Bathurst to resume mining at Stockton

Staff reporters
Tue, 21 Apr 2020

Bathurst Resources will resume operations at its Stockton export mine, with social distancing measures and reduced staff on site, once alert-level 3 takes effect next Tuesday.Stockton will have lost just over four weeks of production but Bathurst said it is in a “good position” to meet 40 tonnes of hard-coking coal and 110 tonnes of semi-hard and semi-soft coal sales in the May to June period.  Two shipments amounting to 82 tonnes of stock-piled semi-hard coking coal were shipped during April through Lyttelton Port in complianc...

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