QCoal

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QCoal Group
Type Private
Industry Mining
Headquarters Brisbane, Australia
Area served Queensland
Services Coal exploration and mining
Owners Chris Wallin
Website www.qcoal.com.au

QCoal is coal mining company established by Chris Wallin in 1989. The company is based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. QCoal and its subsidiaries own or co-own five mines within the Bowen Basin.[1]

QCoals coal is expected to be exported via Abbot Point using the Alpha Coal Project jointly owned by GVK and Hancock Prospecting.[2]

QCoal owns and operates the Sonoma Mine at Collinsville. Plans to divert nearby Coral Creek to extend the life of the mine have been criticised because they were not in the original development application and because of the potential to create long-term damage to the groundwater aquifer.[3]

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  1. ^ Daryl Passmore (25 August 2013). "Chris Wallin". The Courier-Mil (Queensland Newspapers). Retrieved 5 May 2014. 
  2. ^ Vicky Validakis (12 December 2014). "Indian miner GVK to haul QCoal to port". Australian Mining (Cirrus Media). Retrieved 5 May 2014. 
  3. ^ Mark Solomons, Mark Willacy (5 May 2014). "QCoal's James Mackay developing environmental policy for Newman Government in Queensland". ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). Retrieved 5 May 2014. 

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