UNDERGROUND

Mastermyne starts mining at Cook

MASTERMYNE has recommissioned all infrastructure at QCoal’s Cook colliery in Queensland and has started underground mining.

Different mining methods have been used at Cook, particularly in the Castor Seam, which has been extensively worked.

Different mining methods have been used at Cook, particularly in the Castor Seam, which has been extensively worked.

The execution of Mastermyne's second mine operations contract after the Crinum contract is expected to underpin a step up in earnings and profit, which will start to flow through in H2 FY2022 culminating...

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