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+ 380 New Mining Jobs
+ 1500 New FIFO & Construction Jobs
Pembroke Resources’ $1 billion Olive Downs metallurgical coal project marks a new major milestone, with Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General approving the development of the project located southeast of Moranbah. The approval, however, comes with strict conditions that ensure local employment as well as management of potential impacts on the environment.
+ 1900 NEW FIFO AND CONSTRUCTION JOBS
Source: Plant Miner
Works are progressing well at Fortescue Metals Group’s (FMG) $1.7 billion Eliwana Iron Ore Project in Western Australia, with two new work contracts awarded to BGC Contracting and SIMPEC. The contract includes delivery of bulk earthworks for the permanent accommodation village and access roads, a new airstrip, and a 16-kilometre construction access road.
+ 300 NEW MINING jobs
Source: Mining Technology
Yancoal Australia has received approval from the Queensland Government for its planned expansion of the Cameby Downs thermal coal mine. Queensland Mines Minister Anthony Lynham approved mining leases for the expansion project, which will increase production and expand mine life at the open cut site.
+ 900 NEW CONSTRUCTION Jobs
Source: Townsville Enterprise
Federal Labor to upgrade has invested approximately $244 million to complete two major North Queensland transport corridors. $100 million of the investment will fund works to improve the Mount Isa to Townsville rail corridor while the remaining $144 million will help complete the Townsville Ring Road.
+ 1000 New Mining Jobs
Source: Compelo Energy
Realising Whitehaven Coal’s $1B Winchester South project in central Bowen Basin is now closer after the metallurgical coal mining project was declared a coordinated project by Queensland’s independent Coordinator-General. Queensland Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning Cameron Dick said that the proposed Winchester South facility is expected to create 950 jobs.
+ 500 New Jobs
Source: Renew Economy
The first of 56 turbines is being installed for Neoen’s Bulgana Green Power Hub which will make up nearly 200 MW of wind power. This marks a new milestone for the ground-breaking hybrid renewable and battery storage project in Victoria. The project, which began last year, is expected to deliver 100 percent renewable energy to what is to become the country’s biggest vegetable glasshouse owned by Nectar Farms.
+3000 New Construction Jobs
Source: Salini Impregilo
Salini Impregilo will build the biggest hydroelectric power station in Australia after winning a contract valued at AU$5.1 billion (€3.228 billion) for the civil works and electromechanical component of the Snowy 2.0 project. The company signed in its capacity as leader of the Future Generation joint-venture with a combined 65% stake – equal to AU$3.315 billion (€2.098 billion) – along with its U.S. subsidiary, Lane (10%). Australia’s Clough is the other member of the JV with a 35% stake.