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Watermark's water woes

While there seems to be many an opponent to Shenhua's proposed $1 billion Watermark coal mine in New South Wale's Liverpool Plains, the Chinese state-owned company is coming within reach of realising the project.

Andrew Snelling
The site of the proposed Shenhua Watermark coal mine.

The site of the proposed Shenhua Watermark coal mine.

Attaining the licence for the area from the then Labor government for $300 million in 2008, Shenhua has spent the time since exploring and conducting feasibility studies over the coking coal project, culminating...

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