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DBI raises 8X cost estimate to nearly $1.4B

DALRYMPLE Bay Infrastructure has updated its estimate of the cost of its 8X expansion project of its Dalrymple Bay coal terminal in Queensland to almost $1.4 billion.

 DBT retains significant expansion optionality to accommodate metallurgical coal exports from the Bowen Basin.

DBT retains significant expansion optionality to accommodate metallurgical coal exports from the Bowen Basin.

DBI chief executive Anthony Timbrell said in the company's annual report that the Dalrymple Bay Terminal expansion figure was previously over $1.2 billion. "DBT retains significant expansion optionality...

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