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As at May 2016 there are 17 producing coal mines in New Zealand. As at May 2016 there are 17 producing coal mines in New Zealand. Skip Links. Skip to Main Content. Skip to Primary Navigation. Skip to Sibling Navigation. Show/Hide search form. Menu. Permits Show/Hide sub ...

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Coal Mining | NZHistory, New Zealand history online

It was also the site of an early experiment in state socialism – New Zealand's first state coal mine opened there in 1903. Read the full article. Page 2 – Coal is discovered. After John Rochfort discovered fragments of bituminous coal in a river north of Westport in 1859, the search was on for accessible coal seams that could be mined.

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Coal and coal mining – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New

2021-1-20 · Europeans began mining coal in New Zealand in the 1840s. At first, men went underground and dug out the coal with picks and shovels. In the early 1900s men used compressed-air machines in mines to cut coal from the rock. They also used explosives to blast the rocks. The coal was loaded into railway wagons and taken out.

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New Zealand Coal & Carbon

Our mining operations are based on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. Having conducted business since 1982 we have extensive history and experience in both exploration and mining. ROA Mining Company Ltd operates our ROA Mine renowned for its premium hard coking coal.

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New Zealand and coal | Tedsoutfit Wiki | Fandom

2018-6-6 · Coal mining Edit. The New Zealand coal mining industry produced 5.77 million tonnes in 2006. The major mining operations are centred on the Waikato region, the West Coast and Southland. 2.29 million tonnes was produced from Waikato mines, mostly for supplying the Huntly Power Station, which consumes over 1.9 million tonnes a year and the Glenbrook Mill of New Zealand Steel, which

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Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd - Home

Restoration methods at the coal mine sites developed in conjunction with Land Care New Zealand have set the benchmarks for the West Coast mining industry. Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd operate a number of coal distribution centres from within the West Coast and the wider South Island.

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Seddonville State Mine - NZHistory, New Zealand

In the 1890s all coal mines in New Zealand were run by private companies. The largest was the Westport Coal Company, a subsidiary of the Union Steam Ship Company, which was able to use its near-monopoly position to control coal production and keep prices high.

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(PDF) Insect faunas of acidic coal mine drainages in ...

The southern hemisphere also has highly acidic water problems from closed coal mines (with pH levels 2.6 to 4.2) reported in streams in a New Zealand study of abandoned coal mines (Winterbourn ...

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Coal mine at Hikurangi, Whangarei dis... | Items ...

2021-1-2 · Coal mine at Hikurangi, Whangarei district, Northland. Shows buildings and smokestacks amongst rolling hills. Photograph taken between 1907-1921, by Frederick George Radcliffe. This item is available as a high resolution download. A request to buy an image can take up to

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Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd - Home

Restoration methods at the coal mine sites developed in conjunction with Land Care New Zealand have set the benchmarks for the West Coast mining industry. Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd operate a number of coal distribution centres from within the West Coast and the wider South Island.

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New Zealand and coal | Tedsoutfit Wiki | Fandom

2018-6-6 · Coal mining Edit. The New Zealand coal mining industry produced 5.77 million tonnes in 2006. The major mining operations are centred on the Waikato region, the West Coast and Southland. 2.29 million tonnes was produced from Waikato mines, mostly for supplying the Huntly Power Station, which consumes over 1.9 million tonnes a year and the Glenbrook Mill of New Zealand Steel, which

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Seddonville State Mine - NZHistory, New Zealand

In the 1890s all coal mines in New Zealand were run by private companies. The largest was the Westport Coal Company, a subsidiary of the Union Steam Ship Company, which was able to use its near-monopoly position to control coal production and keep prices high.

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Coal on the coast: between a rock and a hard place |

2021-1-18 · Grand-daddy of mines on the Coast—Coalcorp’s opencast Stockten mine sprawls over 2300 hectares, employs 119 and is expected to produce 1.2 million tonnes of coal this year. Some is so pure that it is used for making the carbon fibres that impart strength to shafts of squash rackets and yacht hulls, and the activated carbon in water purifiers.

