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Chappell brothers ask Adani to abandon Australian project

Chappell brothers ask Adani to abandon Australian project

'We are writing to respectfully ask you to abandon the Adani Group's proposal in Queensland's Galilee Basin...Pollution from burning coal was the single biggest driver of global warming, threatening life in Australia, India and all over the world' Cricket legends Ian and Greg Chappell and other prominent Australians in an unusual move have written to Indian energy giant Adani to abandon its controversial coal mine project in Queensland, warning it could damage bilateral ties and even hit ..., 1 month ago

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Why does the Carmichael coal mine need to use so much water?

From accidental water spills into coastal wetlands, to proposed taxpayer-funded loans , Adani’s planned Carmichael coal mine and the associated Abbot Point coal terminal can’t keep out of the news at the moment. Last week, the granting of an ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Adani Aims to Begin Mining Australian Coal in 2020  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Adani hopes to start Austalian coal mine project by August  Deccan Herald1 month ago Protesters from Australia land at Adani House to oppose coal project  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Adani's Oz mine to supply low grade coal to India, says media report

However, Adani Australia has clarified on its Facebook page on Monday that in terms of quality of the coal it is almost 50 per cent better than that used domestically. Indian energy giant Adani is planning to supply lower quality coal with high ash content to non-premium markets like India from its controversy-hit Carmichael coal and mine project in Australia's Queensland state, according to a media report on Monday. "The Carmichael mine will produce two coal products: product one, a low ash ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Adani says Queensland govt supports coal mine project  Rediff.com1 month ago Chappells urge Adani to reconsider Oz mine  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Prominent Australians ask Adani to abandon coal mine project  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Aus govt company seeks to invest in Adani's coal mine project

An Australian government-owned fund manager company has expressed interest to invest in "infrastructure pieces" of Indian energy giant Adani's USD 21 billion controversial coal mine project in Queensland. Chief executive ofQIC Damien Frawleysaid the company, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

An open letter, dated March 16, cited public opposition

risks to miners' health, climate change and potential impact on the fragile Great Barrier Reef as reasons for their request not to proceed with the project in the Galilee Basin.
 DNA1 month ago

Queensland reaffirms commitment to Adani's biz

The Premier of Queensland, Annastacia Palaszczuk, has affirmed her government's commitment to the $16.5 billion Carmichael mine project, a mine proposed by Adani Mining, a part of global integrated infrastructure conglomerate, Adani Group. "My visit here ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Queensland govt supports USD 16.5bn coal mine project: Adani  Deccan Herald1 month ago Queensland Premier reaffirms commitment to Adani's coal mine project  Business Standard1 month ago
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