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Category archive: Coal

Independent Peer Review of Coal Mine Expansion Prefeasibility

Coal Mine Expansion Prefeasibility

Enthalpy were asked to carry out Independent Peer Review of a pre-feasibility study for the brownfields expansion of an underground coal mine in Logan County, West Virginia. Our review team highlighted minor issues with the level of content, quality and accuracy of a few chapters of the feasibility study.  The highlighted gaps and recommendations allowed…

Underground Coal Mine Construction

Underground Coal Mine Construction

Enthalpy was engaged to prepare tender enquiries for the Engineering, project and construction management of the new longwall surface facilities in Queensland for a $560M total project. The assignment was extended to provide a project control group for the premobilisation phase of the project. Continued success led to Enthalpy’s team being engaged for the full…

Port Expansion – Project Management, Contracts and Project Controls Advice

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Enthalpy was called in by the owner of a coal port in eastern Australia to establish project controls in the formation of EPCM and key construction contracts for the $350M dredging and construction of expanded port facilities. We completed project establishment work including an owner’s project execution plan, cost reviews, and EPCM contract establishment. We…

Major Coal Extraction Investigation

coal extraction investigation

Enthalpy was engaged by a major resources client to help study a greenfield investment opportunity involving the potential to extract a significant energy coal resource from under a >300 square kilometre exploration lease area for domestic and/or export markets.

Major Open Cut Coal Mine Expansion

coal mine expansion

The Project Enthalpy was engaged to provide Owners’ Project Management Services to lead a mega project for the development an open cut mine that was drawing out up to 15 million tonnes of coal per annum using truck and shovel mining methods. The project involved: Construction of a rail loop and train load out facilities…