DBCT

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DBCTDalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (Australia)
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For the mines further south, AAPT faces greater exposure to competition from the lower-cost Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) about 200 km to the southeast.
The Hail Creek mine is located 120 kilometres south-west of Mackay and in 2017 produced about 9.4m tons of coal for export from the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal.
The number of coal vessels queuing at the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal in Australia's Queensland state is at the highest level seen since early 2010, shipping data and historical records from terminal operator DBCT Management showed.
Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) is a multi-user facility and Queensland's largest coal port.
Macarthur Coal said on Wednesday it had resumed transporting coal by rail to Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal this week, but force majeure notices remained in place and future coal trains would depend on coal availability.
Macarthur Coal said sales in the June 2010 quarter were stronger than expected, largely due to improved loading performance at the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal, which led to the loading of vessels earlier than scheduled during the month.
Prime Infrastructure's Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Management is the other "preferred proponent" for development of the coal terminal which lies within the Port of Hay Point.
ABSTRACT: The Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal (DBCT) in Queensland, Australia is experiencing continuing pressure to increase its throughput as a result of strong demands for coal in the world market.
Coal will be transported by rail a total distance of 175 km, to be loaded into ships at the Dalrymple Bay coal terminal. The first shipments are scheduled for the September quarter of 2003, and the full production will be 5.5 Mt/y.