The latest news from Port Waratah
Port Waratah CEO accepts Hunter Business Chamber presidency
Port Waratah Coal Services CEO, Hennie du Plooy, has been appointed as the president of the Hunter Business Chamber Board.
We understand that protests are being planned in Newcastle, including the Harbour from the 12th to 16th of September.
Port Waratah Terminal 4 Announcement
Port Waratah expect existing coal terminal capacity to be sufficient for foreseeable growth
Port Waratah and the National Pollutant Inventory (NPI)
Port Waratah and the National Pollutant Inventory (NPI). Statement provided to the Newcastle Herald on Wednesday 30-May-2018
Boost for Soul Café’s Mental Health Clinic
In a welcome boost for their mental health services, Rick Prosser, Soul Café CEO, announced that Port Waratah Coal Services have extended their funding of the Soul Café mental health clinician.
Contributing locally, sharing value sustainably – 2017 Sustainable Development Report
Port Waratah Coal Services have published their 2017 Sustainable Development Report, the sixth since the company commenced reporting on its management approach to sustainability and operational, environmental and social performance.
Child Life Therapist Project Wins Inaugural Community Pitchfest
A community pitch for a Child Life Therapist to assist children undergoing cancer treatment has taken out top honours at the 2018 Port Waratah Community Pitchfest.
Throsby Creek Cleanup
Throsby Creek the winner in clean up
Helping Jenny's Place help Newcastle women
Domestic violence is an issue for all Novocastrians, and Port Waratah is increasing its involvement with Jenny’s Place to help support women and children who are exposed to the damaging effects of violence in their homes.
Rio Tinto announcement regarding Coal and Allied
Port Waratah notes the announcement by Rio Tinto tonight that it has reached an agreement to sell its interest in Coal and Allied Industries Ltd to Yancoal Australia Ltd.
UPDATE: Conveyor Fire at Kooragang Coal Terminal
Operations at Port Waratah’s Kooragang Terminal have resumed following a fire on a conveyor system on Friday afternoon.
Conveyor Fire at Kooragang Coal Terminal
This afternoon at approximately 3:00pm a fire was identified on a conveyor system at Port Waratah’s Kooragang Terminal. The conveyor system was not operating at the time.
New Shiploaders Arrive at Port Waratah
At noon today two new shiploaders arrived in the Port of Newcastle on the big lift vessel, the Happy Buccaneer bound for Port Waratah’s Carrington Terminal.
Port Waratah to Update Shiploaders
After loading more than 300 million tonnes of coal over the past 40 years, the hard working shiploaders at Port Waratah Coal Services’ Carrington terminal are about to be replaced.
Port Waratah understand that a number of people are planning protests on or around Newcastle Harbour on Saturday 7th May and Sunday 8th May.
2015 Sustainable Development Report Published
Each year Port Waratah publishes a report on its performance across key areas of Sustainable Development; governance, people, social, economic and environmental.