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Port Waratah Coal Services - Terminal 4

When establishing the Terminal 4 Project Approval, Port Waratah worked with government, rail providers, and coal producers to create a smarter and more efficient system to meet future coal demands – the Hunter Valley long term commercial framework.

Terminal 4 project closer to fruition | Newcastle Herald

Nov 29, 2011· Port Waratah Coal Services has finalised its environmental assessment for Newcastle's fourth coal-loader, the Terminal 4 project. The assessment, which addresses potential social and environmental aspects of the project, will be lodged with the Department of Planning and Newcastle Port Corporation today.

Newcastle coal port expansion discarded -

May 31, 2018· Port Waratah Coal Services, a major coal exporter at the Port of Newcastle, Australia, does not intend to proceed with the Terminal 4 development. The company's CEO Hennie du Plooy has notified the Port about it today, advising that the T4 Agreement for Lease will be allowed to lapse upon its expiration in August 2019.


~ ^Port of Newcastle _ is the operator of the port having commenced a 98-year lease of the port with the NSW Government on 30 May 2014. On behalf of Port of Newcastle, I am pleased to provide the following submission in support of the proposed Port Waratah Coal Services (PWCS) Terminal 4 (T4) development. The NSW Governments objective in ...

Port Waratah Abandons Newcastle Coal Port Expansion ...

Jun 01, 2018· Port Waratah Coal Services (PWCS) has decided to abandon the Terminal 4 development project in Newcastle as the capacity of the existing coal terminals would be sufficient for future growth in coal exports. Namely, PWCS advised the Port of Newcastle that it intends to allow the Terminal 4 agreement for lease to lapse when it expires in August 2019.

Port Waratah Coal Services - SourceWatch

Port Waratah Coal Services (PWCS) operates the world's largest coal export facilities in Newcastle, Australia.. PWCS operates two export coal terminals in the port of Newcastle -- the Carrington Coal Terminal and the nearby Kooragang Coal Terminal.The Carrington Coal Terminal has a shiploading capacity of 25 million tonnes per annum while the Kooragang Coal Terminal has a shiploading …

Port Waratah Coal Services – Expansion Plans and Future ...

Port Waratah Coal Services – Expansion Plans and Future Challenges ... Port Waratah Coal Services - Expansion and Improvement Plans – Expansion History ... PWCS owns and operates two coal handling facilities in the Port of Newcastle, Carrington Terminal at a capacity of


May 06, 2012· PORT WARATAH COAL SERVICES TERMINAL 4 TO: NSW Department of Planning Attn: Ms Rebecca Newman SUBMISSION OBJECTING TO THE T4 PROJECT For decades the people of the Hunter Valley have believed that the North-Western boundary of the


V Vessel turn around reduced to 3.3 days from 4.6 in 2016. V Terminal 4 milestones reached with approval of the Site Management Plan, Priority Action Statement and modification. PORT WARATAH COAL SERVICES PORT WARATAH COAL SERVICES

$4.8 billion Port Waratah Terminal 4 Project approved

The recent slowing of coal demand from the Port of Newcastle means Port Waratah Coal Services has scaled down its Terminal 4 project from its original proposal, from 120 mtpa to the current 70 mtpa. The terminal will be progressively constructed in response to demand nominated by coal producers and commercial requirements.

Berths & Facilities – Newcastle Port

Newcastle Agri Terminal: Dyke 4 and 5: Design depth: 16.5m ... Coal: Port Waratah Coal Services: MAYFIELD PRECINCT. Berth: Details: Facilities: Cargo/Commodity: Operators: Mayfield 4: Design depth: 12.8m Channel depth: 15.2m Berth length is 265m: 13,000m2 hardstand wharf storage area Close proximity to 50,000m2 long term storage area

Hunter Observers Club Submission on the Port Waratah ...

Hunter Observers Club Submission on the Port Waratah Coal Services proposed Terminal 4 Coal Loader (T4) The Hunter Observers Club Inc. (HBOC) strongly objects to the proposed destruction of migratory shorebird habitat and Australasian Bittern Botaurus poiciloptilus habitat by the proposed Port Waratah Coal Services Terminal 4 Coal

Port Waratah Coal Services

Jul 15, 2019· Who We Are. Port Waratah Coal Services has been receiving, stockpiling, blending and loading coal for export at the Port of Newcastle for over 40 years.