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New Central QLD coal mine to generate over 200 jobs

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Posted by Monica Gameng

A new coking coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin is set to deliver construction jobs as well as up to 200 operational jobs, with Bengal Coal securing a mining lease for the Dysart East coal project until 2039.

The Dysart East coal mine is expected to produce approximately 1.9 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of prime hard coking coal that can be used for the production of steel products.

According to Queensland Resources Council (QRC) Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane, Bengal Coal is planning to develop a new underground mine near Dysart in Central Queensland.

“It’s more good news for the coal industry.

“Coking coal is a major contributor to Queensland’s economy and a key part of the State’s resources sector,” Mr Macfarlane said.

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Source: Australian Mining, Daily Mercury, The Queensland Times, Queensland Resources Council

Monica Gameng

Monica Gameng

As PlantMiner's Marketing Assistant since 2015, Monica is responsible for researching and sharing new and progressing projects within the construction and mining sectors in Australia. It's no surprise that Monica has her finger on the pulse of Australian major projects given she has produced more than 1000 posts. She truly is an industry expert. Monica's passion for educating and inspiring readers saw the PlantMiner blog recognised by Feedspot as one of the Best Australian Construction Blogs in 2018 and 2019. PlantMiner is Australia's largest online construction marketplace. Sign up as a vendor to find and engage with civil and commercial contractors across Australia. Alternatively, if you're looking for plant and equipment you can compare equipment and subcontractor quotes from vendors near you in just a few steps.