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CAPITAL PROJECTS & CONTRACTSNEWS ROUND-UP more news at www.heavyliftpfi.com MINING NEWS


Carmichael approved Australasia –Adanihas received Commonwealth approval from the federal government of Australia to start building its 25 million tonnes per year Carmichael coal project in Queensland.


RBM investment cleared Africa – Rio Tinto has approved the next stage in the development of Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) in South Africa through the construction of the Zulti South project. The USD463 million investment will sustain RBM’s current capacity and extend the mine’s life.


USD1.1 bn bid for Lynas Australasia –Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers has made an unsolicited USD1.1 billion cash bid for Lynas Corporation – a miner of rare-earth minerals.


Iron Bridge green lighted Australasia –Fortescue Metals Group has green-lighted its USD2.6 billion Iron Bridge magnetite project. The mine is located 145 km south of Port Hedland, Australia. This development follows a USD500 million first-stage investment into the construction of large-scale pilot and demonstration plants.


Monadelphous doubles up Australasia –Monadelphous has secured a second construction contract, valued at USD74 million, at BHP’s South Flank iron ore project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The contract includes works associated with the project’s inflow infrastructure.


Züblin inks Chilean contract Latin America – Strabag Group’s Züblin International has been awarded two new long-term mining contracts at the Teniente mine in Rancagua, Chile. The contracts have a total value of about EUR500 million (USD566.9 million) and comprise the construction of 32.5 km of tunnels.


K92 boosts Kainantu Asia –K92 Mining has made the formal decision to double capacity at its Kainantu gold mine in Papua New Guinea to 400,000 tonnes per annum.


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MHI picked for Rovuma LNG Phase 1 M


itsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has reached an agreement with ExxonMobil and its co-venture partners


to supply H-100 gas turbine and compressor packages for the Rovuma LNG Phase 1 project in Mozambique.


Subject to a final investment decision on the


project, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Compressor Corporation (MCO) will supply the main liquefaction compressors, whileMitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS)will provide 120MW H-100 gas turbines as the mechanical drivers.


Maximus project starts


Enercon has broken ground at the 844 MW second phase of the Maximus wind farm in Sweden. The project was formerly known as Markbygden. A total of 201 turbines will be installed at the site in Pitea.


CIVIL AND INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE Road building


boom in France Europe – Sales of road construction equipment in France are close to the highs of before the financial crash, according to Cisma – the French association of equipment manufacturers of construction, infrastructure, steel and handling equipment industries.


Boskalis wins Indonesia deals


Asia – Boskalis has been awarded two contracts in Indonesia. On the island of


Sulawesi, Boskalis will expand the Makassar New Port container terminal. On Java, it will prepare land for a new petrochemicals complex. Both projects will be executed in the second half of 2019 and carry a combined value of approximately EUR75 million (USD84.8 million).


Pulse signs for Cross River Rail


Australasia –Pacific Partnerships, CPB Contractors, and UGL, as part of the Pulse consortium, have been selected by the Cross River Rail Delivery


POWER GENERATION Sembcorp UK power plant approved


The UK government has approved Sembcorp Utilities’ plan to build a 1,700 MW CCGT power project on the former Teesside coal-fired power


plant in the UK. It is the third major project to be approved this year, after development consent orders for Tilbury 2 and Milbrook Power.


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Authority (CRRDA) as the preferred group to deliver the tunnel, stations and development package of Brisbane’s Cross River Rail project. The consortium will complete tunnelling works, new underground stations and ongoing maintenance services for the AUD5.4 billion (USD3.86 billion) development.


China and Italy ink contracts


Europe –China and Italy have signed preliminary agreements for trade and infrastructure worth USD2.8 billion.


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