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Piles of coal on Kooragang Island, Australia

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Large piles of coal await shipment on Kooragang Island, part of the Port of Newcastle in New South Wa
 

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January 3 · Issue #484 · View online
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Large piles of coal await shipment on Kooragang Island, part of the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia. Established in 1984 with a capacity of 15 million tonnes per annum, the island now has a capacity of at least 120 million tonnes per annum. In July 2013, a record 10.3 million tonnes of coal was processed through the Port of Newcastle, with 83 of 114 ships loaded at the Kooragang Island terminal.
32°52'31.1"S, 151°46'04.0"E

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