With all the ducks lining up for a final investment decision on the Prelude FLNG Project billions of dollars will flow to local suppiers, according to Prelude Vice President Bruce Steenson.
A Chinese construction and engineering company will partner with a Perth-based mining engineering group to deliver a nickel sulphide concentrator for the Mt Windarra nickel Project.
WA's environmental watchdog is satisified that Rio Tinto's proposed expansion of its Brockman iron ore mine can be managed to meet its environmental objectives.
Moly Mines is in advanced negotiations with an engineering consortium for construction of the mine and associated processing plant for its Spinifex Ridge Molybdenum Copper Project.
BHP Billiton Iron Ore's plans to expand its Outer Harbour facility in Port Hedland to 480 Mtpa will cost an estimated $48 billion and take 10 to 14 years to build.
Barminco has been awarded a three year $60 million underground mining services contract for Western Areas’ Spotted Quoll nickel mine.
St John of God Health Care is investing $234 million at its Murdoch Hospital to increase the hospital from 357 to 522 beds.
Procurement and tender packages for the administration building are still available for the $2 billion Fiona Stanley Hospital project in Murdoch which is just 19 months into construction.
The feasibility study to expand Rio Tinto's Pilbara system to 333 Mtpa is well advanced and on track for a decision in early 2012.
Shell’s Vice President of Prelude Bruce Steenson will provide an update on the Prelude FLNG Project at the Burswood Entertainment Complex in Perth on Wednesday evening 20 April.