Blog
  1. Home
  2. China Stone Project Coal

China Stone Project Coal

China Stone Project Coal

17 rows Project overview. Large-scale greenfield coal mine with a yield of up to 38 million tonnes per annum of thermal coal. Approximately 300 km west of Mackay. Map. Project information supplied by proponent and subject to change.

Get Price Chat Online
  • China Wants To Go CarbonNeutral And Wont Stop

    China Wants To Go CarbonNeutral And Wont Stop

    Jun 14 2021 This year China pledged to go carbon-neutral by 2060. It has invested heavily in solar wind and nuclear energy. Still coal-fired heavy industry made up 37 of its economic activity last year.

  • China Stone Coal Project

    China Stone Coal Project

    Macmines Austasia Pty Ltd proposes to develop the proposed China Stone Coal Project the project which has been declared a significant project by the Coordinator-General. The project involves the construction and operation of a large-scale greenfield coal mine in Central Queensland. The project site is located entirely within the southern

  • China Stone Coal project draft environmental impact

    China Stone Coal project draft environmental impact

    Jul 25 2015 Queenslands Coordinator-General invites you to have your say on the draft environmental impact statement EIS for the China Stone Coal project. Prepared by MacMines Austasia Pty Ltd MacMines the draft EIS describes the project and its potential

  • China Stone Queenslands Galilee Basin

    China Stone Queenslands Galilee Basin

    Mar 24 2015 China Stone. The China Stone Coal Project is located toward the northern end of the Galilee Basin about 270km south of Townsville and 300km west of Mackay. The China Stone project proponent is Macmines Austasia MacMines an Australian subsidiary of the Meijin Energy Group owned by Chinese billionaire Yao Junliang.

  • China Stone Coal project CMI Capital Limited

    China Stone Coal project CMI Capital Limited

    - vi - China Stone Coal project Coordinator-Generals evaluation report on the environmental impact statement Synopsis This report evaluates the potential impacts of the China Stone Coal project the project. It has been prepared pursuant to section 34D of the State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971 Qld SDPWO Act. The proponent MacMines Austasia Pty Ltd MacMines .

  • Carmichael Coal and Rail Project

    Carmichael Coal and Rail Project

    two other northern Galilee Basin coal projects in the vicinity of the Carmichael project the Hyde Park and China Stone developments. Resolve Coal owner of the Hyde Park coal mining project in the Galilee Basin has signed an agreement with Adani for 10Mtpa of Hyde Park coal to be transported on the Adani Groups rail link.

  • China Stone Coal Mine Rolls Forward and Back on Australian

    China Stone Coal Mine Rolls Forward and Back on Australian

    Nov 26 2018 China Stone is an ambitious project made up of a mine with an annual production capacity of 38 million tons of thermal coal and a proposed 1050 MW coal-fired power plant. Photo Bloomberg Australias massively well-managed anti-coal lobby need not get too agitated yet by formal approval offered for the potentially massive China Stone coal .

  • China builds Barisal coal power plant in Bangladesh

    China builds Barisal coal power plant in Bangladesh

    Apr 26 2021 A Chinese-backed coal power plant is being built in Bangladesh allegedly by evicting locals from their land and grabbing a riverbed. There has been opposition including a directive by the governments own National River Conservation Commission to local authorities to evict the company from the plot where the plant is being built.However construction continues.

  • Queensland gives approval for 484bn China Stone coal mine

    Queensland gives approval for 484bn China Stone coal mine

    Nov 26 2018 There are significant local regional and state benefits to be derived from the China Stone Coal project. Broe noted that the coal project will contribute up to 1.5bn per annum to Queenslands gross state product for the first 25 years of operations.

  • MacMines puts Galilee Basin coal project on hold

    MacMines puts Galilee Basin coal project on hold

    May 24 2019 MacMines Austasia has decided it will not move forward with developing the China Stone thermal coal project in the Galilee Basin in Queensland at

  • Galilee China First Queenslands Galilee Basin

    Galilee China First Queenslands Galilee Basin

    Mar 30 2015 The Galilee Coal Project otherwise known as the China First Coal Project is a proposal for a 40 mega-tonne per annum thermal coal mine and 453km rail transportation network to the port of Abbot Point where the coal would be exported through the Great Barrier Reef 1.. The project proponent is Waratah Coal a company owned by billionaire Federal MP Clive Palmer.

