A major gold project has moved another step to a significant increase in the size of its Goldfields project.
Approval has been given to build a hydrometallurgical facility as part of the development of an open-cut lead mine in WA’s Goldfields.
Two neighbouring salt minerals companies have entered into a joint study to determine shared infrastructure costs for their projects.
A key contract has been awarded with a major WA highway development.
Projectory understands around 150 extra workers will be required for a three-year contract with a significant nickel producer.
The world’s largest mining service provider has been awarded a mining service contract in Western Australia’s Goldfields for the next two years.
A WA contractor is believed to still in the market for workers after being awarded a three-year contract with a significant nickel producer.
A key contact for a potash project has provided Projectory with information on estimated start of works and the location of contractors that it will prefer to engage.
A key contact has alerted Projectory to a pair of opportunities with a major WA water pipeline project.
An exotic metals producer is making plans headed towards building a lithium hydroxide refinery in the Goldfields.