UNDERGROUND

Coronado bringing US UG skills to Curragh North

CORONADO Global Resources will leverage the underground coal mine expertise of its US mine operations to help develop and operate its proposed Curragh North underground project in Queensland.

Newly-appointed Coronado CEO Douglas Thompson said the Curragh North underground project would be low capital, low risk, and low operating cost.

Newly-appointed Coronado CEO Douglas Thompson said the Curragh North underground project would be low capital, low risk, and low operating cost.

Newly-appointed Coronado chief executive Douglas Thompson told Australia's Mining Monthly the proposed US$85-100 million Curragh North underground project was being planned as a bord and pillar operation,...

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