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     · In coal mining: Contour strip miningIf the break-even stripping ratio remains favourable, further cuts into the hillside will be made. Otherwise, if there are sufficient reserves under the knob of the hill, the coal may be recovered by underground mining or by augering.

  • Land use in Australia at a glance

    The national land use picture for Australia described here is drawn from national scale mapping completed for 2010-11 (1:2,500,000). Due to the broad scale of this dataset, actual land areas should be used as a guide. For more accurate land use information at the

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  • Guidance Note QGN14

    Coal Mining Safety and Health Act 1999. In some circumstances, compliance with this Guidance Note may not be sufficient to ensure compliance with the requirements in the legislation. Guidance Notes may be updated from time to time. To ensure you have ...

  • (PDF) Estimating average total cost of open pit coal mines in Australia

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  • Australian Industry, 2019-20 financial year | Australian Bureau of …

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  • Iron Ore | Geoscience Australia

    Magnetite mining is an emerging industry in Australia with large deposits being developed in the Pilbara and mid-West regions of Western Australia, and in South Australia. High-grade hematite ore is referred to as direct shipping ore (DSO) because after it is mined, the ores go through a relatively simple crushing and screening process before being exported for use in steelmaking.

  • Australian energy update 2019, Australian energy statistics

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  • Australian Energy Statistics 2020 Energy Update Report

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  • Geological and geotechnical aspects of underground coal mining methods within Australia …

     · About one quarter of the coal produced in Australia is by underground mining methods. The most commonly used underground coal mining methods in Australia are longwall, and room and pillar. This paper provides a detailed review of the two methods, including their advantages and disadvantages, the major geotechnical and operational issues, and the …

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  • The Australian resources sector

    The resources sector delivers economic wealth, jobs, high wages, investment and tax revenues to Australians. The sector''s contribution has exploded since the most recent mining boom kicked off in the mid 2000s (Figure 1). Together with mining services, the resources sector makes up over 8 per cent of Australia''s economy4 and its economic impact is even higher on other …

  • (PDF) Estimating average total cost of open pit coal mines in …

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  • Coal Industry Competitiveness Assessment

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  • Why is the coal industry making more money than ever before?

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  • Geotechnical sedimentology—its use in underground coal mining …

     · Underground coal mining in Australia takes place at depths ranging from about 50 to 550 m. In other countries, the depths can be much greater. Much of rock mechanics has evolved from civil engineering works at shallow depth (tunnels) and in shallow and deep metaliferrous mines (Hoek and Brown, 1980) .

  • Sustainable Development and the Australian Minerals Sector – Parliament of Australia

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