CIMIC Group has won a $90 million contract with Australia Pacific LNG to deliver over 300 coal seam gas wells in the Surat Basin, Queensland.
UGL has secured the latest contracts in the resources industry for parent company CIMIC Group with $200 million of extensions to supply maintenance and turnaround services for oil and gas sector clients.
CIMIC has moved into 2019 with a strengthened order book of work in the coal mining industry.
JKC Australia LNG has confirmed there will be approximately 145 worker redundancies at the Ichthys project in Darwin.
Blame is being flung between UGL and its client over ongoing delays at the Ichthys SMP and CCPP projects, and may result in a $200 million legal claim.
UGL has won a three year contract for maintenance at 17 BP fuel terminals across Australia.
UGL has won a $120 million contract to provide services at Santos’ Curtis Island LNG facility.
Ross Taylor has been appointed as the new CEO and managing director of UGL.
UGL has won a $280 million maintenance contract for Stanwell Corporation’s coal and gas facilities.
A boilermaker is suing UGL for close to $2 million after being injured at the Ensham coal mine.
Engineering company UGL has won a multi-million five year contract to provide Chevron with maintenance and operation services at its Western Australia gas assets.
UGL have announced that newly appointed UGL Engineering CEO Russell Waugh will step down from the role, less than a month after being appointed.
The previous boss of Toll Holdings will finance new mining camps, led by Melbourne’s investment company Lyons Capital.
Engineering company WorleyParsons said it expects a rise in revenue this financial year even as the tough phase in the mining services sector continues.
A fall in profit has led engineering firm UGL to cut its final dividend by more than 80 per cent due to the mining slump.
UGL have announced it will demerge to create two separate companies, a property services business and an engineering, construction, and maintenance firm.
Executive salaries are under scrutiny as the mining industry implements belt-tightening measures across its companies.
Managing director of coal mining services company Mastermyne Tony Caruso has issued a blunt warning for its company: react and adapt, or shut shop.
After being accustomed to a decade of the mining boom, experts believe mineworkers and managers will find it difficult to adjust to a climate of lower commodity prices.
West Australian earth-moving firm NRW Holdings joins a list of mining services companies announcing a profit downgrade.