A $182-million upgrade to BlueScope’s Port Kembla coal terminal has been approved by the NSW government, allowing the steelmaker to import coal from Queensland.
- NSW Planning Minister, Paul Scully has declared plans to upgrade three berths at Bluescope Steel’s Port Kembla terminal Critical State Significant Infrastructure.
- The project is worth $182 million and will employ around 100 people during the two year build.
- The steel maker says the changes will be necessary as it will need to import coal from Queensland as Illawarra mines downscale later this decade
Planning Minister Paul…