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Saraji mine

Saraji is one of nine metallurgical coal mines in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

Saraji at a glance

The Saraji coal mine is a part of BMA, the 50:50 joint venture between BHP and Mitsubishi Development.
1974 Saraji was opened in 1974.
4,596kt BHP Group share of production in FY23
770 kgIt takes around 770 kilograms of metallurgical coal to make one tonne of steel.

The Saraji mine is an open pit coal mine located near Dysart in Queensland's Bowen Basin on the traditional lands of the Barada Barna people. It is one of Australia's largest mines, by recoverable coal reserves. Saraji mines the Moranbah Coal Measures, blending from up to 11 coal seams.

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Metallurgical coal

Metallurgical coal (sometimes referred to as coking coal) is a naturally occurring sedimentary rock found within the Earth’s crust.

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