Woodside has upped the capital cost of its long-awaited Scarborough gas project off WA’s North West coast as it closes in on a final investment decision.
FIRST PICTURES: Ellenbrook may be a sleepy suburb now but by 2031 it will have transformed into the busiest public transport hub in the north eastern corridor.
However, the building company’s administrators say directors were of the belief that support from Pindan’s Singapore parent would keep the company alive.
The long-term plan for the State’s future infrastructure recommends punting major projects further down the track, with the Premier lauding its focus on ‘does something need to be built at all?’
Delays began during the pandemic last year but continued to snowball in 2021, made worse by the Suez canal blockage in March and the more recent COVID outbreak in China.
The solar industry has spent decades slashing the cost of generating electricity direct from the sun. Now it’s focusing on making panels even more powerful.
The energy group has kicked off a project to improve gas recoveries from the huge fields feeding its Gorgon LNG project.
Telstra shareholders can look forward to the return of more than $1 billion after the group sold 49 per cent of its mobile towers infrastructure business.
Emerging projects in WA’s north are well placed to secure a sizeable chunk of the $2.1 billion still left in the kitty of the Federal Government’s Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility.
The completion of several multi-million dollar State Government road and rail projects could be pushed back by up to a year in the wake of a severe skills and labour shortage.
Plans for the highly anticipated WACA pool — which would cost Perth ratepayers $151.5 million — look set to sink after a draft business plan found ‘no unmet need’ for an aquatic centre in the city.
The Norwegian group is partnering with Orica in an ammonium nitrate plant outside of Karratha that is still powering up after entering production two years late.
There has been a rush of offers to develop the South Fremantle Power station, but one application is raising eyebrows.
The Federal Government blindsided the McGowan Government with its decision to knock back the Asian Renewable Energy Hub, one of the world’s largest renewable hydrogen projects.
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Perth Airport will push towards achieving 50 per cent renewable energy across its operations as part of an ambitious plan to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2030.
Perth’s new Kids’ Bridge will be adorned by a stunning Aboriginal art mural depicting local flora and fauna ahead of its public opening next month.
The City of Perth has forced the closure of the iconic Bocelli Espresso Cafe amid a legal battle with giant industry superannuation property fund, ISPT.
New State Government-imposed targets would make its Pluto LNG facility a net zero emitter of greenhouse gas within the next three decades.
China’s stake in Australia’s largest coal export port has come under the microscope amid a fresh revelation about foreign ownership.
The owners of Bocelli Espresso in the CBD have vowed to fight City of Perth after a top council bureaucrat threatened to seize control of the landmark cafe next week.
Australia Post has flagged a blowout to the resumption of daily letter deliveries — slated for July 1 — despite having months to prepare for the pre-COVID standard to come back into effect.
The energy giant is moving forward to future-proof power needs for a potential expansion of its Burrup Peninsula LNG hub with plans to build one of WA’s biggest solar projects.
A shortage of truck and train drivers, bushfires, floods and the recent cyclone near Geraldton mean CBH can’t get its grain to port fast enough to meet shipping schedules.
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