Balla Balla iron ore project moves to next stage with state agreement
The Western Australian Government has confirmed that a state agreement has been signed with Balla Balla Infrastructure Group to develop a $5.6 billion integrated iron ore project in the Pilbara region.
New Hope for coal mine expansion after federal breakthrough
New Hope Group has finally received federal approval for the $900 million expansion of its New Acland coal mine in Queensland, a decade after first proposing the growth project.
Rio Tinto’s latest Amrun contract to create 150 jobs in Queensland
Rio Tinto has awarded a $70 million bulk earthworks contract to civil engineering firm QBirt for the development of mine infrastructure at the Amrun bauxite project in northern Queensland.
RCR Tomlinson secures EPC contract at Pilbara lithium project
Lithium developer Pilbara Minerals has awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract at the Pilgangoora project in Western Australia to RCR Tomlinson.
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