Operational services supplier selected for Victorian gas distribution network

Multinet Gas has selected Comdain Infrastructure as the preferred operational services supplier for its gas distribution network.

Queensland company granted approval to explore for gas in Victoria

A Queensland mining company is planning exploratory drilling for natural gas on shore in Victoria's South Gippsland.

Gippsland construction industry set to benefit from dual-gas fired power station go-ahead

The decision to allow the construction of a proposed dual-gas fired power station in Gippsland has been heralded as a win for the region.

Loy Yang Power announces successful contractors for $100m long-term outage maintenance work

Loy Yang Power has announced five-year multi-million dollar contracts for its power station outages.

Latrobe Valley in line for $1b carbon capture storage project, $70m feasibility study launched

The Latrobe Valley is set to get a $1 billion carbon capture storage project, which proponents says will turn dirty brown coal into a greener energy source.

Inaugural board appointed for 10-year, $9b deepwater Port of Hastings development

The first board of the Port of Hastings Development Authority (PoHDA) has been appointed.

Victorian Government announces $2m contribution towards new bulk goods port at Barry Beach

The Victorian Government has announced a $2 million contribution towards a new bulk goods port.

Leighton seeks deadline extension for troubled $600m Victorian desal plant after earnings fall

Leighton, the builder of Victoria's troubled desalination plant, is seeking a deadline extension after it revealed its expected earnings have fallen by nearly $600 million since April.

Expressions of interest open for industrial estate and transport hub development, Latrobe Valley

The Victorian Government is seeking expressions of interest from developers for a fully integrated industrial estate and transport hub development in the Latrobe Valley.

Keen interest in SCADA and process control systems providers for Victoria Coldry project

Environmental Clean Technologies CEO Kos Galtos said there will be a keen interest in SCADA and process control systems providers for the Victoria Coldry project in the Latrobe Valley.