Reg Tanna Coal Terminal Expansion Project by cometjunkie43

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									Reg Tanna Coal Terminal

Expansion Project

Fisherman’s Fisherman’s Landing Landing RG Tanna RG Tanna Coal Terminal Coal Terminal Auckland Point Auckland Point Barney Point Barney Point Coal Terminal Coal Terminal South Trees South Trees Wharves Wharves Boyne Boyne Wharf Wharf

Port of Gladstone Trade Volumes
Mt Mt

105 90 75 60 45 30 15 0 1990 1995 2000
Financial Year Financial Year

105

63.1 46.1 36.8 29.5

2005

2010

Port of Gladstone Trade Mix
Coal Industry Cement Industry Aluminium Industry Other

2005/06
25%

3%

3%

69%

2% 3%

2010/11

26%

69%

Development of CQ Coal Mines
Central Queensland Central Queensland Mines Mines
Northern Bowen Basin Northern Bowen Basin 40mtpa+ 40mtpa+ Projected Increased Projected Increased Tonnage to 2010 Tonnage to 2010

Southern Bowen Basin Southern Bowen Basin 20mtpa+ 20mtpa+

Moura System Moura System 10mtpa+ 10mtpa+

Surat Basin Surat Basin ?mtpa ?mtpa

Coal Export Forecasts
Mt Mt

70 70

pa mt 25
50 50

30 30
2005/06 2005/06 2006/07 2006/07 2007/08 2007/08 2008/09 2008/09 2009/10 2009/10

Financial Year Financial Year

Current Current 44 Mtpa 16 Stockpiles 44 Mtpa 16 Stockpiles

RG Tanna Coal Terminal

July 2007 July 2007 68 Mtpa 21 Stockpiles 68 Mtpa 21 Stockpiles 50 Year Horizon 50 Year Horizon 70 Mtpa 70 Mtpa

Gladstone Gladstone

70 60 50 40 30 21 20 10 0 1990 1995 2000 2005 15

70

pa ttpa m 55 m 55
27

39

2010

Barney Point Coal Terminal
Gladstone Gladstone

Current 3,955,040 tpa Current 3,955,040 tpa

50 Year Horizon 5 Mtpa

Proposed Wiggins Island Coal Terminal
Gladstone Gladstone

50 Year Horizon 70 Mtpa

Gladstone Coal Port

Wiggins Island Coal Terminal

R G Tanna Coal Terminal

Potential Coal Exporting Capacity

140 Mtpa

Central Queensland Port Authority REG TANNNA COAL TERMINAL

EXPANSION PROJECT SPECIFIC

Terminal

Elements

• • • • • • • • •

Upgrade present Shiploading System 3rd Rail Receival and Conveyors 3rd Shiploader and Conveyors 5 New Stockpiles 4th Berth Terminal Industrial Area Re-development Major Electrical Infrastructure Upgrade Major Control System Upgrade Increase to Dozer Fleet by 7 machines

Upgrade

• • • •

4000tph - 6000tph Speed System Move drives for ease of access Commenced installing new control system • Completed over 2 shutdown periods Shiploader #1 Shiploader #2

rd 3rd Rail Receival

• Dump Station larger and deeper
Dump Station 2 has internal dimensions of approximately 7.8 m width by 7.9m depth and a length of 43m with a total bin capacity of approximately 240 tonnes. Dump station 3 has internal dimensions of approximately 13.5m width by 12m depth and a length of 44m with a total bin capacity of 580 tonnes.

• Able to access 3 of 4 routes • 5 new Conveyors • New Control System

rd 3rd Shiploader

• New Shiploader and 4 Conveyors • Access Stockpiles outside loop initially • Changed design on Shiploader #3 Tripper • Delivery of Shiploader from the Cairncross Dock late December 2006 early January 2007

Stockpiles

• 5 new Stockpiles
2 in existing area 3 in new area Ground stabilisation an issue Initial access from RR#3

Key Project Information • Project Final Forecast Cost at completion - $700M • Schedule completion - (commence wet Commissioning)
Rail Receival #3 – Nov/Dec 2006 Shiploader #3 – Mar/April 2007

• Project Completion – November 2007 • Heaviest Lift –
Rail Receival #3 – 100t Gantries Shiploader #3 - lift Shiploader #3 onto Berth #3


								
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