2014 News Archive

Australian Dalrymple Bay terminal's September coal exports at 3-month high of 6 million mt - October 2014
Published by Platts - 23rd October 2014

Coal exports from Australia's Dalrymple Bay coal terminal touched 6.05 million mt in September, the highest level since 6.68 million mt in June, and a month on month increase of 5.6%, a source close to the coal export facility in Queensland said Thursday, October 23.

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Mining sector update - August 2014
Published by Lexology - 21st August 2014

On 2 July 2014, Queensland’s Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning, Jeff Seeney, announced that Queensland’s Coordinator General had approved QCoal’s A$1.76 billion Byerwen Coal Project, subject to 122 conditions.

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Record month for DBCC in June 2014
Published by ILC - 8th July 2014

June 2014 has seen very strong figures for the Dalrymple Bay Coal Chain in a number of key performance areas. Both the Inbound & Outbound saw record figures achieved.

Trains Unloaded - 659
Inbound Tonnes (completed trains) - 6,412,776t
Outbound Tonnes (completed ships) - 6,720,997t
Outbound Tonnes (live tonnes) - 6,559,046t
Vessel Loaded - 62 Read More

Great month for DBCC in May 2014
Published by ILC - 2nd June 2014

May 2014 has seen very strong figures for the Dalrymple Bay Coal Chain in a number of key performance areas.

Trains Unloaded - 677
Inbound Tonnes (completed trains) - 6,411,809t
Outbound Tonnes (completed ships) - 6,187,894t
Outbound Tonnes (live tonnes) - 6,200,382t
Vessel Loaded - 60 Read More

Three Queensland coal terminals halt shipments on cyclone threat
Published by ILC - 28th January 2014

Three shipping terminals for coal exports in the Australian state of Queensland suspended shipments Tuesday on the advice of local harbor masters, because a cyclone weather system forming in the Coral Sea.

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Mackay coal terminal has record breaking 2013
Published by ILC - 8th January 2014

COAL prices might be on the floor, but the world's largest coal port in Central Queensland is going gang-busters, with the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal south of Mackay reporting a record breaking 2013. Although low prices for energy and steel-making coal are still biting, companies are keen to export as much coal as possible because whether they move one tonne or 10 million, their take-or-pay contracts mean they pay the same.

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