KEPCO says Bylong mine proposal has no value after refusal in September

By Joanne McCarthy
Updated February 7 2020 - 12:20am, first published 12:15am
Future: A KEPCO-owned property in the Bylong Valley. The future of more than 13,000 hectares of land in the valley owned by KEPCO is up in the air after a coal mine refusal, and a company write-off of the project in January. Picture: Simon McCarthy.

THE South Korean energy company that spent a decade trying to start a coal mine in Bylong Valley has written off the project and nearly 700 million Australian dollars.

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