Thiess has been awarded a $760 million contract to operate Glencore’s Mt Owen coal mine.
Monadelphous has landed one of the best maintenance contracts in Australian LNG, looking after Shell Australia’s Prelude FLNG project.
Northern Star Resources has advised that operations have resumed today at the Paulsens Gold Mine in WA.
Doray Minerals has awarded MACA the contract to mine at its Deflector project.
Leighton Contractors has signed an MOU to provide gas infrastructure for QGC in the Surat Basin.
Mount Gibson Iron is suing the engineers responsible for building the Koolan Island mine seawall, which collapsed last year, flooding the mine.
Mining services and construction contractor Monadelphous has launched a new foray into the US gasfields.
Mastermyne has won a contract for underground roadway development services for a major global miner.
Ausdrill subsidiary African Mining Services (AMS) has won a US$300 million contract at the Tulu Kapi gold project.
Coffey International has agreed to a 100 per cent takeover offer from Tetra Tech.
Astron Corporation has awarded China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) the EPC contract for its Astron Donald mineral sands processing plant.
Mitchell Services has begun work under a two year contract for work at Evolution Mining’s operations.
NRW has won its case over pay against Samsung C&T and its work at the Roy Hill iron ore mine.
A new legal fight has erupted at Roy Hill relating to failure to make payments.
Sedgman has been awarded a contract for crushing and conveyor works at BHP’s Jimblebar iron ore mine.
Southern Cross will fill Downer’s boots, after the contractor walked away from an ammonia plant construction job.
Downer has pulled out of the Burrup Peninsula ammonium plant construction project over a pay dispute.
Hughes Drilling has been subcontracted by Downer to provide overburden and coal drilling services at the Blackwater mine.
Contractor WDS Limited has announced it will enter voluntary administration.
Macmahon Holdings has undergone restructuring in order to cover for nearly $220 million worth of loss-making impairments in FY15.