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Celtic Energy

Celtic Energy is planning to develop a new opencast coal mine at Llwydcoed near Aberdare, with the creation of 50 jobs.

Celtic Energy is to submit plans to extend the Selar opencast coal mine in the Neath Valley, with the creation of up to 60 jobs.

Celtic Energy is creating 25 new jobs at its East Pit coal mine in the Swansea Valley, and a further 38 jobs will relocate from other sites.

Celtic Energy is seeking permission from Bridgend and Neath Port Talbot councils to extend an opencast coal mine at Coed Hafod Heulog, with the creation of 70 jobs.

Celtic Energy has won approval from Neath Port Talbot Council to set up an opencast mine in the Amman Valley, and UK Coal will take overall responsibility for the site.

Celtic Energy has submitted revised plans to extend opencast mining at East Pit in the upper Amman Valley, which would provide more than 130 jobs.

Celtic Energy has won approval to develop the Margam coal mine near Port Talbot, creating up to 350 jobs.

Celtic Energy has won approval from Bridgend County Borough Council to develop the Margram drift mine at Aberdaiden, creating up to 400 jobs.

Celtic Energy is to develop a deep coal mine at Margam in South Wales, creating up to 300 jobs.