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22.02.2021 (398 Clicks)

Nornickel to build LNG Plant to cut Emissions

Nornickel, headed by Vladimir Potanin, has announced plans to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in place of its obsolete nickel factory in the Arctic. This fits in the group's focus on its ambitious environmental goals and serves as an example that the mining giant is all-in in a bid to step up its green game.


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18.02.2021 (448 Clicks)

Minera Centinela awards Hatch EPCM Contract to implement Integrated Operations Management Project

With this project in Chile, Minera Centinela will lead the way in operation management at a global scale


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18.02.2021 (552 Clicks)

Greener Tunnelling for London’s super Sewer

The Thames Tideway Tunnel reached a significant milestone as the final tunnel boring machine (TBM) Selina broke ground to the east of Chambers Wharf on 8 January.


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16.02.2021 (411 Clicks)

Track Laying began on City & Southwest Project

The first track has been laid at Chatswood for Sydney Metro’s City & Southwest project, extending the driverless railway network from the north west, into the city and beyond.


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16.02.2021 (533 Clicks)

The World needs Qld's critical Minerals to support Transition to Renewables

The adventures of Indiana Jones have nothing on Queensland’s current crop of intrepid explorers, who are literally going to the far ends of the state’s north and north-west to discover the critical minerals needed to lower world carbon emissions.


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12.02.2021 (474 Clicks)

Cimic’s UGL to be awarded Country Regional Network Contract

Cimiv Group’s UGL has been confirmed by Transport for New South Wales (TfNSW) as the successful bidder for the operation and maintenance of rail infrastructure for the Country Regional Network.


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12.02.2021 (582 Clicks)

Cimic’s UGL secures in Maintenance Services Contract Extensions

UGL, a Cimic Group company, has secured several maintenance contract extensions in the power sector.

The work will be carried out across Western Australia, South Australia and New South Wales, and will generate combined revenue of approximately $110 million.

The extensions or continuations are to:

  • a maintenance and outage works contract in Western Australia, following the satisfaction of certain contractual requirements and deliverables;
  • a contract focused primarily around outage works in South Australia; and
  • a maintenance and outage works contract in New South Wales.

Cimic Group Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Juan Santamaria said: “UGL has a history of delivering value to the Australian energy industry and we’re proud to continue to do so by offering maintenance and shutdown services to these long-standing clients.”

UGL Managing Director Doug Moss said: “These contract extensions are a testament to the adaptability and trust we share with our clients. We are proud of our ability to provide a safe and reliable service and we look forward to building on our relationships in 2021 and beyond.”

All contracts are effective from early 2021.

Source: Hochtief AG

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12.02.2021 (516 Clicks)

Boliden´s Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves 2020

The Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves situation in Aitik, Garpenberg and Kevitsa is stable. During the year, exploration continued to be successful at the Tara Deep mineralization and Mineral Resources in the Boliden Area increased as a result of exploration at the Rävliden deposit.


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12.02.2021 (472 Clicks)

Metso Outotec launches global Training Certification Program for Services Professionals

Metso Outotec starts an integrated competence development, called Services Certification Program, which is targeted for the company’s service employees working on site. Metso Outotec has an extensive footprint of over 3000 Field Services professionals and additional support resources close to customer operations. The certification training program has been designed to validate and develop their employees’ knowledge and skills at servicing their respective products and technologies.


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11.02.2021 (461 Clicks)

Fugro’s virtual 3D Network Model helps keep Powerlines safe in Tasmania

TasNetworks has awarded Fugro a new contract to deliver a 3D virtual network model and associated analytics for their power distribution network in Tasmania, Australia. Fugro started the project to acquire data in December 2020 and delivered the first datasets to TasNetworks last month.


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