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Watermark pre-construction work green lit

THE NEW South Wales Department of Planning and Environment is letting Shenhua modify its approval for its proposed Watermark coal project in the Liverpool Plains to undertake geotechnical investigations within the site to support its final feasibility study for the project.

Watermark pre-construction work green lit

The modification sought to allow those activities to occur prior to starting the main construction works for the project, and update the timing of certain obligations under the approval.   "The department...

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