Who We Are

Coronado Global Resources is a leading international producer of high-quality metallurgical coal, an essential element in the production of steel. Our coals, transformed in the steelmaking process, support the manufacture of every day steel-based products that enrich lives around the world.

We own a portfolio of operating mines and development projects in Queensland, Australia, and in Virginia and West Virginia in the US. In 2017, we were the fifth largest met coal producer globally by export volume1 and the largest met coal producer in the US by production volume2.

Our management team has over 100 years of combined experience in all aspects of the coal value chain and has a successful track record of building and operating coal mining operations in Australia, the US and globally. This operational experience is supplemented with a strong knowledge base of Australian and US domestic and international coal markets and their key drivers.

What We Do

Using state-of-the-art mining equipment and techniques, Coronado produces high-quality metallurgical coal from four mining complexes, in two of the largest and most productive metallurgical coal basins in the world—Queensland’s Bowen Basin and the Central Appalachian region of the US.

In Queensland, Australia, we own the producing Curragh complex, located in the prolific Bowen Basin, and in the Central Appalachian region in Virginia and West Virginia, in the US, we own the producing Buchanan, Logan and Greenbrier complexes. These safe and efficient mining complexes comprise eight active and highly productive coal mines with immediate access to transportation infrastructure. Coronado is one of the lowest cost and most reliable sources of a suite of metallurgical coal products which are sought after by steelmakers and merchant coke plants around the world, supporting our position among the top five metallurgical coal producers by volume to the export market globally based on 2017 production.


1. Wood Mackenzie Coal Supply Service, Q2 2018 and management information; excludes Rio Tinto given coal asset divestments. Coronado pro forma for the acquisition of Curragh from Wesfarmers; Glencore’s 2017 production is pro forma for the acquisition of an 82% interest in Hail Creek from Rio Tinto (August 2018) and a 49% interest in the Hunter Valley Operations from Yancoal Australia Limited (May 2018); Yancoal’s FY2017 production is pro forma for the acquisition of Coal & Allied from Rio Tinto (September 2017).
2. Management information; Energy Ventures Analysis Quarterly Coal Production Report – Q4 2017 (27 January 2018 Update). Coronado total represents 2017 actual tonnes produced.