Latrobe Valley Next Generation
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Latrobe Valley Next Generation (LV-NG) is a consortium of companies led by Exergen which is proposing a "$1bn plus coal export business" in the Latrobe Valley based on the use of a brown coal de-watering process. The companies listed as being in the consortium are Exergen, the Indian coal mining and power generation company Tata, the contracting company Theiss, the Japanese trading company Itochu and the engineering firm Sedgman.
Articles and resources
- Exergen, "What is Latrobe Valley Next Generation?", Exergen website, accessed August 2010.
Related GEM.wiki articles
- Royce Millar and Adam Morton, "Brumby's dirty secret: coal for export", The Age, October 14, 2009.
- Mark Wakehamn, "Exporting brown coal puts dollars before the environment", The National Times, October 15, 2009.
- Matt Chambers, "Brown coal pushed for export", The Australian, October 15, 2009.
- Royce Millar and Adam Morton, "Brumby cans coal projects", The Age, December 10, 2009.