UNDERGROUND

Narrabri shooting for 6.7Mt after longwall move

WHITEHAVEN Coal’s Narrabri longwall mine in New South Wales is targeting run-of-mine production of 6-6.7 million tonnes in 2023-24 after it completed a major longwall move and rehanding of underground equipment in June.

The longwall move at Narrabri was affected by third-party delays for equipment overhaul.

The longwall move at Narrabri was affected by third-party delays for equipment overhaul.

Third-party delays on equipment overhauls affected June quarter production and slowed down the ramp-up of production at the mine. "The move was affected by third-party delays for equipment overhaul...

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