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  • How coal burns Australia

    Doctors for the Environment (DEA) has serious concerns about Australia's addiction to coal. The health impacts of mining, transporting and burning coal are well known and pose one of the most significant health issues of our time. The only rationale for using coal is that it is the cheapest source of energy But according to the research, it

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  • Corruption Risk Seen in Australian Coal Deals

    The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis also warned this week that Adani's ambitions in Queensland faced a new risk, with the company having to refinance more than $2bn in debt on the Abbot Point coal terminal – more than it paid for the port in 2011.

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  • Australia Institute challenges coal seam gas benefits

    The coal seam gas industry has previously claimed it has spent about $10 billion, mostly in Australia, and created around 9,000 jobs.

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    potential health impacts of CSG in the Australian context and serve to generate hypotheses for future studies. Keywords: Coal seam gas, Environmental health impact, Hospital admissions, Queensland, Unconventional natural gas Background The expansion of the coal seam gas (CSG) industry in Australia has raised concerns about potential human

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  • Brown Coal

    Dec 31, 2016Brown coal, or lignite, is the lowest rank of coal and although it is present in all states of Australia it is most abundant in the Gippsland Basin (Victoria). Smaller amounts of brown coal are also located in the Otway (Victoria), Murray (Victoria/South Australia) and Eucla (Western Australia/South Australia) basins.

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  • Coal and coal seam gas

    Coal mining in Australia. Australia is a significant global producer and exporter of coal, with 6 per cent of the world's economic resources of black coal and 25 per cent of the world's economic resources of brown coal. Coal has been mined in Australia for over 200 years and deposits occur in all states and the Northern Territory.

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  • Australia Institute accused of 'jumping the shark' on coal

    Nov 07, 2014Speaking to The Australia Institute's Rod Campbell he told Australian Mining "when it comes to dealing with energy poverty in remote areas that are off the grid, coal

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  • Australia Institute challenges coal seam gas benefits

    The coal seam gas industry has previously claimed it has spent about $10 billion, mostly in Australia, and created around 9,000 jobs.

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  • Gas Properties of Australian Coal

    At 4 MPa gas pres ure and 30C the sorptive capacity of 10 selected Australian dried coal ranges from 17 to 23 m3/tonne of CH4 and 27 to 36 m3/tonne of CO2. Values for moist coals are about 25 per cent less. At 20C, sorptive capacities are about 18 per cent greater. No clear relationship between coal rank and sorptive capacity was established.

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  • The mining and burning of coal: effects on health and the

    Coal is transported from mine to railhead, or mine to port, by road, increasing the risk of accidents and traffic fatalities and releasing greenhouse gases. Data on coal-related road trauma for Australia are unavailable; however, in Ken-tucky, between 2000 and 2004, 53 people were killed and 536 injured as a result of accidents with vehicles licensed to

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  • Mining, Oil and Gas

    Mining, Oil and Gas Industry Capability Reports. Coal Supply Chain (PDF, 4.128MB) This industry capability report provides an overview of Australian capability across the coal supply chain, including products and services that span the entire supply chain, as well as research and innovation to help maximise productivity, efficiency and sustainability.

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  • Gas coal extraction dominates Australia's rising

    Jul 02, 2019New research has revealed that despite Minister Angus Taylor's claims that Australia's total emissions are going down, Australia's total emissions in the past year are likely to have increased, with Australia's gas and coal industries the significant drivers of those rising emissions.

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  • How coal burns Australia

    Doctors for the Environment (DEA) has serious concerns about Australia's addiction to coal. The health impacts of mining, transporting and burning coal are well known and pose one of the most significant health issues of our time. The only rationale for using coal is that it is the cheapest source of energy But according to the research, it

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  • Coal Seam Gas

    Coal seam gas exports could be the best performing Australian industry in 2015. World first for coal seam gas The journey from well to wharf for Queensland Curtis LNG's world's first project.

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  • Is coal seam gas worth the risk?

    Rick Wilkinson is the chief operating officer for eastern Australia with the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association. THE ACTIVIST JEREMY BUCKINGHAM. COAL seam gas mining

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  • Developments in the Management of Spontaneous

    David Cliff, Darren Brady and Martin Watkinson, Developments in the Management of Spontaneous Combustion in Australian Underground Coal Mines, 14th Coal Operators' Conference, University of Wollongong, The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Mine Managers Association of Australia, 2014, 330-338.

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  • Coal Geology

    Mining. Coal is mined by both surface or 'opencut' (or opencast) and underground or 'deep' mining methods, depending on the local geology of the deposit. Underground mining currently accounts for about 60 per cent of world coal production but around 80 per cent of Australia's coal is produced from opencut mines.

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  • BAN Coal Seam Gas Mining Australia

    BAN Coal Seam Gas Mining Australia. 1,403 likes 225 talking about this. It's about our Childrens Future.. We want clean Air Land Water, not

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  • Where in Australia is coal produced

    Coal mining in Australia occurs in a number of places in the eastern half of the country, and Australia is the world's fifth largest coal producer.

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  • Gas Content and Emissions from Coal Mining

    2011 Underground Coal Operators' Conference The AusIMM Illawarra Branch 10 – 11 February 2011 285 GAS CONTENT AND EMISSIONS FROM COAL MINING Abouna Saghafi1 ABSTRACT: Gas content can be considered the most impor tant parameter for assessing emissions from coal seams during and post mining.

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  • The Australia Institute says coal industry doing almost

    The Australia Institute, though, said coalminers were doing little to alleviate energy poverty directly and were exaggerating the link between coal use and economic growth. Inquiries to major miners and industry groups revealed only minimal aid to the poor, and even then the assistance was usually in the form of solar panels or diesel

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  • Summary: Coal and Gas Mining in Australia

    Summary: Coal and Gas Mining in Australia - Opportunities for National Law Reform Report by the Australian Network of Environmental Defender's Offices, 2012 Nine national reforms to protect communities, food security, health, water, climate and biodiversity from the impacts of unsustainable coal and unconventional gas mining in Australia 1.

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  • The future of coal and gas in Australia

    The future of coal and gas in Australia. Melbourne. Energy analysts and commentators envisage coal and gas playing major, if not dominant roles in supplying an energy hungry world for many decades. Australia is a major exporter of coal, and coal-based electricity

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  • Developments in the Management of Spontaneous

    David Cliff, Darren Brady and Martin Watkinson, Developments in the Management of Spontaneous Combustion in Australian Underground Coal Mines, 14th Coal Operators' Conference, University of Wollongong, The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Mine Managers Association of Australia, 2014, 330-338.

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  • Where in Australia is coal produced

    Coal mining in Australia occurs in a number of places in the eastern half of the country, and Australia is the world's fifth largest coal producer.

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  • G20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal production: Australia

    The fossil fuel bailout: G20 subsidies to oil, gas and coal exploration, published in 2014. Australia is expanding its fossil fuel production on multiple fronts. The country has the fourth largest coal reserves in the world and is the world's fourth largest coal producer and second largest coal exporter (EIA, 2014).

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