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Woodside-BHP merger wins over shareholders
The new Woodside Energy Group will be formed on June 1 after Woodside Petroleum shareholders voted overwhelmingly to support the company’s merger with BHP Petroleum....
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$20m grant for Pilgangoora JV test facility
Pilbara Minerals and environmental technology firm Calix have been awarded a $20 million Federal grant to support the further development of the proposed ‘Mid-Stream Project’...
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SRG Global signs $95m Alcoa maintenance deal
SRG Global continues to rack up new contracts at a steady pace, this time securing a $95 million civil infrastructure maintenance term contract with Alcoa....
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Budget provides $14.3m for construction careers
The State Government has set aside $14.3 million in its 2022-23 budget to support the development of WA’s construction industry workforce and provide financial support...
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Lithium Wodgina processing Pilbara
Wodgina producing spodumene once more
Mineral Resources has marked a significant milestone in its lithium growth strategy with first new spodumene concentrate delivered at the Wodgina Lithium Project in the...
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Mincor returns to nickel producer ranks
BHP Nickel West’s once-closed Kambalda concentrator is back in business after processing the first parcel of ore from Mincor’s restarted nickel operations in early May....
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Woodside volumes down, Browse back on table
Woodside sold nearly 20 per cent less barrels of oil equivalent (boe) in the March quarter than the previous quarter, but realised an average oil...
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Two deals in one week for Austal
Henderson shipbuilder Austal has won a US$230.5 million contract from the US Navy for the detail design and construction of Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) 16...
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$200m in funding for regional rail freight
Western Australia's regional rail freight system is getting a $200 million boost through a joint Commonwealth ($160m) and State ($40m) funding commitment for the first...
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Woodside looks at Red Hill carbon re-use project
Woodside is looking to lease land at the Red Hill Waste Management Park to investigate a carbon-to-products pilot project to recycle greenhouse gases into useful...
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More funding for Lumsden, work starts at Nelson
The Lumsden Point development will get a $78 million boost in funding to lift capacity at the port of Port Hedland in next week's State...
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Collie graphite plant firms up
WA's first graphite processing plant in Collie is a step closer following a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between International Graphite and ZEN Energy. Our WA...
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