Future of Coal

Filed under Event & Venue, Hunter Valley, Mining, News, Science & Research ~ by Press on  3 Apr 2019
Coal exports and the future a key focus of Upper Hunter breakfast.

Global energy trends and what they mean for the future of coal exports from the Hunter is the focus of the Hunter Research Foundation (HRF) Centre’s Upper Hunter economic breakfast at Muswellbrook RSL on Wednesday, 10 April.

Tony Wood, Energy Program Director for the Grattan Institute, will be the keynote speaker. He will shed light on whether demand for Hunter Valley coal is likely to go up, down, or sideways. Over what time frame – 10 years, 20 years, 50 years – might significant changes occur? What level of certainty about the future does evidence offer?

The HRF Centre’s Dr Anthea Bill will deliver insights into the Upper Hunter economy.

Dr Bill will also present analysis of data from the Centre’s unique Upper Hunter Pulse surveys on consumer finances and perceptions and business experience and expectations.


6:45am to 9:00am, Wednesday 10 April

Muswellbrook RSL Club, 113 Bridge Street, Muswellbrook

This event though free – supported by Bengalla Mining Company – requires an RSVP for catering to kim.britton at newcastle.edu.au

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