Clyde Park coal project
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Clyde Park coal project was a thermal coal project proposed by TerraCom in Queensland, Australia.
The Clyde Park site lies 70 km northwest of the town of Pentland, Queensland, Australia.
Coal Mine Background
In 2012 Guildford Coal applied for a license for Clyde Park.
TerraCom was formerly called Guildford Coal, changing its name in November 2015. The site lies on the Northeastern edge of the Galilee basin, a large, unmined coal basin in Queensland. There are a number of sites proposed for the Galilee Basin, including Clyde Park. The majority of the coal would be exported to the Asia/Pacific region. TerraCom is a new miner with investments in Australia and Mongolia.
- Sponsor: Clyde Park Coal
- Parent Company: TerraCom (64.4%), Tiaro Coal has a 29.2% share in the project
- Location: 70 km north-west of Pentland, Queensland, Australia
- GPS Coordinates: -20.155867, 144.869070 (approximate)
- Status: Cancelled
- Production Capacity: 1.8
- Total Resource: 728 million tonnes
- Minable Reserves:
- Coal type: Thermal
- Mine Size: 133 km2
- Mine Type: Surface
- Start Year:
- Source of Financing:
Articles and resources
- TerraCom "Our Business" TerraCom website, accessed 23 September 2019.
- TerraCom, "TerraCom Limited Annual Report 2018" page 27, 2019.
- Bioregional Assessments "Clyde Park Coal Project" Australian Government, 5 January 2018.
- Info Mine "Clyde Park Coal Project" Mining dot com website, 19 December 2012.
- Market Index "Terracom Limited (TER)" Market Index website, accessed 23 September 2019.
- Steel Guru "Tiaro Coal defines 51 million tonne in maiden JORC at Galilee Basin" 10 February 2013.
- IEA, Coal 2021 Analysis and Forecast, accessed January 2022