Korean Government-backed KEPCO has spent more than $702 million on a controversial Bylong mine proposal

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated January 23 2018 - 11:41am, first published 10:30am
Mining company makes a final pitch for a controversial Upper Hunter coal mine

A KOREAN Government-backed mining company has assured the NSW Government of the “criticality” of an Upper Hunter coal mine proposal to Korea over the next 25 years in a bid to get the project over the line after a scathing Planning Assessment Commission assessment.

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