Vermont East coal project

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Vermont East coal project is a coal mine project under consideration by Macarthur Coal. The project is located 40 kilometres south of Moorvale Mine in Queensland.

The company states on its website that "initial results confirm the presence of a medium volatile coking coal, a thermal coal and a PCI coal, as inferred from the nearby Lake Vermont Project." It describes the status of the project as "a grassroots prospect currently under the exploration spotlight".[1]

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  1. Macarthur Coal, "Exploration Prospects", Macarthur Coal website, accessed August 2010.

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