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Isaac Downs productivity set to soar

STANMORE Resources expects its production rates and unit costs will continue to improve in the first years of production at its Isaac Downs open cut coal mine in Queensland.

 Prime overburden removal was 25 million cubic metres.

Prime overburden removal was 25 million cubic metres.

Stanmore CEO Marcelo Matos said the mine was on a trajectory of greater productivity and efficiency with increased production volumes and favourable strip ratios. "To demonstrate the improving production...

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