The project director of a proposed $10 billion wind farm off the coast of Victoria has update Projectory on the project and some key collaborations - here’s what you need to know.
After a year of investigations, the proponent of a $10 billion offshore wind farm has reached a significant milestone, with a route for underground cables now locked in.
The highly anticipated second Bass Strait interconnector will become a reality sooner than originally projected, with the approvals process of the $4 billion project now officially fast-tracked.
Proponents of Australia’s first offshore wind farm estimated to have an end cost of around $10 billion, have awarded a key contract, and the project’s director has taken Projectory through the latest developments and next steps.
Scientific testing is beginning on Australia’s first offshore wind farm, estimated to have an end cost of around $10 billion, and the project’s senior director has filled Projectory in on the latest details of a project described as being a “major boon” for the local construction industry.
An opportunity exists for a contractor to head up a Victorian gas drilling project.
A feasibility study is underway to test the viability of building Australia’s first offshore wind farm, and the director of the company behind the proposed project has told Projectory what this could mean to local contractors and suppliers.
With overwhelming support from both state and federal governments, construction of a second interconnector across Bass Strait moves closer to starting and Projectory has been given a glimpse into what that might look like.
A major exploration contract had been awarded for a gas and oil field off the coast of Victoria.
The tender has opened for five new oil and gas exploration blocks off the coast of Victoria, and a key contact has filled Projectory in on all the details.