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Bowen Basin Coal Mines – BBUGS

The Bowen Basin covers an area of over 60,000 square kilometres in Central Queensland running from Collinsville to Theodore. There was a combined population of 41,973 people in the area in 2001. Bowen Basin Coal Mines. Most of the basin’s open cut and underground coal mines are located in the north. The basin had 48 operational coal mines

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BBUGS – Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society

The Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society Inc. (BBUGS) is a non-profit organisation with the aims of providing a friendly and confidential forum for mutual technical development, networking, expanding and sharing knowledge, special interest identification, specialist recognition, establishment of national links, expert opinion and influence in relation to the field of geotechnical ...

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Latest News – BBUGS

Gav was a well-loved and respected member of the BBUGS Committee and the coal mining community. He held positions as Treasurer, Secretary and Chairman over the many, many years he was involved with BBUGS. ... BBUGS is the Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society based in the Bowen Basin in Queensland, Australia. BBUGS is a society where ...

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Past Meetings – BBUGS - BBUGS – Bowen Basin ...

BBUGS is the Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society based in the Bowen Basin in Queensland, Australia. BBUGS is a society where geotechnical engineers can share experience in a friendly environment.

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Bowen Basin Hunter Valley Coal Mines - BOHOGS

Robert Logan Jack was a Queensland Government geologist who originally reported coal deposits in the basin in 1878. The area around Collinsville was first explored for resources in the 1920s. In 2006, 60% of Australia’s exported coking coal came out of the Bowen Basin. In 2010, nearly all the mines in the basin

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First Face to Face Meeting of 2021 – BBUGS

BBUGS was pleased to hold its first face to face technical meeting and mine site tour for 2021. It has been over 12 months since we have been able to organise mine site tour and BBUGS would like to thank Kestrel Mine and Ensham Mine for organising the mine tours.

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US experience brought to CQ coal mines - Industry

The Bowen Basin Underground Geotechnical Society will hold a special technical presentation on the history and application of yield pillars in longwall mines in the US. The presenter is Mike Gauna of the US Department of Labor. The fourth BBUGS Webinar of 2020 is on Thursday 12th November, from 8-9am. Webinar meeting request will be emailed to

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NEW Bowen Basin mine approved - not 100% FIFO

2021-9-22  A proposed new mine in the Bowen Basin mine has received the tick of approval from the miners’ union and the Queensland Government. The BMA mine had been targeted as a FIFO only mine, but the union stepped in and god a good result. The new mine is to be partly staffed by fly-in, fly-out workers, the rest of the jobs will be given to locals ...

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Building the future of the Bowen Basin - Australian Mining

2019-11-20  Fitzroy Australia Resources has growth aspirations of its own in the Bowen Basin as the privately-owned company mulls over reopening the Broadlea open cut metallurgical coal

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Bowen to resuscitate Burton coal mine - Mining Journal

2021-8-4  Bowen aspires to become a significant multi-mine coking coal producer, with Bluff, Burton and its existing production plans at the nearby Broadmeadow East, and Isaac River projects, in the heart ...

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Bowen Basin Coal Growth Project— Caval Ridge Mine

2020-11-12  The CRM is part of the proposed Bowen Basin Coal Growth (BBCG) project, involving two new coal mines—Daunia and Caval Ridge; an expansion of the Goonyella Riverside Mine; and the relocation of the Moranbah Airport. The Coordinator-General’s report for the CRM was released on 9

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Bowen Basin's latest coal player enters the ring ...

2021-8-19  Bowen Basin’s latest coal player enters the ring. Vitrinite has begun bulk sample mining at its Vulcan mine complex in Queensland, before an imminent mining licence allows a ramp up to two ...

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The Bowen Basin Coal Mines casei

2013-10-17  3 Coal in the Bowen Basin: Coal is Queensland’s most valuable export earner, 58% of the total recoverable black coal in Australia lying within its borders (NSW has 39%).viii In 2003-2004, exports from Queensland were valued at $7.2 billion.ix Around 75% of black coal is exported. In 2005, Australia produced 398 million tonnes of raw black coal yielding 307 million

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Bowen Basin Geologist’s Group

The Bowen Basin Geologist’s Group (BBGG) is a not-for-profit special interest group of the Geological Society of Australia’s (GSA) Coal Geology Group (CGG). The BBGG was formed for coal Geologists (and associated disciplines) to engage in topical discussions about the challenges and opportunities associated with our field in the industry.

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Bowen Basin Queensland Places

2021-11-5  The river, and hence the Bowen Basin, were named after Queensland's first Governor, Sir George Bowen (1821-99). The Queensland geological surveyor, Robert Logan Jack, reported on the Bowen River coal field in 1878, but exploitation of the field awaited State government investment in the early 1920s at Collinsville.