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Strongman Mine (Strongman 2), Greymouth, Grey

Strongman Mine (Strongman 2), Greymouth, Grey District, West Coast Region, New Zealand : Started as the Strongman Mine by the New Zealand government as a state owned mine in 1939 and until 1967 when it closed, it was considered New Zealand's largest underground coal mine. It was ...

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Liverpool Mine, Greymouth, Grey District, West Coast ...

The mine was formally opened in 1913, this time named as Liverpool, as a New Zealand state government enterprise, which remained the case for the rest of its history. It was initially operated by the Mines Department, then the lease owned by Coal Company from 1987, which morphed into Solid Energy, and was liquidated in 2015.

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Crown Minerals Act 1991 No 70 (as at 07 August 2020 ...

any coal mining right or other right, lease, sublease, tenancy, licence, or easement granted under the Coal Mines Act 1979: (d) ... territorial sea means the territorial sea of New Zealand as defined by section 3 of the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977.

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(PDF) Insect faunas of acidic coal mine drainages in ...

The southern hemisphere also has highly acidic water problems from closed coal mines (with pH levels 2.6 to 4.2) reported in streams in a New Zealand study of abandoned coal mines (Winterbourn ...

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New Zealand’s main coalfields – Coal and coal mining

2021-1-21 · The four major coalfields in New Zealand are in the Waikato, the West Coast, Otago and Southland. Click on each region to get a more detailed map showing the coal deposits.

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Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd - Home

Restoration methods at the coal mine sites developed in conjunction with Land Care New Zealand have set the benchmarks for the West Coast mining industry. Birchfield Coal Mines Ltd operate a number of coal distribution centres from within the West Coast and the wider South Island.

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New Zealand and coal | Tedsoutfit Wiki | Fandom

2018-6-6 · Coal mining Edit. The New Zealand coal mining industry produced 5.77 million tonnes in 2006. The major mining operations are centred on the Waikato region, the West Coast and Southland. 2.29 million tonnes was produced from Waikato mines, mostly for supplying the Huntly Power Station, which consumes over 1.9 million tonnes a year and the Glenbrook Mill of New Zealand Steel, which

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New Zealand - underground mine bituminous coal

New Zealand's bituminous coal production volume from underground mines totaled over 130 thousand metric tons in 2018. Try our corporate solution for free! (212) 419-8286

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Seddonville State Mine - NZHistory, New Zealand

In the 1890s all coal mines in New Zealand were run by private companies. The largest was the Westport Coal Company, a subsidiary of the Union Steam Ship Company, which was able to use its near-monopoly position to control coal production and keep prices high.

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COAL-MINES OF NEW ZEALAND. (EXTRACTS FROM

2020-12-19 · 1888. NEW ZEALAND. COAL-MINES OF NEW ZEALAND. (EXTRACTS FROM THE REPORTS OF INSPECTORS.) Presented to both Houses of the General Assembly by Command of His Excellency. NORTH ISLAND. . .: No. 1. Mr. Inspector McLaeen to the Undee-Seceetaby of Mines, Wellington. Sic, — Inspector of Mines' Office, Thames, 23rd March, 1888.

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Coal statistics | Ministry of Business, Innovation ...

Data tables for coal [XLSX, 304 KB] Coal overview. New Zealand has in-ground coal resources of more than 16 billion tonnes, of which 80% are lignite in the South Island. There are also substantial resources of sub-bituminous coal in both islands, and a lesser amount of high-quality bituminous coal, mainly on the West Coast of the South Island.

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Liverpool Mine, Greymouth, Grey District, West Coast ...

The mine was formally opened in 1913, this time named as Liverpool, as a New Zealand state government enterprise, which remained the case for the rest of its history. It was initially operated by the Mines Department, then the lease owned by Coal Company from 1987, which morphed into Solid Energy, and was liquidated in 2015.

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Crown Minerals Act 1991 No 70 (as at 07 August 2020 ...

any coal mining right or other right, lease, sublease, tenancy, licence, or easement granted under the Coal Mines Act 1979: (d) ... territorial sea means the territorial sea of New Zealand as defined by section 3 of the Territorial Sea, Contiguous Zone, and Exclusive Economic Zone Act 1977.

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