In 2001 we were pleased to assist Newmont Australia Limited (formerly Normandy Mining Limited) in a review of their Greenhouse Challenge action plans across all their mine sites in Australia. We were engaged to review existing greenhouse gas abatement projects and identify new greenhouse gas abatement projects as part of Newmont’s Greenhouse Challenge commitment (formerly […]
In 1999 we were pleased to assist The Centennial Coal Company Limited with their initial Greenhouse Challenge Co-operative Agreement with the Commonwealth government. In 2001, we provided further assistance to Centennial to report on the original agreement and revamp that agreement to take account the changing number of coal mines in Centennial’s portfolio. A revamped […]
Reprinted from James Hardie Energy News – December 1984 Whilst this story occurred some time ago now, we think that it is worth repeating here because the principles are highly relevant and applicable today. Since 1981, when the Group Energy Conservation Programme was initiated much has been achieved and learnt culminating in energy savings totalling […]
The workbook contains generic greenhouse gas abatement projects relevant to the industry, a flow chart of the steps in the Challenge Programme and spreadsheets to get you started.
In 1997, we were engaged by Peabody Resources Limited (PRL) to prepare their Greenhouse Challenge Cooperative Agreement for their two mines, Ravensworth and Warkworth in the Hunter Valley, NSW, and make allowance for the inclusion of the new Bengalla operation near Muswellbrook, NSW. A significant part of the project involved developing appropriate Greenhouse Response Strategies, […]
Reproduced from Energy Focus: June 1995 A study commissioned by Orion Energy, formerly Shortland Electricity, and Pacific Power has suggested that open cut coal mines in the Hunter Valley region of NSW could reduce energy costs by an average of up to 20%. Denis Cooke of Denis Cooke and Associates and Colin Randall of C […]
Reprinted from Energy Focus Magazine 1993 When residents of Bathurst, in the Central West of NSW, turn on the tap to fill the bath or make a cup of tea they are probably unaware of the efforts being undertaken to get their water to them as cheaply as possible. Water and sewerage services are provided […]