  • Advice to decision maker on coal mining project IESC

    Advice to decision maker on coal mining project IESC

    The China Stone Coal Project is a new open cut and underground coal mine located in Central Queensland approximately 270 km southwest of Townsville and 300 km west of Mackay in the northern Galilee Basin. The project will target the A B C and D coal seams of the Permian Betts Creek Beds.

  • Report The Belt and Road Is Becoming Greener as China

    Report The Belt and Road Is Becoming Greener as China

    Jun 17 2021 China has a well-deserved reputation for being the financier of choice for coal-powered energy projects around the world. While many other development finance agencies have backed away in recent years from underwriting heavily polluting power plants China seemingly went the other way. Between 2014 and 2020 various Chinese entities were .

  • Have your say on the China Stone Coal Project

    Have your say on the China Stone Coal Project

    Jul 24 2015 The China Stone Coal project involves the construction and operation of a greenfield open-pit and underground thermal coal mine within a 20000 hectare mining lease area. The project could realise significant economic and social benefits on a regional state and national scale with the capacity to produce up to 38 million tonnes per annum .

  • MacMines China Stone thermal coal project in Australia

    MacMines China Stone thermal coal project in Australia

    Nov 26 2018 Coal production from the China Stone project could begin three years after the start of construction according to the Coordinator Generals report. I conclude that there are significant local regional and state benefits to be derived from the China Stone coal project and that environmental impacts can be acceptably managed minimized or .

  • 12316 China Stone Coal Project Bioregional Assessments

    12316 China Stone Coal Project Bioregional Assessments

    Macmines Austasia Pty Ltd Macmines Austasia has proposed to develop the China Stone Coal Project within the southern block of EPC 987 in the northern Galilee Basin Figure 12. This has been planned as a large scale greenfield operation using both open-cut and underground mining techniques with an expected 40 year mine life. The site covers about 20000 hectares and is some

  • China Stone Coal Project terms of reference for an

    China Stone Coal Project terms of reference for an

    Citation titleChina Stone Coal Project terms of reference for an environmental impact statement The Coordinator-General author1Queensland. Coordinator-General author2Queensland. Department of State Development Infrastructure and Planning year2014 publisherDepartment of State Development Infrastucture and Planning .

  • EIS released for proposed China Stone Coal project

    EIS released for proposed China Stone Coal project

    Jul 30 2015 The China Stone Coal project involves the construction and operation of a greenfield open-pit and underground thermal coal mine within a 20000 hectare mining lease area. The project could realise significant economic and social benefits on a regional state and national scale with the capacity to produce up to 38 million tonnes per annum .

  • Stone coal in China a review International Geology

    Stone coal in China a review International Geology

    Sep 21 2017 Stone coal is defined as a combustible low-heat value high-rank black shale of early Paleozoic in a few cases Permian age widely distributed in southern China. Attention has been focused on stone coals because 1 they can be used as fuel energy for power plants and daily use in some villages mainly in southern China 2 they are .

  • Submission on draft terms of reference for the proposed

    Submission on draft terms of reference for the proposed

    The China Stone project will cause a small increase on the amount of coal used in the world. The greenhouse gasses associated with this marginal increase in consumption of coal should be considered in cost benefit analysis and the wider EIS. Note that this is different to the calls by many environment groups for coal projects to be

  • Coal Cumulative Impacts and the Great Barrier Reef

    Coal Cumulative Impacts and the Great Barrier Reef

    Nov 18 2015 for a new thermal coal mine is currently being assessed for the China Stone Coal Project adjacent to the Carmichael Coal Mine Figure 1 and equivalent in scale. Australia is the worlds fifth largest producer of coal generating AUS16.7 billion in thermal coal export earnings from 194.59 million tons of product in the 20132014 financial .

  • Project China Stone 775 mining jobs in Queensland

    Project China Stone 775 mining jobs in Queensland

    The China Stone Coal Project is located toward the northern end of the Galilee Basin about 270km south of Townsville and 300km west of Mackay. The China Stone project proponent is Macmines Austasia MacMines an Australian subsidiary of the Meijin Energy Group owned by

  • Developer drops plans for China Stone thermal coal mine in

    Developer drops plans for China Stone thermal coal mine in

    May 23 2019 Owners MacMines Austasia a subsidiary of Chinas Meijin Energy Group has confirmed the projects future is under internal discussion but otherwise declined to comment. China Stone would have exported 38m tonnes of thermal coal a year and was among the largest of seven proposed coalmines in the Galilee Basin.