Aurox Resources - a Pilbara based iron ore developer - has secured Environmental Ministerial Approval from the Western Australian Government for its 100% owned Balla Balla iron ore project.
The project, which is located midway between Karratha and Port Hedland, is to mine and process up to 10.1 million tonnes per annum of magnetite ore over a 15 year mine life and is expected to achieve first production in early 2012.
If you haven't typed your own name into Google lately, I highly recommend you try it and see what comes up. For most people not much comes up when recruiters dig on the internet and usually very little comes up that might affect a recruiters decision one way or the other. However, as Michael Phelps will tell you, having a picture of yourself taking a hit off a bong on your MySpace page or any of your friend's pages who may have tagged you, is probably not a good idea if you are looking for a professional position (or already have one!). It is a real kick in the pants to th
Last week, Woodside verbally agreed the terms of a Heads of Agreement between the State of Western Australia and the Kimberley Land Council on behalf of Traditional Owners, related to the establishment of a LNG Precinct in the James Price Point area, north of Broome, intended to be a $185 billion, 30-year Kimberley gas project.
Whilst this project is some way off from commencing - possibly 2011 - Woodside expects 6000 fly-in fly-out jobs will be created during the five-year construction phase, alongside hundreds of positions for local indigenous groups.
Chevron's Gorgon Project passed a major milestone last week when it's request to increase its proposed two LNG production train project to three was approved by Western Australia's Environmental Protection Authority (EPA). The three LNG train project is expected to create about 6,000 jobs.
You have your resume ready - it's powerfully written, targeted to your dream job and jam packed with your career achievements to-date - but is it scanner friendly? Few people realise that their resumes are now being read not only by HR professionals and employers but by machines through modern advances in technology.
It's always great to see companies out there supporting a good cause so I thought I'd point out the efforts of Arrow Energy to support the Mater Medical Research Institute's development of a therapeutic vaccine to treat prostate cancer.
Arrow Energy's Corporate Soccer 7s Carnival will be hosted on 19 June 2009 at Downey Park, close to Brisbane's CBD. This is the first time the company has hosted the carnival which is likely to involve 16 corporate teams.
According to the organiser's having fun is the only requirement for the day.