The Quintette Coal Project

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Mots clés : Coal developments;Denison Mines Limited;Quintette Coal Limited;Thermal coal;Metallurgical coal;Gething Formation;Gates member
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R.R. POTTER
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): ANDRE BERUBE
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): CHRISTOPHER ANDREAE
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Sommaire: The Bullmoose Mine is currently under construction in the North East Coal area of British Columbia, and approximately $300 million will be spent to bring this 2.3 million-tonnes-per-year metallurgical and thermal coal mine into production by December 1, 1983.
The project is an unincorporated joint venture undertaking, with Teck-Bullmoose Coal Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Teck Corporation, holding 51 %, Lornex Mining Corporation holding 39%, and Nissho-Iwai (Canada) Ltd. holding 10%....
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): R. DROZD
Mots clés: Coal developments, Northeast B.C., Bullmoose Mine, Teck Corporation, Open-pit mining, Plant construction, Overburden removal, Gates Member, Coal preparation, Metallurgical coal, Thermal coal, Manpower, Financing.
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Sommaire: A significant addition to Canada's commodity export transportation capabilities is being built by Ridley Terminals Inc. on Ridley Island in the Port of Prince Rupert on British Columbia's north coast. Site preparation began in early 1982. By the end of 1983 the terminal will be receiving coal from two major new mines being developed in B.C.'s massive $2.5 billion northeast coal development.
The RTI terminal will have initial capacity to transfer 12 million tonnes of coal a year from railcars...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): MURRAY E. BLANCHARD
Mots clés: Coal developments, Northeast B.C., Ridley Island, Ridley Terminals Inc., Coal transport, Unit trains, Port development.
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Sommaire: The northeastern region of British Columbia contains large quantities of high-quality metallurgical coal. To market the coal, it was necessary to provide the required infrastructure which included rail access. This paper presents the role of the British Columbia Railway in the northeast coal development.
In 1976, B.C. Railway undertook to study two main routes, one originating at Chetwynd and the other at Anzac, both located on the main line, north of Prince George. The routes studied are...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): V.W. SHTENKO, B.J. ENNIS, P.M. BRIDGE
Mots clés: Coal developments, Northeast B.C., Tumbler Ridge branch line, B.C. Railway, Anzac, Terrain analysis, Maintenance, Avalanche monitoring, Environmental control, Electrification, Locomotives, Track structure, Grade design, Tunnel design.
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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Sommaire: Tumbler Ridge, Canada's newest resource community, has been developed differently than have been other resource communities. Since its conceptualization, emphasis has been placed on the establishment of a traditional municipal government at early a stage as possible.
Planning for the community goes back to 1977. By then, extensive study by provincial agencies had shown a new resource town would be required to exploit northeast coal. The Ministry of Municipal Affairs, in conjunction with a...
Publication: CIM Bulletin
Auteur(s): PATRICK WALSH, G. PAGET, R.A. RABNETT
Mots clés: Coal developments, Northeast B.C., Tumbler Ridge, Resource Communities, Financing, Land development, Housing, Social development, Mine development, Community facilities.
Numéro: 853
Volume: 76
Année: 1983
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