Petrochemical Projects

Opportunities coming with $70m Pilbara nitrate plant contract

A key contact involved with a WA nitrate plant project has updated Projectory on development.

Good times roll for major project suppliers and service providers, but some starting to struggle

A lackluster end to 2013 has given way to a strong start to the New Year for suppliers and service providers to major industrial projects in Australia and the outlook for the June quarter is bright.

Major oil and gas producer announces $30m project for southeast Queensland

A leading oil refining and transport fuel supplier has announced an exciting $30 million project in southeast Queensland.

Southern Highlands $102m wind farm eyes 2015 construction with Auction kickstart

The proponent of a $102 million wind farm proposal in the NSW Southern Highlands is hopeful the project may commence construction in 2015.

SMP contract worth $70m awarded for WA nitrate project

A leading provider of engineering and infrastructure management services has secured a major contract with a WA nitrate plant project.

Planning approval granted for $230m refinery conversion in Sydney

Planning approval has been granted for a $230 million refinery conversion project in Sydney, with Projectory able to reveal contractor details.

Proposal on display for conversion works at major Sydney fuel facility

A plan for conversion works at a major Sydney fuel facility, considered State Significant Development, has been placed on public exhibition.

Price undercutting, poor staff communication and lack of strategic planning troubling suppliers and service providers to resources and construction

Price undercutting from competitors, poor staff communication, discounting and a lack of strategic planning are the biggest challenges facing suppliers and service providers to the resources and construction sectors.

Chemical storage plant’s $150m expansion to create jobs and supplier opportunities

A chemical storage facility at North Geelong will treble in size when it undergoes a $150 million expansion.