ENVIRONMENT

HVO reduces GHG in revised expansion submission

THE Hunter Valley Operations joint venture – made up of Glencore with 49% and Yancoal with 51% – has revised down its estimated Scope 1 and 2 emissions to average 1.10 million tonnes CO2-e per year over the life of the HVO project from approximately 2024 to 2050.

The expansion project comprises the continuation of mining at HVO North and HVO South.

The expansion project comprises the continuation of mining at HVO North and HVO South.

This compares with the Scope 1 and 2 emissions presented in the environmental impact statement for its proposed expansion were approximately 1.26Mt CO2-e per year. The project comprises the continuation...

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