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Building the future of the Bowen Basin - Australian Mining

2019-11-20  Fitzroy Australia Resources has growth aspirations of its own in the Bowen Basin as the privately-owned company mulls over reopening the Broadlea open cut metallurgical coal

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Supermodels, bugs and gas-a retrospective

2019-3-4  Surat Basin Bowen Basin Galilee Basin Draper and Boreham, 2006 Permian medium to high rank Permian mid rank Jurassic low rank Gas content vs Depth for different age coals compared to isotherms for different ranks CSG wells 2011-2014 CSG wells pre 2011 Prospective CSG can occur across a range of basins and coal ranks sees.uq.au

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Bowen to resuscitate Burton coal mine - Mining Journal

2021-8-4  Bowen aspires to become a significant multi-mine coking coal producer, with Bluff, Burton and its existing production plans at the nearby Broadmeadow East, and Isaac River projects, in the heart ...

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Queensland coal – mines and advanced projects

2017-10-23  The Bowen Basin contains almost all of the State's hard coking coal, and is the most important coal-bearing province in Queensland. In . addition to supplying all of the metallurgical coal currently mined within Queensland, mines operating within the basin also produce a wide range of thermal coal products, principally for export.

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Mining Jobs in Bowen Basin QLD (with Salaries) 2021 ...

Mining Coordinator. Thiess 4.1. Bowen Basin QLD. Previous experience as Crew Leading Hand in an open-cut coal mining environment is essential with a minimum of 5 years operating mining

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Bowen Basin Coal Growth Project— Caval Ridge Mine

2020-11-12  The CRM is part of the proposed Bowen Basin Coal Growth (BBCG) project, involving two new coal mines—Daunia and Caval Ridge; an expansion of the Goonyella Riverside Mine; and the relocation of the Moranbah Airport. The Coordinator-General’s report for the CRM was released on 9

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The Bowen Basin Coal Mines casei

2013-10-17  3 Coal in the Bowen Basin: Coal is Queensland’s most valuable export earner, 58% of the total recoverable black coal in Australia lying within its borders (NSW has 39%).viii In 2003-2004, exports from Queensland were valued at $7.2 billion.ix Around 75% of black coal is exported. In 2005, Australia produced 398 million tonnes of raw black coal yielding 307 million

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Bowen Basin Geologist’s Group

The Bowen Basin Geologist’s Group (BBGG) is a not-for-profit special interest group of the Geological Society of Australia’s (GSA) Coal Geology Group (CGG). The BBGG was formed for coal Geologists (and associated disciplines) to engage in topical discussions about the challenges and opportunities associated with our field in the industry.

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Queensland coal – mines and advanced projects

2017-10-23  The Bowen Basin contains almost all of the State's hard coking coal, and is the most important coal-bearing province in Queensland. In . addition to supplying all of the metallurgical coal currently mined within Queensland, mines operating within the basin also produce a wide range of thermal coal products, principally for export.

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Bowen Basin Queensland Places

2021-11-5  The river, and hence the Bowen Basin, were named after Queensland's first Governor, Sir George Bowen (1821-99). The Queensland geological surveyor, Robert Logan Jack, reported on the Bowen River coal field in 1878, but exploitation of the field awaited State government investment in the early 1920s at Collinsville.

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Bowen to resuscitate Burton coal mine - Mining Journal

2021-8-4  Bowen aspires to become a significant multi-mine coking coal producer, with Bluff, Burton and its existing production plans at the nearby Broadmeadow East, and Isaac River projects, in the heart ...

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Does coal mining benefit local communities in the long

2019-4-29  The Australian State of Queensland has a long history of coal mining. The Bowen Basin area in Central Queensland is particularly active, featuring most of the state’s coal mines and including some of the largest ones by export volume (Huleatt and Jaireth, 2009; Queensland Government, 2016). The Bowen

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Coal Mine Rehabilitation

2020-11-25  Queensland was the first in Bowen Basin coal mining history to have mine spoil certified by regulators as being successfully rehabilitated while operations continue. Our Rolleston Open Cut operation, also in central Queensland, has now achieved certification for almost 400ha of its rehabilitation, which represents almost 40%

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Mining Jobs in Bowen Basin QLD (with Salaries) 2021 ...

Mining Coordinator. Thiess 4.1. Bowen Basin QLD. Previous experience as Crew Leading Hand in an open-cut coal mining environment is essential with a minimum of 5 years operating mining

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Indigenous trainee program – Bowen Basin, Queensland

2020-7-28  Indigenous trainee program – Bowen Basin, Queensland. Macmahon provides a training and development program at the Byerwen Coal Mine in the Bowen Basin, Queensland, that engages the local traditional land owners (the Jangga people) who are new to the mining industry. Formal traineeships result in a Certificate III in Surface Extraction and a ...

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