Muswellbrook – 2022 Mining Update and Procurement Event – Tuesday 7 June

The Muswellbrook Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue are proud to jointly present an exciting two-part event for Upper Hunter businesses. Attendees may register to attend one or both of the sessions by clicking the links included below. Session 1: Update on the Economic Contribution of Mining to the UpperLearn more Muswellbrook – 2022 Mining Update and Procurement Event – Tuesday 7 June

POSTPONED – Singleton – 2022 Mining Update and Procurement Event

Please note the scheduled 11 May, 2022, event at Club Singleton has been postponed. Event Update: Unfortunately, due to clashes with election events, the Dialogue has had to postpone the Mining Economic Update and the Procurement Networking Event, scheduled for Wednesday 11 May 2022. All tickets purchased will be refunded and attendees will be notifiedLearn more POSTPONED – Singleton – 2022 Mining Update and Procurement Event


Procurement Details Company Website Visit: Register Your Interest Emails should be sent to: Contract/Purchase Ranges Yancoal Requirements vary depending on the Good or Service type Pre Qualification Program Not a generic pre-qual, site-based pre-qualifications and tender based pre-qualifications may be applied. Post-Tender Feedback Yes Professional Indemnity Insurance For professional / consulting / designLearn more Yancoal


Summary CIMIC Group’s global mining services provider, Thiess, prefers to work with and support local suppliers. We are interested in supporting local businesses who can deliver the scope of work we need to achieve the best value and outcomes for our clients. Our supply chain is centrally managed in Brisbane and supported by local projectLearn more Thiess

The Bloomfield Group

Summary The Bloomfield Group has the following procurement opportunities and processes: Over 600 different suppliers Components Contract labour (boilermakers, electricians, mechanical fitters, etc.) Fuel and lubricants Fabrication Approximately 75% of purchasing spend sourced locally in the Hunter Valley (local suppliers and local branches of major suppliers) Local sourcing is aligned with business strategy (closer interactionLearn more The Bloomfield Group

Peabody Energy

Summary Peabody runs a centralised procurement team that manages larger commodity, equipment and service agreements on behalf of our NSW and Queensland operating sites. Smaller procurement activities and many local supply relationships are based on initial contact with our sites. Peabody’s priority is to form stable, long term partnerships with suppliers that provide safe, efficientLearn more Peabody Energy

MACH Energy Mount Pleasant Operation

Summary The Mount Pleasant Operation is a joint venture between MACH Energy Australia Pty Ltd (95%) and J.C.D. Australia Pty Ltd (5%). Strong relationships with our local business partners are essential as we establish ourselves as committed, long term members of the Muswellbrook business community. We will work collaboratively with new and existing suppliers toLearn more MACH Energy Mount Pleasant Operation

Glencore Coal Assets Australia

Summary Glencore’s diverse Australian operations are located primarily in rural and regional areas and generate significant economic and social benefits for local businesses and communities. Working with local suppliers We aim to build strong, long-term relationships with a broad range of suppliers, who provide a wide variety of goods and services to our business. WeLearn more Glencore Coal Assets Australia


Summary All goods and services supplied to BHP are required to be supplied in accordance with our standard Purchase Order Terms and Conditions unless a separate overriding written contract has been entered into with BHP. Please note that BHP has established the Local Buying Program, delivered in partnership with C-Res, to support small business engagementLearn more BHP

Bengalla Mining Company

Summary Our local procurement commitment is to maximise opportunities for local suppliers to compete and participate in our supply chain, without compromise to safety, risk or sustained commercial value. We are committed to working with local suppliers, including indigenous businesses, to ensure that they have the opportunity to supply goods and services to Bengalla. BengallaLearn more Bengalla Mining Company

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