Babcock Infrastructure May Resume Coal-Loading Today

March 12 (Bloomberg) — Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Group, owner of Australia's second-biggest coal-export terminal, expects to resume loading ships today at the port in Queensland after a stoppage due to a tropical cyclone.

All the ships that sailed away from Dalrymple Bay to escape a tropical cyclone have now returned to the site except for one, Greg Smith, general manager of operations at the Babcock Infrastructure unit that owns the port, said today by telephone. Rail deliveries of the coal to the port, south of Mackay, remain disrupted after a train accident earlier in the week, he said….more at globalCoal