Resources Projects

Construction partner selected to deliver $100m upgrade on South-east Qld wastewater facility

A range of wastewater works is now underway with a major partner selected to build a biosolids gasification facility in Loganholme, Queensland.

Calling all Queensland-based energy projects to back renewables portfolio

Projectory can provide details for an open EOI to a firm looking to develop a portfolio to include large-scale renewable and low emission energy sources across Queensland.

Contracts inked for large-scale Victorian hydrogen plant

Proponents of a major hydrogen plant proposed for south Gippsland have signed a deal with an Australian developer to build a large-scale production facility.

Regulatory approval granted $208m rare earths project in WA’s Goldfields

A mining company has received the nod from authorities to proceed with its $208 million rare earths development in the Goldfields-Esperance region.

Contract extended for gold mine worth more than $200m

A hard rock underground mining company has won a new tender for a precious metal operation in WA’s Goldfields-Esperance region.

Boost for Townsville jobs with $500m battery chemicals project hiring contractor

An agreement has been made for port access to a northeastern Queensland battery plant to  produce over 6,000 tonnes of contained nickel per year, details Projectory.

Queensland Coordinator-General approves alumina plant in central Queensland boasting world-first processing

An Australian company has selected central Queensland for a $300 million high purity alumina plant to produce alumina for export in a world-first process.

Plan for $951m mine extension project in NSW Hunter region, opportunities come

A proposal is afoot for the $951 million expansion of a mining operation in the NSW Hunter region, a key contact telling Projectory the project would create supplier and subcontractor opportunities.

Review complete on $63m SA uranium project

A review has been completed on a South Australian uranium development.

Multi-million dollar injection of funds to secure Tasmanian mine

Proponents of a tungsten mine in Bass Strait have been determined not to let COVID-19 prevent them from taking advantage of an historically favourable global market – and, as the project’s director told Projectory, thanks to the securing of funding it’s go, go, go.