Terminal Access Policy
The Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal Access Policy (WITAP) was developed by Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET) in close consultation with its coal industry shareholders and the Gladstone Ports Corporation, and was agreed with the Queensland Government in May 2010. The WITAP can be downloaded here.
WITAP AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
It sets out the rules for allocating, managing and expanding capacity at the Terminal. The WITAP is a publicly available document and applications at the Terminal can be made by any Gladstone coal producer (any actual or potential coal producer which holds a recognised mining tenure in an area that has or potentially has rail transport connections to the Port of Gladstone).
For more information please download the WITAP Q&A.
Supplementary Expression of Interest (EOI) Process
WICET received a positive response to the initial EOI process sought in December 2009.
To match user demand for capacity and develop the new Terminal in stages, WICET commenced a Supplementary EOI Process in July 2010 for existing or potential coal producers interested in participating in a potential expansion of the Terminal for shipment of coal from 2015 or 2016.
The Supplementary EOI period is now closed, but to find out more about our Supplementary EOI Process, please click here.
Australian Industry Participation Policy
Procurement Policy and Preference for Local Industry (PDF 98kb)
Click here to go to the Industry Capability Network (ICN) Gateway to learn more and register your business as an interested supplier.