​We are one of the world's largest seaborne thermal coal exporters, as well as one of Australia's largest coal producers.

Fast facts:

  • The vast majority of our coal is exported to overseas markets, particularly in Asia
  • 18 operational open cut and underground mines across 13 complexes
  • Produced more than 92 million tonnes of saleable thermal and coking coal
Bulga CoalOpen cut / undergroundThermal, Coking9,893,000 t
Clermont Open Cut Open cutThermal13,110,000 t
Collinsville Open CutOpen cutThermal, Coking2,572,000 t
Liddell Open CutOpen cutThermal, Coking4,098,000 t
Mangoola Open CutOpen cutThermal9,330,000 t
Mount Owen CoalOpen cutThermal, Coking8,069,000 t
Newlands2Open cut / undergroundThermal, Coking5,840,000 t
Oaky Creek CoalUndergroundCoking6,565,000 t
Ravensworth CoalOpen cut / undergroundThermal, Coking6,510,000 t
Rolleston Open CutOpen cutThermal11,151,000 t
Tahmoor UndergroundUndergroundCoking, Thermal2,118,000 t
Ulan CoalOpen cut / undergroundThermal11,643,000 t
West Wallsend Underground2UndergroundThermal, Coking1,543,000 t

1 Managed saleable; t = tonnes
2 Newlands Underground and West Wallsend reached the end of their scheduled mine lives in June 2016
3 Glencore also has ownership interests in the United and Integra coal mines in the NSW Hunter Valley, neither of which is currently in production


We employ over 2,900 people across our Queensland coal business and in 2015 managed the production of more than 40 million tonnes of saleable thermal and coking coal.

Our coal assets include five mining complexes in the Bowen Basin, incorporating seven open cut and underground operations and four coal handling processing plants.

We manage operations at the Abbot Point Coal Terminal and export coal via Dalrymple Bay, the RG Tanna Coal Terminal and the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) in Gladstone.

New South Wales

We employ around 4,750 people across our New South Wales coal business and in 2015 managed the production of more than 53 million tonnes of saleable thermal and coking coal.

We have eight mining complexes across four coalfields: Hunter Valley, Newcastle, Western Districts and Southern Districts. We export coal from the Port of Newcastle and also from Port Kembla.

We are the largest coal producer in New South Wales and one of the largest economic contributors in the Hunter Region.