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


Thiess inks Caval extension Australasia: Thiess has secured a AUD150 million (USD107.5 million) contract extension with BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) at the Caval Ridge coal mine in Queensland, Australia. The extension will see Thiess mine additional overburden through until 2020.


Pybar wins Peak contract Australasia: Pybar has signed a contract with Aurelia Metals to carry out all underground development and production mining activities at Peak Mines near Cobar, New South Wales.


NAP chooses Redpath North America:North American Palladium (NAP) has retained the services of Redpath Canada for its major underground expansion project at the Lac des Iles operation outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. The expansion will take the mine


from its current rate of just over 6,000 tonnes per day to 12,000 tonnes per day.


Taswater picks partners Australasia:UGL and CPB Contractors have been selected by Taswater as the preferred contractor to deliver a USD600 million capital works programme to support and develop water and wastewater infrastructure in Tasmania.


Outotec wins Mexico deal Latin America:Outotec has been awarded a contract for the delivery of a complete mineral processing plant for a precious metals project in Mexico. Outotec will deliver process equipment for upgrades of two other sulphide silver ore processes for the same customer. The total value of the contracts is


approximately USD34 million. The deliveries will take place at the end of 2019.


Taswater picks partners Australasia: Cimic Group company UGL has secured a new multi-year contract for maintenance and shutdown support services across BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance coal mines in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.


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Spate of bids boost US offshore wind T


he New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has received three formal bids from companies interested in building offshore wind energy


projects in the state. Atlantic Shores Offshore Wind said that it


wants to develop 2,500 MW of capacity in the state and confirmed that it has tabled a bid. The firm is a joint venture between Shell and EDF Renewables North America. Equinor is also planning to develop Boardwalk


Wind project in the state. Ørsted has reportedly submitted one of the bids. Meanwhile, Connecticut’s Department of


Energy and Environmental Protection has selected Ørsted’s 100 MW Revolution Wind project to move


CIVIL ENGINEERING


roads project Europe: Skanska Norway has signed a contract with the Norwegian Public Road Authority (NPRA) to build Fv. 659 Nordøyvegen in Møre and Romsdal county, Norway.


Munich rail work awarded


Europe: Together with its partner Implenia,Hochtief has secured a contract from


Skanska lands


Deutsche Bahn for the second trunk route of the suburban railway in Munich. The contract is valued at EUR400 million (USD457.7 million).


Salini Impregilo wins road deals


North America: Salini Impregilo has won two construction contracts in North Carolina worth a combined USD460 million. The first contract, worth USD260 million, will widen interstates 77 and 40


in Iredell County. The second contract for a total value of USD403 million involves extending the Triangle Expressway from US 401 to I-40 in the Wake and Johnston counties.


Valmet picked by Century Pulp


Asia: Valmet has been chosen to supply a tissue production line to Century Pulp and Paper (CPP) in India. It will be installed at CPP’s mill in Lalkua, India.


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forward to negotiate a fixed-price power purchase agreement. Subject to contract signing and Ørsted’s final


investment decision, construction is expected to start in 2022. The wind farm could be commissioned by 2023. In Massachusetts, provisional winners have


been announced for three separate offshore wind projects. The three winning bids each came in at approximately USD135 million. Provisional winners are: Equinor Wind US; Mayflower Wind Energy, a 50/50 joint venture between Shell and EDP Renewables; and Vineyard Wind, a 50/50 joint venture between Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Avangrid Renewables.


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