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North Queensland coal plant calls continue

THE Liberal National Party’s support for an ultra-supercritical coal-fired power station in North Queensland would deliver essential base load power and help to create hundreds of regional jobs, according to the Queensland Resources Council.

Lou Caruana
Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian McFarlane.

Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian McFarlane.

Queensland Resources Council CEO Ian McFarlane said the LNP’s pragmatic approach to the energy mix would secure cost-effective electricity with new coal technology for North Queensland and the state. ...

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