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Are they serious? Activist group asks the premier to override the independent planning process.

24 May 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Fairfax media yesterday reported that the anti-coal activist group, Battle for Berrima will be meeting today with the NSW Premier and local MP’s Pru Goward and Jai Rowell to ‘urge the project to be blocked’.… Read more

Hume Coal’s response to the Australia Institute’s economic review

19 May 2017 MEDIA RELEASE The Greens linked anti-coal lobby group, the Australia Institute has recently published its interim review of the Hume Coal economic assessment. The Canberra based group claims to have interviewed 14 local business owners within the… Read more

Facts not Fiction – the truth about Hume Coal and level crossings

05 May 2017 MEDIA RELEASE Hume Coal has rebuffed accusations by anti-coal activist group, the Battle for Berrima, that the proposed mine and associated Berrima Rail project would lead to an increase in delays for traffic at level crossings in… Read more

Hume Coal responds to claims about private landowner groundwater bores

28 April 2017 MEDIA RELEASE The Hume Coal environmental impact statement details the impact of the mining proposal on groundwater bores. Greig Duncan, Project Director, said that water has always been a key consideration and the environmental impact statement contained… Read more


The Hume Coal Project is based in the Southern Highlands of NSW, and is assessing the potential of an underground coal mine. The coal mining operation will supply metallurgical coal for the production of steel and industrial coal for uses in industry, such as cement production.

In March 2017, Hume Coal lodged its environmental impact statement and development application documents for the Hume Coal Project and Berrima Rail Project.

The Hume Coal Project is 100% owned by South Korean steel manufacturer, POSCO.

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