UNDERGROUND

Curragh North to go underground by 2024

THE pre-feasibility study for Coronado Global Resources’ Curragh North Underground project has been completed with positive results for bord and pillar mining, according to the company’s incoming chief executive Douglas Thompson.

Incoming Coronado chief executive Douglas Thompson said two continuous miners would be deployed in Phase 1 of the operation.

Incoming Coronado chief executive Douglas Thompson said two continuous miners would be deployed in Phase 1 of the operation.

Thompson will take the reins of the company with the retirement of Gerry Spindler from that role in May. Thompson said in an earnings presentation that the next phase of engineering and supporting work...

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