A mining contract awarded to service an underground coal mine is a major milestone for the Queensland operation.
Projectory can reveal a slew of jobs made available with operations due to commence this July at an opencast coal mine in central Queensland.
The first phases of expansion works to a coal terminal in the south of Mackay are expecting to up capacity towards 100 million tonnes per annum.
500 jobs are expected to be created in expansion works to up the capacity of a coal terminal following a state investment, reports Projectory.
Following a feasibility study conducted in February of this year, a contract for works now been awarded at a prominent mine in Central Queensland.
Projectory details a new joint venture agreement for a major coking coal project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin region as finance is met to proceed.
Planning approval has been granted for the construction of a $24 million residential development in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Projectory can reveal the latest award to a North Queensland firm for material supply and quarry operations as part of a $35 million-plus package.
Construction is set to commence on a $500 million pilot project, which will test the feasibility of turning brown coal from the Latrobe Valley into hydrogen for liquefaction and export to Japan.
More than 30 work packages will be available with Queensland’s latest coal mine, as construction activity gears up.