Ausenco wins coal contracts

Ausenco has been awarded a number of coal processing plant contracts and work in Africa.

It is currently finalising the terms for the upgrade of a CHHP flotation module, at an unnamed NSW coal operation, worth approximately $17 million.

The EPC project includes the design, supply, construction, and commissioning of the flotation module, as well as modifications to parts of the existing CHPP to support the upgrade.

Work is slated to begin this month, and take around 12 months to complete.

Ausenco has also been awarded a $15 million, three year ‘Optimise phase’ contract to provide operation and maintenance services for the CHPP at the Isaac Plains coal mine.

The contract will run for three years.

On top of these Australian wins, Ausenco has also been awarded work in Africa, working on a six month ‘Optimise phase’ extension of works at Vale’s Moatize CHPP in Mozambique.

Kramer Ausneco has also seen strong growth in PNG.

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