South32 gets moving on public-funded gas capture project

Ben Langford
Updated July 11 2024 - 1:26pm, first published July 10 2024 - 6:07pm
The Appin East drainage plant (foreground) where the VAMMIT system would be located, as shown on Google Earth.
The Appin East drainage plant (foreground) where the VAMMIT system would be located, as shown on Google Earth.

It may be about to be sold to an international consortium, but South32 is pushing ahead with a long-awaited plan to capture and destroy methane at the Appin coal mine.

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Ben Langford

Ben Langford

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Senior journalist writing on the environment. Opinion columnist, independent. We rely on your news tips so please, don't be shy to let us know what's going on.

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