Oaky Creek Coal
Oaky Creek Coal operation produces metallurgical coal for export.
Oaky Creek Coal 2019 contribution
employees and contractors
tonnes of saleable product
spent on goods and services
The mine is located in Central Queensland’s Bowen Basin, 90 kilometres north-west of Emerald and 46 kilometres south-west of Middlemount.
The coal is exported through the ports of Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal south of Mackay and from the Port of Gladstone.
The operation is a joint venture between Glencore (55%), Sumisho Coal Australia P/L (25%), Itochu Coal Resources Australia P/L (10%) and ICRA OC P/L (10%).
Underground Water Impact Report (UWIR) - public notice
Submissions open until Tuesday 8 June 2021
From Wednesday 12 May 2021, you have the opportunity to review and comment on Oaky Creek Coal's UWIR for its operations located in the Central Highlands area, approximately 100 kilometres northeast of Emerald, Queensland.
Submissions must be received by close of business on Tuesday 8 June 2021.
Glencore continues to engage openly and regularly with the communities of Tieri, Capella and the wider Bowen Basin of Queensland.
We are committed to engaging with all stakeholders, particularly those in the local community.
The Western Kangoulu are the Traditional Owners of the land on which Oaky Creek Coal operates. Oaky Creek Coal works closely with the Western Kangoulu in cultural heritage management and to highlight the importance of cultural awareness among its workforce.
Glencore partners with organisations to promote sustainable development in:
Our community partnerships at Oaky Creek Coal include:
- Tieri Annual PGA Pro Am – as major sponsor of one of the major events on the Ladbrokes Pro-Am Series schedule in recent years
- CTM Links – Tieri Womens Social Cohesion Project, helping to build cohesion and a healthy connection within our community through the Ladies in Tieri (LIT) project.
Oaky Creek Coal continually reviews and seeks improvements to meet our regulatory requirements.
As part of our obligations under the Water Act 2000, Oaky Creek Coal has an Underground Water Impact Report for our operations.
The Chief Executive of the now Queensland Department of Environment & Science has approved the report.
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