Civil engineering and construction company, Decmil Australia has won two contracts totalling in excess of $71 million at the Roy Hill Iron Ore Project.
Decmil will design and construct rail and port facilities along with associated infrastructure to service the project.
Design has commenced with onsite delivery subject to Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd obtaining the necessary financing for the Roy Hill Iron Ore Project, which is located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Gindalbie Metals Limited, yesterday, celebrated a defining milestone in the history of the Australian iron ore industry with the official opening of the Karara Project – Australia’s second largest magnetite project and the largest resource development in the Mid West – by the Hon. Colin Barnett, Premier of Western Australia; Minister for State Development; Science.
Want to star in My Kitchen Rules or a new doco on Australia's mining revolution? Well, two production companies are keen to hear from you...
Screen Time, the company behind the Underbelly series and Tim Winton's Cloudstreet, is planning to film a factual documentary towards the end of the year. They're not looking for "actors or contestants" but real workers and families in mining, oil and gas willing to be observed and asked questions about their lives.
The Australian major project labour market is multidimensional and therefore complex.
Issues affecting labour demand and supply at any one time can be varied, and are often not well understood. There are scenarios by state, by project status, sector and skill…
The newly formed Australian Major Project Labour Market Discussion Group on LinkedIn aims to provide an intelligent forum for the discussion of major project labour market topics, and we invite your input from across the country.
It may surprise many that Michael Fraser, the CEO of Australia’s largest carbon emitter listed on the Australian Stock Exchange, sits at number 3 on the list of the most powerful people behind Australia’s push to a low carbon economy.
Article as published on Climate Spectator, 19th March 2013