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Founded Year

2011

Stage

IPO | IPO

Total Raised

$216.9M

Date of IPO

10/22/2018

About Coronado Global Resources

Coronado Global Resources is an international producer of high-quality metallurgical coal, an essential element in the production of steel. Its coals, transformed in the steelmaking process, support the manufacture of every day steel-based products that enrich lives around the world.

Coronado Global Resources Headquarter Location

Level 33, Central Plaza One 345 Queen Street

Brisbane, Queensland, 4000,

Australia

+61 7 3031 7777

Latest Coronado Global Resources News

Man, 54, dies in accident at Curragh coal mine in Queensland

Nov 21, 2021

Rebecca Le MayNCA NewsWire A 54-year-old man has died at the Curragh coal mine near Blackwater in Queensland, the second death at the operation in less than two years. Police said they were called about the fatality at 2.15am on Sunday and the force was working to provide information to Resources, Safety and Health Queensland. RSHQ said the worker was fatally injured while on duty overnight at about 2:43am. “All work on site has ceased,” it said in a statement “RSHQ inspectors are at site commencing inquiries into the nature and cause of the incident. “The worker’s family has been notified.” Camera Icon Goondiwindi man Donald Rabbitt was killed at Blackwater's Curragh mine on January 12, 2020. Credit: News Regional Media The mine is operated by US-based Coronado Global Resources. The company said a full investigation was being conducted into the accident. “Coronado is working with the Queensland Police, the Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and other authorities,” the miner said in a statement. “Coronado offers their deepest sympathies to the family, friends and workmates of the employee. “Operations at Curragh have been temporarily suspended to allow authorities to work through the necessary investigation activities. Camera Icon CFMEU industry safety and health representative Stephen Watt outside the Curragh mine after the 2020 death. Credit: News Regional Media “The company is focused on supporting the family of the employee and workers at Curragh and counselling services are being made available.” Thiess employee and Goondiwindi man Donald Rabbit was killed at the mine in January last year.

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