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Whitehaven Coal Ltd is an Australia-based company engaged in the production of coal. The Company is focused on the development and operation of coal mines in New South Wales and Queensland. Its segments include open cut operations and underground operations. It operates four mines, three open cut and one underground, in the Gunnedah Coal Basin in North West New South Wales, producing metallurgical and thermal coal for export to developing economies across North and South East Asia. It also operates two development assets, Vickery, near Gunnedah, and Winchester South, in Queensland's Bowen Basin. It produces coal using open-cut mining methods at Maules Creek, Tarrawonga, and Werris Creek, and underground mining methods at Narrabri. Its Maules Creek mine is located approximately 45 kilometers (kms) south-east of Narrabri. The Narrabri underground mine is located approximately 17 kms south-east of Narrabri and 70 kms north-west of Gunnedah. Its Canyon Mine is an open cut coal mine.

  • Revenue in AUD (TTM)4.92bn
  • Net income in AUD1.95bn
  • Incorporated2007
  • Employees1.60k
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