13. La Trobe Valley Tertiary Brown Coal Deposits | VRO
Excavation and widening of the brown coal open cut mines is consistent with the preservation of clear and unweathered sections of the La Trobe Valley Coal Measures. Several areas should be selected and reserved by the S.E.C. to display the thickness and structure of the Coal measures and the stratigraphy of the overburden and the underlying
Latrobe Valley coal mines - Earth Resources
Latrobe Valley coal mines. The Board of Inquiry established on 21 March to inquire into, and report on, a range of issues associated with the Hazelwood mine fire made a range of recommendations to improve the regulation of coal mines in Victoria. The Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions (DJPR) regulates the mineral, petroleum, greenhouse gas geological storage, extractive and geothermal industries in Victoria.
Management of aquifer depressurization system in Hazelwood
Aquifer depressurisation in Latrobe Valley Coal Mines is a well established practice. It is required for safe mining operations in winning brown coal for coal fired power stations. Hazelwood Mine commenced operation in 1950s and aquifer depressurisation begun in 1960s. The aquifer depressurisation has become significant around 1970s. Figure 2 shows
HISTORY OF COAL MINING - Australian Bureau of Statistics
In the Latrobe Valley the beds reach a thickness of over 800 feet. When dried, the material makes good fuel, but owing to its excessive combustibility and friability requires to be consumed, in specially constructed grates. Attempts have been made to manufacture briquettes from the brown coal, but so far without any great measure of success.
Latrobe Valley | Victorian Places
The area of brown coal deposits is mostly south of the Latrobe River and extends from just east of Moe to the road between Sale and Stradbroke, 52 km. Its north-south extent measures about 15 km, taking in Boolarra and Gormandale. In 1977 the State Electricity Commission stated that in 50 years it had used under 1% of proven coal reserves.
Latrobe Valley mine 'pit lakes' risk river health in drying
Dec 10, · Turning the Latrobe Valley's open-cut coal mines into "pit lakes" will worsen the health of an ailing river system, new analysis shows. Latrobe Valley mine 'pit lakes' risk river health in drying
PDF Latrobe Valley Brown Coal Mine Batter Stability Research
Large and expanding brown coal mines in the Latrobe Valley provide an increased challenge for the assessment of mine slope stability risks and the implementation of risk control measures.
Victoria's LaTrobe Valley is going from brown coal to
The Gippsland region is synonymous with coal, being home to the Hazelwood coal plant which shut in 2017. But Latrobe Magnesium (ASX:LMG) wants to open a plant which generates magnesium from the fly ash of coal plants. Yesterday it revealed its feasibility study and it expects construction to start on a plant in December and be complete in 2021.
Water shortages, pollution mean Latrobe Valley mine lakes
A Victorian Government report reveals filling the Latrobe Valley coal mines with water would affect vegetation and wildlife The EPA has ordered Hazelwood mine owners to clean up groundwater contamination Environment groups say there is mounting evidence the mines should not be turned into lakes
Victoria's Latrobe Valley coal-to-hydrogen pilot project gets
The Loy Yang brown coal mine in Victoria's Latrobe Valley. (Supplied: Environment Victoria)
PDF H History SEC Operations in the Latrobe Valley
An Overview of Brown Coal Mining and Electricity Generation in the Latrobe Valley, from the Establishment of the State Electricity Commission of Victoria to Privatisation . Meredith Fletcher . At the turn of the twentieth century, Victoria's main fuel and energy source was black coal
Plan to turn Latrobe Valley coal mines into lake attraction
Oct 04, · The Latrobe Valley's coal mines could be filled with water and made into a tourist attraction to rival Italy's stunning Lake Como or America's Great Lakes. It's a radical new plan for the region, aimed at making it a food and wine hub, but not all locals are convinced it's the best idea.
Brown Coal Mine | Haunted Hills Tours
Yallourn North was the first town Haunted Hills Tours opened with Ghost Tours. Yallourn North is a lovely town in the Latrobe Valley, it was originally called the Brown Coal Mine, because it was built on the edge of a mine, called the Brown Coal Mine. The community here care about their town and share their town with some paranormal entities.
Coal mine planning's dark history | Latrobe Valley Express
Oct 28, · It went on to report "most, if not all, of these requirements have been met". History showed, in fact, the town's location overlay significant brown coal deposits, resulting in a decision to dig it up about 28 years ago, despite the town once being touted as a "permanent show-piece of enlightened town planning".
