Coaldale mine

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The Coaldale mine is an open cut thermal coal mine which is currently being developed by Bathurst Resources. The mine adjoins the Takitimu Mine, which is also owned by Bathurst Resources. The mine is located near Nightcaps, Southland, New Zealand.

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Background

In its March 2012 newsletter, Stoked, Bathurst Resources states that "work at Takitimu will begin to wind down around April. Some of the overburden from Coaldale will be placed directly into the exhausted Takitimu pit to begin the rehabilitation there."[1]

In a March 2012 conference presentation Bathurst Resources states that the mine is proposed to operate for six years at 170,000 tonnes per year. The company also foreshadows that it is aiming for a "long term extension into [the] high quality Black Diamond deposit" with the aim being "larger scale export potential".[2]

Project Details

Owner: Bathurst Resources
Location: Nightcaps, Southland, New Zealand
Coordinates: -45.95837,168.024201
Status: Operating
Production capacity: 170,000 tonnes per annum
Type of coal: sub-bituminous
Employees:
Main markets:

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Sources

  1. Bathurst Resources, "Eastern Coal Update", March 2012, page 3.
  2. Bathurst Resources, "Presentation to HELSEC Hong Kong Forum", March 2012, page 13.

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