b'DBCT Sustainability Strategy 2020Our businessStacker and stacker-reclaimer machines at work in the stockyard, with one of the on-site water storage facilities in the foreground.Terminal History The Port of Hay Point is one of the largest global coal export ports in the world and the largest metallurgical coal export We have a proud history of strongportin Australia. The Port of Hay Point accommodates performance, growth and collaboration. DBCTand the adjacent Hay Point Coal Terminal, operated The Queensland Government began construction ofDBCTbyBHP Mitsubishi Alliance. in1981. The terminal commenced operations in 1983 andDBCTs operational footprint includes offshore infrastructure has operated as a common-user terminal since thattime.located within the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area Withaninitial capacity of 14.5Mtpa, the terminal has(GBRWHA) and is in close proximity to a number of communities incrementally expanded to itscurrent nameplate capacityin the Mackay region. DBCTs onshore facilities occupy an area of 85Mtpa. The 2019 Master Plan outlines the potentialofapproximately 214 hectares and the offshore facilities include incremental expansion pathway. a 3.8km jetty, four berths and coal outloading facilities. DBCT Management Pty Ltd (DBCTM) was granted a long-termNorth Queensland Bulk Ports (NQBP) is the Port Authority lease of theterminal in 2001. Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Ptyforthe Port of Hay Point. Under the Queensland Governments Ltd (DBCT P/L) has been the incumbent terminal operatorSustainable Port Development Act 2015 the Port of Hay Point since operations commenced. Strong governance and riskis designated a Priority Port recognising its critical role in the management principles are reflected in all aspects of terminalAustralian economy.management, with both DBCTM and DBCT P/L demonstrating a track-recordof consistently meeting regulatory andOperating Modecommunity expectations. We operate on a complex but efficient There are currently 18 mines in the Bowen Basin exportingcargo assembly basis.through the terminal. The top six customers of the terminalThe terminal operates primarily on a cargo assembly account for over 90 per cent of current contracted tonnage.basisunder which coal is pulled to the terminal by the Anumber of these relationships have existed since theorder ofship arrivals. This model is in contrast to dedicated terminalwas commissioned in 1983.stockpiling, where producers have a dedicated stockpiling Site Overview space at the terminal. While cargo assembly is operationally complex, it is a more efficient use of port land, requiring a We recognise the privilege and the challengesmaller footprint than a dedicated stockpile operation.of operating in our unique locationwithThe terminal configuration allows different coal types an onshore and offshore footprint close totobe handled efficiently and for value-added services to local communities and the Great Barrier Reef. be offered,particularly blending as part of the outloading DBCT is located within the Port of Hay Point, approximatelyprocessto meet end-customer specifications.38km south of Mackay and 900km north of Brisbane inThe core operation of the terminal comprises rail Queensland, Australia.receival and inloading facilities, stockyard, outloading andoffshoreinfrastructure. 4'