March 2015 Quarterly Production Report

The March 2015 Quarterly Production Report can be downloaded by clicking this link: 150414 March 2015 Quarterly Report

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Opportunity with Whitehaven a “dream come true”

Courtesy of the April/May 2015 edition of Coalface magazine Indigenous employment has always been a strong focus for Whitehaven Coal and the Maules Creek Project has been an opportunity to…

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Key facts about Maules Creek

On the morning of 17 December 2014, the very first train load of coal left Maules Creek – three months ahead of schedule and just 359 days since full approval…

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Whitehaven helps out rural health centre

Whitehaven Coal has donated $10,000 to the Gunnedah Rural Health Centre for the purchase of much-needed nursing and physiotheraphy equipment. Gunnedah Rural Health Centre chairman Keith Perrett said the three-year-old…

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New regional office boosts community presence

WHITEHAVEN Coal is increasing its community presence by applying to open a new regional office in the heart of Gunnedah. The company has purchased the former Crazy Clark’s building in Gunnedah’s…

Whitehaven Coal secures A$1.4 billion refinancing

Whitehaven Coal Limited (ASX: WHC) is pleased to announce it has accepted a fully underwritten offer for a new A$1.4 billion Senior Secured Bank Facility provided by a syndicate of…

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Whitehaven supports Nosh on the Namoi

Whitehaven Coal is delighted to announce that we are once again sponsoring this year’s Nosh on the Namoi festival. The festival celebrates and promotes local and regional produce and culture…

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Local businesses back Maules Creek coal mine

Local business people have pledged their public support for both the Maules Creek coal mine and the industry in general. Members of the Gunnedah Chamber of Commerce supported a motion stating the chamber understood…

ASX Investor Series videos

Paul Flynn, CEO and Managing Director of Whitehaven, presented to the ASX Investor Series last week. The presentation can be found below:  

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NSW Premier visits Maules Creek Project – video and pictures

NSW Premier Mike Baird inspected progress at Maules Creek, hailing the ‘positive role’ the project is contributing to the regional and state economy. The Premier visited the under-budget $767 million…