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Aquila Resources says its joint Eagle Downs Coal Project in the Bowen Basin in central Queensland could be approved without contracted rail and port agreements.
The company says a decision to go ahead with the project with Brazilian joint venture partner Vale, was made by the project management committee yesterday.
The decision requires internal board approvals from both companies.
Aquila says it had preferred an alternative option to align all coal production with the Wiggins Island stage two expansion at Gladstone but voted in favour of the motion to avoid a buy-out.
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