Hydrogen offers new future to Latrobe Valley coal
Hydrogen offers new future to Latrobe Valley coal Hydrogen is being touted as the next generation fuel for cars, power stations and homes. A new pilot project in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley will use brown coal to produce hydrogen for export to Japan and could kick off a
Latrobe Valley Open Cuts: Wastelands or treasured assets
Jan 09, · Large scale open-cut mining of brown coal has been going on in the Latrobe Valley for nearly one hundred years. However, after the alienation of huge swathes of valuable land for the purposes of open-cut mining, not even a tiny section of any of the major mined areas has been fully and finally rehabilitated to any form of productive use and returned to some form of non-mining company ownership.
Coal Mining Heritage Study - Heritage - Heritage
3.8 Maryvale Proprietary Coal Mining Company and other Brown Coal Mining Ventures in the Morwell River Valley to 1890 27 3.9 ‘Rollo’ Mines (including the Yarragon Brown Coal Mining Company) to 1890 27 3.10 Coal Mining Activities West from Melbourne 1871–1890 28 3.10.1 Lal Lal 28 3.10.2 Altona to Bacchus Marsh 28 3.10.3 The Otways 28
THE STORY – Our Power, Documentary (Film
The Latrobe Valley is the power generation hub of Victoria (Australia) and hosts three brown coal mines – Yallourn, Hazelwood and Loy Yang – that together have been providing up to 70% – 80% of the state’s power since the 1920s.
Common Cause - Hydrogen offers new future to Latrobe Valley coal
Hydrogen offers new future to Latrobe Valley coal Hydrogen is being touted as the next generation fuel for cars, power stations and homes. A new pilot project in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley will use brown coal to produce hydrogen for export to Japan and could kick off a new commercial industry.
Morrison government paves the way for brown hydrogen industry
May 15, · The hydrogen economy has many hidden energy losses. This Latrobe valley project to manufacture 3 tons of liquid hydrogen from brown coal, for shipment to Japan, clearly demonstrates this problem. This project will convert 160 ton of brown coal to 3 tons of hydrogen producing 100 ton of carbon-dioxide and 98 tons of char.
Tour the history of the Brown Coal Mine (Yallourn North
Mar 17, · 2. History of the Brown Coal Mine. Starting location: Old Brown Coal Mine Museum is also known as the Yallourn North Historical and District Society (Third St, Yallourn North VIC 3825 geocode: -38.164324, 146.363994 longitude – latitude) Directions to the road to nowhere: cross the road, walk down to the left you’ll find the road to nowhere
latrobe valley brown coal mines
Latrobe Valley Brown Coal Mines Vollendam. The Latrobe Valley Regional Rehabilitation Strategy (LVRRS) The Latrobe Valley's three brown coal mines Hazelwood, Yallourn and Loy Yang have fuelled most of Victoria's electricity generation since 1924. Hazelwood closed in and Yallourn and Loy Yang are planned to close by 2032 and 2048 respectively.
Disused Coal-Fired Power Station Demolished in Victoria’s
Energy giant Engie demolished the eight 137-metre-tall chimneys of a decommissioned brown coal-fired power station in the Latrobe Valley region of Victoria, Australia, on May 25. The Hazelwood
Expert Advice For Latrobe Valley Mine Rehab | Mirage News
Jun 26, · The rehabilitation of the Latrobe Valley’s brown coal mines will be steered by experts and locals through the creation of a new authority and a strategy to guide rehabilitation planning and works over the coming decades.
LATROBE VALLEY NOT COAL VALLEY - Gippsland Action Group
Apr 19, · Federal Government plan to turn Latrobe Valley into a giant coal pit. Thursday, April 19, 2012. The Victorian Government is backing a Federal Government plan to turn the Latrobe Valley into a mega coal mining area, set to join the scale of the Pilbara area in Western Australia, home to over 20 large scale iron ore mines operated by BHP Biliton, Fortescue Metals, and Rio Tinto.
Latrobe Valley mine 'pit lakes' risk river health in
Turning the Latrobe Valley's open-cut coal mines into "pit lakes" will worsen the health of an ailing river system, new analysis shows. Latrobe Valley mine 'pit lakes' risk river health in drying