Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation

NUCOAL Resources is taking its quest for compensation from the New South Wales government’s decision to revoke the exploration licence for its Doyles Creek project to the deputy premier and resources minister John Barilaro.

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Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation Nucoal waiting for Barilaro support on Doyles Creek compensation

Nucoal Resources has written to NSW deputy premier John Barilaro (centre) about compensation for the revoking of the Doyles Creek exploration licence.

The company said it was awaiting a response from Barilaro after gaining support from One Nation NSW legislative council member Mark Latham and independent member Fred Nile for compensation.

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