Agency reports suggest that by 2015, the Adani Group hopes to start production at its $10-billion Carmichael mine project in the Galilee basin in Queensland, Australia.
The project may attain peak production level of 60 million tonne a year by 2022 and the mine is estimated to have coal reserves of up to 10 billion tonne making it the largest single coal exploration tenement in the world.
As part of the mining exploration, the firm has reportedly completed the most-comprehensive geotechnical field investigation to define the coal resource at Carmichael.
In a statement, the company said the project will include the construction of a world class mine, rail and port infrastructure all benefiting the state of Queensland.
The Adani Group has already invested $3 billion in cash in its integrated Australian projects through its Australian subsidiary, Adani Mining Pty. The group is expected to invest $7 billion more over the next few years.
It may be recalled that the group is operating Abbot Point coal terminal in Queensland, which it had acquired in 2011 and is planning to increase its annual capacity to 120 million tonne per year from current 50 million tonne.
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