Media and Information Release

7 July 2016
KEPCO Statement on Tarwyn Park Complex

In February 2014, the Andrews Family sold Tarwyn Park to KEPCO for over $14 million. This
sum was significantly higher than market value and reflects the importance of the acquisition to
the Bylong Coal Project.

27 June 2016
KEPCO confirms commitment to Bylong Coal Project

KEPCO Bylong Australia is committed to the Bylong Coal Project and the company is continuing to progress its plans to secure development consent in New South Wales.

13 May 2016
KEPCO announces Community Investment Fund Recipients

KEPCO Bylong Australia (KEPCO) today announced over $20,000 of funding for eight projects to be
supported in the first round of the Bylong Coal Project’s 2016 Community Investment Fund.

1 April 2016
KEPCO Lodges Response to Submissions for Bylong Coal Project

KEPCO Bylong Australia (KEPCO) has today announced the first round of the Bylong Coal Project
Community Investment Fund for 2016 is open for applications.

14 March 2016
KEPCO Community Investment Fund Opens

KEPCO Bylong Australia (KEPCO) has today announced the first round of the Bylong Coal Project
Community Investment Fund for 2016 is open for applications.

2 December 2015
KEPCO announces Community Investment Fund successful applicants

KEPCO Bylong Australia (KEPCO) today announced the successful applicants of the second round of
the 2015 Community Investment Fund.

28 October 2015
Call for KEPCO Community Investment Fund Applications

KEPCO Bylong Australia (KEPCO) has opened applications for the second round of the 2015 Bylong Coal Project Community Investment Fund.

27 March 2015
Former Upper Bylong Catholic Church and Cemetery

KEPCO Australia is currently undertaking heritage assessments at the former Upper Bylong Catholic Church as part of the development of the proposed Bylong Coal Project. The Catholic cemetery at Upper Bylong has been identified as a known historic site, likely to be impacted by the proposed mine.

23 April 2015
Commencement of Maintenance and Repair Work on the Lee Home Station Building

KEPCO Australia has commenced maintenance and repair works on the c1848 Lee Home Station Building situated on the property ‘Bylong Park’, which is owned by KEPCO Australia. KEPCO Australia acknowledges the significance of the Lee Home Station Building in the history of the development of the local area, and the interest from local residents regarding the state of the building’s conservation. In response, the company has liaised with local authorities and has engaged heritage management specialists to develop a conservation management plan for the property.

22 January 2016
'Homestation' building repair works

Repair works are being carried out on the historic c1848 ‘Homestation’ building (also known as Lee Homestead) on 23 and 24 January 2016 to reinforce the structural integrity of the building. To facilitate these works, the chimney shaft will need to be dismantled and re-erected once stability issues have been appropriately addressed.