The Yatala heavy machinery auction in Queensland (hosted by Ritchie Bros) is expected to clear over $30 million worth of equipment as a result of rising demand to meet the needs of Australian infrastructure projects.
A new PwC report has highlighted the significant cost delays to major projects has to the Queensland economy.
Pilbara miners have slammed the State Government’s approach to selling the Port Hedland facility after Utah Point generated enough cash to pay off the government’s $235 million infrastructure investment.
Glencore has announced it intends to sell its Hunter Valley coal rail assets.
As we wade into reporting season, we examine how a number of industries are faring, today the spotlight falls on the transport sector.
Sustained growth in mining production and export levels has managed to buoy Australia’s economy, protecting it from a potential recession, new BIS Shrapnel data states.
Adani has struck a compensation deal with the Isaac Regional Council which will apply to infrastructure affected by the Carmichael project.
The latest Mount Gibson Iron quarterly report has revealed fresh evidence that staff at the iron ore producer’s loading facilities would be facing up to 20 job losses.
North Korea is reportedly upgrading its coal haulage rail lines as it plans to increase output.
The CSA Copper mine at Cobar will see a fresh boost with the investment of $150 million in a new expansion.
Cole Latimer travels to London to talk infrastructure, IPO’s, and the ‘Be Inspired’ Awards.
Mastermyne has won a contract for underground roadway development services for a major global miner.
Port Waratah’s Terminal 4 project has been given the greenlight by the Planning Assessment Commission.
Lynxrail will be installing its Automated Train Examiner (ATEx) technology on the new Roy Hill rail line.
The Abbot Point coal port project has taken a leap forward with the release of its draft Environmental Impact Statement.
The Barney Point Coal Terminal will halt coal export next year, transitioning into other bulk commodities.
Port Waratah Coal Services has offered to pay a $12 million developer levy to offset the impacts of the proposed T4 coal loader on Kooragang Island.
Supporters of the proposed T4 coal loader at Newcastle will have to jump through a final hoop today, with 100 speakers registered to address a Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) hearing over two days.
Australia’s biggest rail and ports company, Asciano, has been targeted by Canada’s Brookfield Infrastructure in a bid worth $9 billion.
The ASIC has taken civil action against Padbury Mining and two of its directors over funding deals for the Oakajee port and rail project.