We own 40 per cent of Queensland’s low-cost, coal-fired generating capacity.

Our two major electricity generation assets are the 1460 MW coal-fired Stanwell Power Station located in Central Queensland and the 1843 MW coal-fired Tarong power stations in the South Burnett in Southern Queensland.

Stanwell Power Station

Stanwell Power Station is a highly-automated station and is recognised as one of the most efficient and economic coal-fired power stations in Australia.

The power station is located 22km west of Rockhampton, in Central Queensland.

Coal to fuel Stanwell Power Station comes from Curragh Mine in Central Queensland.

Tarong power stations

The Tarong power stations are one of Queensland’s largest electricity generating sites.

The site comprises five units: four units each capable of producing 350 MW and a single 443 MW advanced cycle coal-fired unit.

The 443 MW unit uses the latest technology, making it one of the most efficient coal units in Australia.

The Tarong power stations receive coal from the nearby Meandu Mine (which we also own) via a conveyor.