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  • 13 La Trobe Valley Tertiary Brown Coal Deposits VR

    13 La Trobe Valley Tertiary Brown Coal Deposits VR

    The Morwell Formation, a plex late Oligocene to early Miocene unit of thick brown coal seams with subordinate interseam sediments, is widespread in the La Trobe Valley Depression, the Haunted Hill Block and the Moe Swamp Basin The thickness near the Morwell Open Cut of the unit is 150 metres to 180 metres, increasing to 210 metres near Gormandale

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  • Advanced Lignite Demonstration Program SourceWatch

    Advanced Lignite Demonstration Program SourceWatch

    The Advanced Lignite Demonstration Program is a $90 million federal and Victorian state program which was announced in early August 2012 The program was established to "develop and deploy emerging technology to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of lignite brown coal, improve the economically recoverable return from lignite and provide employment opportunities in the Latrobe

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  • Anglesea inspires park supporters Latrobe Valley E

    Anglesea inspires park supporters Latrobe Valley E

    Jun 06, 2019 "The three Latrobe Valley brown coal mines are large, have plex geology and have a range of risks that differ significantly in parison to the smaller quarry that houses the Eden project and the former Anglesea brown coal mine," she said "ENGIE Hazelwood is actively engaging the Latrobe Valley munity around the future of the former

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  • Big plans for Latrobe Valley lignite, Australia

    Big plans for Latrobe Valley lignite, Australia

    Big plans for Latrobe Valley lignite, Australia Posted by Matrix on 24th August 2008 There are viable emerging alternative uses for the massive brown coal deposits of Victorias LaTrobe Valley which could contribute to a reduction in Australias carbon emissions footprint, according to one of Australias lead clean coal energy proponents

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  • Brown coal Gippsland Action Group

    Brown coal Gippsland Action Group

    In a speech in Melbourne this week before an international symposium on coal, Federal Resources and Energy Minister Martin Ferguson, said that Victoria has the potential to export brown coal and allow the Latrobe Valley to join the ranks of Australias other great mining regions

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  • Brown coal behemoths: Victoria's power stations Wa

    Brown coal behemoths: Victoria's power stations Wa

    With Australia's new carbon tax laws having been passed by the Senate last week, it is the perfect time to look at Victoria's three major coal fired power stations Located in the Latrobe Valley atop massive deposits of brown coal, together these power stations run 24 hours a day to supply the majority of Victoria's baseload electricity demand, and in the process contribute more than their

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  • Coal Earth Resources

    Coal Earth Resources

    The Loy Yang and Yallourn mines produce the majority of brown coal in the Latrobe Valley While the majority of coal in the Latrobe Valley is brown coal, an estimated 68 million tonnes of black or bituminous coal is located in western Gippsland These deposits are high volatile black coal with medium ash and moisture content

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  • Coal mining in the Latrobe Valley Australian

    Coal mining in the Latrobe Valley Australian

    Coal mining in the Latrobe Valley James Faithful and Dr Rob Gaulton The power stations of the Latrobe Valley play a critical role in the generation of over 80% of power supplied to Victoria These power stations rely on extensive deposits of brown coal which underlie the region

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  • Crime in the Brown Coal Mine, Reserve Street, Yall

    Crime in the Brown Coal Mine, Reserve Street, Yall

    Crime in the Brown Coal Mine is an interactive guided walking tour of Yallourn North Be the judge and jury This tour connects Yallourn Norths modern face with the criminal past While interlinking stories from surrounding towns Haunted Hills and Yallourn The interaction in Crime in the Brown Coal Mine es from participants playing judge and jury

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  • Health of the Latrobe Valley Hazelwood Mine Fire I

    Health of the Latrobe Valley Hazelwood Mine Fire I

    HEALTH OF THE LATROBE VALLEY In order to fully appreciate the effects of the smoke and ash from the Hazelwood mine fire on the local munity, it is important to have an understanding of the overall health of the Latrobe Valley, and in particular Morwell, prior to the mine fire

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  • Latrobe Valley valley, Victoria, Australia Britan

    Latrobe Valley valley, Victoria, Australia Britan

    The Latrobe Valley in the Gippsland Plains is noted for the generation of electric power Large brown coal deposits in the region have been tapped as an energy source since the early 20th century The Latrobe Valley coal mines supply several thermal power stations and provide

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  • Latrobe Valley Victorian Places

    Latrobe Valley Victorian Places

    Disruptions to black coal supplies for Melbourne in the 1880s prompted the first mining of brown coal in the Latrobe Valley Several panies were formed, the most prominent being the Great Morwell Coal Mining Company, at present Yallourn North, which mined lignite from an open cut and manufactured briquettes for a while Electricity

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  • Latrobe Valley Rehabilitation Monitoring Framework

    Latrobe Valley Rehabilitation Monitoring Framework

    The Latrobe Valley Rehabilitation Monitoring Framework 201820 has been prepared based on the first years activities of the Commissioner, and has been prepared in consultation with the relevant organisations concerned with the Latrobe Valleys brown coal mines rehabilitation

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  • Latrobe Valley Brown Coal Mine Batter Stability Re

