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06 May
Anglo American has been forced to suspend operations at its Grosvenor coking coal mine following an explosion on Wednesday afternoon. Anglo last said it aimed to ship 19-21 million tonnes of coking coal in 2020 from its total operations, Kallanish notes. Five people were injured in the explosion. The 5 million tonnes/year mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin is next to the 5m t/y Moranbah North mine which halted operations in June last year due to a roof collaps…
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