Richard Szabo

$4bn coal mine in Galilee Basin secures Queensland Government’s environmental approval

A diversified energy and resources company has secured environmental approval from the Queensland Government to develop a $4.

Opportunity for eco friendly contractors at $250m copper project in western Queensland

Contractors that specialise in recycling mine waste will be desirable at a copper mining project in western Queensland.

Rail contractor required at $10bn coal project in Central Queensland

A rail contractor will be required to develop a proposed 300km railway line, from an India-backed coal mine in central Queensland to the nearest port.

Small to mid tier contractors sought for $400m coal project in Bowen Basin

The project manager of a Chinese coal producer is seeking small to mid tier contractors for a $400 million coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

MD’s preferred contractors for $8bn Queensland coal project revealed

The managing director of an emerging coal producer has revealed his choice of preferred contractors for an $8 billion thermal coal project in Central Queensland.

Contractor sought to develop $55m rare metal project in North Queensland by 2014

An emerging rare metal producer is seeking a mid-tier contractor to develop its project in Far North Queensland by the end of the year.

Contractor sought to build mineral processing plant for $250m project in western Queensland

A copper mining company is seeking contractors that can help build a mineral processing plant in western Queensland.

Small contractor snares $604m Bowen Basin coal mine contract

A small mining services company has been awarded a three-year contract worth up to $604 million, to service a coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.

$40m residential development in southern Queensland gets green light

In a sign of renewed confidence in Queensland’s property market, a $40 million residential development is one step closer to construction in southern Queensland.

Production to double at $2.3bn coal mine in Bowen Basin

The project manager of one of central Queensland’s largest coal mining operations is upbeat about doubling production and growing staff numbers by 80 per cent this year.