    Latrobe Valley Brown Coal Mine Batter Stability Re

    Batter Stability Research Project Project Scope 1 1 Introduction and Project Background Large and expanding brown coal mines in the Latrobe Valley provide an increased challenge for the assessment of mine slope stability risks and the implementation of risk control measures

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  • Latrobe Valley brown coal mine bonds increased in

    Latrobe Valley brown coal mine bonds increased in

    Apr 15, 2016 Victoria's big brown coal players will each have to stump up tens of millions of dollars as extra security for the eventual clean up of their Latrobe Valley mines, with the Andrews government

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  • Latrobe Valley Mine Closure An Emerging Case Study

    Latrobe Valley Mine Closure An Emerging Case Study

    Join the Australian Geomechanic Society for a presentation on the closure of the Latrobe Valley mines This will include an overview of the Latrobe Valley geological and hydrogeological setting, the history of open cut coal mining, impacts on the region including land subsidence, key geotechnical considerations and stability challenges, contemporary status of the existing mines and mine

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  • Latrobe Valley Mine Closure Australian Geomechanic

    Latrobe Valley Mine Closure Australian Geomechanic

    An overview of the Latrobe Valley geological and hydrogeological setting, history of open cut coal mining, impacts on the region including land subsidence, key geotechnical considerations and stability challenges, contemporary status of the existing mines and mine closure environment will be provided

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  • Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner Po

    Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner Po

    That equals to 25 percent of the worlds known brown coal reserves While brown coal or lignite' is widely known in the Latrobe Valley for its use to generate power, Acting Executive Director Earth Resources Policy and Programs, Jane Burton, seeks other opportunities for its uses

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  • Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner, S

    Latrobe Valley Mine Rehabilitation Commissioner, S

    That equals to 25 percent of the worlds known brown coal reserves While brown coal or lignite' is widely known in the Latrobe Valley for its use to generate power, Acting Executive Director Earth Resources Policy and Programs, Jane Burton, seeks other opportunities for its uses Converting brown coal to hydrogen is one of them

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  • Latrobe Valley Open Cuts: Wastelands or treasured

    Latrobe Valley Open Cuts: Wastelands or treasured

    Jan 09, 2017 The total area of the three huge Latrobe Valley opencut mines, Yallourn, Hazelwood and Loy Yang is over 50 square kilometres This is approximately the same area as Sydney Harbour, or, in Melbourne, the equivalent to an area enpassed by a line joining Flemington Racecourse with Williamstown, Albert Park and Studley Park

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  • Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy: R

    Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy: R

    The HMFI found that there were significant uncertainties around the closure and rehabilitation of the Latrobe Valleys three brown coal mines The Board of Inquiry found that, with the current knowledge available, some form of pit lake was the most viable rehabilitation option for the mine voids, but that there remain many unresolved answers

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  • LATROBE VALLEY SUSTAINABILITY GROUP OPPOSITION

    LATROBE VALLEY SUSTAINABILITY GROUP OPPOSITION

    Export of Gippsland Coal Coordinator: Dan Caffrey I am writing on behalf of the Latrobe Valley Sustainability Group, expressing our deep disappointment to hear of the announcement of the opening up for tender to panies to export brown coal from much of the Latrobe Valley and Gippsland

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  • Lignite Wikipedia

    Lignite Wikipedia

    The Latrobe Valley in Victoria, Australia, contains estimated reserves of some 65 billion tonnes of brown coal The deposit is equivalent to 25 percent of known world reserves The coal seams are up to 100 metres thick, with multiple coal seams often giving virtually continuous brown coal

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  • Loy Yang Power Station AGL

    Loy Yang Power Station AGL

    AGL Loy Yang is in the Latrobe Valley, 165 kilometres south east of Melbourne and was acquired by AGL in 2012 The power station and acpanying open cut coal mine cover about 6,000 hectares The mine supplies coal to the Loy Yang A power station and the Alinta owned Loy Yang B power as the fuel to generate electricity

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  • Matching Brown Coal to the Next Generation of Latr

    Matching Brown Coal to the Next Generation of Latr

    Maher, S and Love, G, 2014 Matching brown coal to the next generation of Latrobe Valley projects, in Proceedings Ninth International Mining Geology Conference 2014, pp 7784 The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne

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  • Overview Latrobe Magnesium

    Overview Latrobe Magnesium

    Recent hydromet test pleted concluded that the beneficiated fly ash produced from the RWE brown coal fly ash was suitable for the extraction of magnesium The Cologne mine produces about 40 million wet tonnes of coal per annum The two mines operating in the Latrobe Valley produce about 45 million wet tonnes per annum

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  • Water Balance at Coal Mine Closure: A Conceptual M

    Water Balance at Coal Mine Closure: A Conceptual M

    Currently, three open cut brown coal mines operate within the Latrobe Valley These are located at Yallourn, Hazelwood and Loy Yang, as shown in Figure 11 ' \ Figure 11: Location of existing Latrobe Valley mines at Yallourn, Hazelwood and Loy Yang Loy Yang, Hazelwood and Yallourn and have been operating for close to 30, 50 and 85 years

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