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Glendell advances

THE Glendell Continued Operations Project, which aims to extend the life of Glencore’s Glendell 4.5 million tonne per annum open cut thermal and semi-soft metallurgical coal mine in New South Wales by another 21 years, has progressed to the next approval stage with the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment recommending it proceed.

The Glendell Continued Operations Project has advanced to the next approvals stage.

The Glendell Continued Operations Project has advanced to the next approvals stage.

That means the project, which is part of Glencore Coal's Mount Owen Complex off Hebden Road at Ravensworth, has been sent to the NSW Independent Planning Commission, which will make a final determination...

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