy Buckingham | see

New WHS mining laws are here – are you ready? | see

[Legislative Council] 2R - Coal Industry Amendment Bill 2018 | see

Bedrock Platinum Exploration Tile One - Rimfire Pacific Mining NL, Fifield NSW | see

[Legislative Council] 2R - Mining and Petroleum Legislation Amendment Package of Bills 2015 | see

NSW Mining OHS: How has the industry changed? | see

Historic Mining Photographs from the 1900 Annual Report of the NSW Department of Mines (slide show) | see

Mining law lecture 2014 | see

Mining Act Amendment Bill - Edited Highlights | see

Land Use Facts - Mining a small land user in NSW | see

People vs Coal Company | see

River encased in concrete: Glencore Xstrata's mine mistake in conservation area Mt Sugarloaf, NSW | see

Frontline Action on Coal: Act Up 3 | see

Who or What is an Open Cut Examiner? | see

Northparkes Managing Director Stefanie Loader at NSW Mining Health and Safety Conference 2014 | see

Act now: clean skies to save lives | see

WEko Mining Safety Act 1997 & Regulations Review | see

Save Liverpool Plains | see

Mining Legislation Amendment (Uranium Exploration) Bill 2012 - Andrew Rohan | see

Centennial Coal - Myuna Colliery: Save Our Cables Program | see

Mine Safety | see

Maules Creek Call to Action: Leard Act Up! | see

Kukes miners learn about their rights in health and safety at work | see

Lightning Ridge Town Meeting 2013: NSW Goverment Needs to act | see


Greens NSW lodge protest against poles and wires lease legislation | see

The Mine Subsidence Board | see

Maules Creek Mine Blockade: Stop the Mine, Save Leard Forest. | see

Act - NSW Rural Fire Service advertisment 2011 | see

Pat Murphy's 'living nightmare' coal mine | see

Stop Maules Creek Coal Mine ACT UP 3 | see

[Legislative Council] QWN - Coal Industry Workers Compensation | see

NSWMC OHS Conference 2011 Welcome & | see

SINGLETON 2330 NSW Australia | see

Confirm That Federal Govt Has Given Approval To Carmichael Coal Mine: EDO NSW - Oct 15 | see

NSW 8108+8116 Empty Coal Train 42 Car Hanbury Jct 1987 | see

S2 EP12 Mudgee Junior Rugby League Club NSW | see

The Mine Subsidence Board - Enquiries | see

Coonamble Community Rallies against Coal Seam Gas | see

Frontline Action on Coal: Australian Religious Response to Climate Change | see

NSW Premier, Mike Baird, visits Whitehaven Coal's Maules Creek Project | see

Mine expansion in court over climate change impact | see

Ramesh Agrawal - Protect Sydney’s water catchment. | see

Leard blockade | see

The Mine Subsidence Board - Heritage | see

The Mine Subsidence Board - Surface Development Guidelines | 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.