Whitehaven expects Vickery decision by year end

WHITEHAVEN Coal expects to know this month whether the federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment will approve its proposed $607 million Vickery extension project in New South Wales.

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Whitehaven lodged a state significant development application in 2018 seeking to increase total coal extraction to 168 million tonnes.

The project, which would consist of a 10 million tonnes per annum open cut metallurgical and thermal coal mine with onsite processing and rail infrastructure, received NSW Independent Planning