1 Managed saleable; t = tonnes
2 Glencore completed its acquisition of an 82% stake in Hail Creek Coal on 1 August 2018. Glencore has subsequently acquired a further 2.67% in the operation
3 Glencore completed its acquisition of a 49% stake in Hunter Valley Operations on 4 May 2018. The volumes included above represent Glencore’s share of the non-managed Joint Venture
We employ about 5,200 people across our New South Wales coal business and in 2018 managed the production of more than 59 million tonnes of saleable thermal and coking coal.
We have eight mining complexes across three coalfields: Hunter Valley, Western Districts and Southern Districts. We export coal from the Port of Newcastle and also from Port Kembla.
We are the largest producer in New South Wales and one of the largest economic contributors in the Hunter Region.
We employ about 4,300 people across our Queensland coal business and in 2018 managed the production of more than 44 million tonnes of saleable thermal and coking coal.
Our coal assets include six mining complexes in the Bowen Basin, incorporating six open cut and underground operations and four coal handling and processing plants.
We export coal via the Abbot Point Coal Terminal, Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal, RG Tanna Coal Terminal and the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) in Gladstone.
We aim to have a positive impact on communities associated with our operations with a strong focus on rehabilitation and capacity building community investment.