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Defence orders 18 ships from Austal with more to come

An agreement between Austal and the Federal Government is set to provide long-term work for WA’s shipbuilding industry, with 18 vessels in the pipeline.

Mining and resources see power in collaborating with space sector

The integration of the space sector with the minerals and resources industry is well underway, offering mutual advancements in technology, decarbonisation and electrification.

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Australia must do more for future mining investment: BHP report

An additional $20 billion per year of investment in Australia’s mining industry is required for it to remain competitive over the next few decades, according to a BHP report.

bp progresses H2Kwinana project into next phase

bp’s H2Kwinana (H2K) project, part of its Kwinana Energy Hub, has achieved a milestone by entering the front-end engineering and design (FEED) phase.

IMDEX to put BLASTDOG to the test at AARP

IMDEX, a mining technology company headquartered in WA, is at the forefront of global innovation in orebody knowledge with its ground-breaking technology, BLASTDOG.

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Civmec, Austal and Navantia propose to build navy ships 

A partnership between Civmec, Austal and Spain’s Navantia Australia could lead to the delivery six warships for the Royal Australian Navy, establishing a “long-term shipbuilding enterprise” in WA.

Why mining needs innovation and diversity to navigate ESG

Innovation and diversity are crucial for the mining industry to navigate environment, social and governance (ESG) complexity, says idoba CEO Sarah Coleman.

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$318b worth of projects stifled by environmental approvals

WA projects are being jeopardised by environmental approval delays, placing around $318 billion of investment at risk.

Energy updates: Woodside; big batteries; Strike Energy; Rio and Yindjibarndi

Key updates of major WA energy projects from July to October 2023.

Infrastructure updates: Grange Development; CA Corporation; Fremantle Police Complex

Key updates of major WA infrastructure projects from July to October 2023.

Mining updates: De Grey Mining; Liontown; Atlas Iron; Monadelphous

Key updates of major WA mining projects from July to October 2023.

Skills shortage still challenging business and delaying project timelines

Skills shortages remain a major challenge for businesses, showing no signs of improvement in the past two years.

Seven steps for mining to be sustainable by 2030

How will Australia’s 2030 sustainability targets impact the mining sector, and what steps can it take to achieve sustainability by 2030? Deloitte's Celia Hayes explains.

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Australian Vanadium Project to deliver mine and processing plant

Vanadium batteries are emerging as an important piece of the renewable energy transition puzzle and Australian Vanadium Limited’s (AVL) project in WA’s Mid West is well placed to meet growing demand.

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