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Container freight issues squeezing SMEs
Kelly Crossley has spent the past two decades in the freight forwarding game, and says she has never experienced such a great disruption to the...
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ASC submarine facility
Aurecon secures key AMC role
The State Government has appointed engineer Aurecon as the latest cog in its plan to build more defence-related infrastructure at the Australian Marine Complex (AMC)...
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Waitsia poised for construction start
Aspiring LNG producer Beach Energy says its half-owned Waitsia Stage 2 gas project is only a few months away from starting construction and has the...
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Hot future tipped for hydrogen
Australian hydrogen could rival iron ore as an export industry by 2050, if modelling by Wood Mackenzie is on the mark. Our WA Works content...
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Jobs boost for Swanbourne Defence work
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A drawing of Hazer's hydrogen plant.
Hazer hit by cost blowout, delays
In a pointer to broader supply chain trends, Hazer Group has reported a near 30 per cent cost blowout and delays at its hydrogen project...
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Tenders open for marina role
Tenders for the main infrastructure component of the long-promised Spoilbank Marina project at Port Hedland have opened, coinciding with the recent breaking of ground at...
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Santos CEO Kevin Gallagher
Santos looks to ramp up Dorado work
Santos is on the verge of ramping up its workforce for the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) phase of its Dorado oil and gas project,...
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Wesfarmers CSBP Ammonia
Wesfarmers flags Kwinana ammonia expansion
Wesfarmers’ chemical division CSBP has advertised the first work packages for its proposed ammonia expansion at Kwinana. Our WA Works content is only available to...
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Contracts: SRG teams with LendLease, CPB wins Sydney tower
Local engineer SRG Global has scored its first Defence job from construction giant Lendlease as part of several new contracts valued at about $50 million...
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Trains with vision
Having recently clocked up more than 18 million kilometres of Autohaul rail journeys in the Pilbara, Rio Tinto is now looking to give its robotic...
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Austal puts hand up for Army boats
Perth-based Austal has put its hand up to build Defence’s latest acquisition, a new $800 million fleet of Australian-built amphibious vehicles and landing craft. Our...
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