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Quality workwear and competitively priced safety equipment

Quality workwear and competitively priced safety equipment

A privately owned Australian business, WA Safety specialises in the supply of quality workwear, work boots and a range of industrial safety equipment. Since being established in 1996, WA Safety…

Keeping dust and health concerns at bay with expert dust management techniques

Keeping dust and health concerns at bay with expert dust management techniques

RECOGNISED as a world expert in dust management techniques, Spraying Systems Co maintains that the key to proper dust management is to identify the specific dust problem; understand the most…

Specialists in custom made transformers

Specialists in custom made transformers

AUSTRALIAN-owned and operated Dyne Industries has been a supplier of transformers to the nation’s electronics industry since 1976. With 35 years of experience in custom-made transformers and wound components, the…

Tailored shelter solutions for any site requirement

Tailored shelter solutions for any site requirement

SPECIALISING in innovative shelter solutions for the mining, oil and gas, construction, aviation and industrial sectors, Allshelter’s extensive range is guaranteed to have clients covered and protected. Allshelter products include…

US oil and gas investment ramps up to decade-high

US oil and gas investment ramps up to decade-high

A new report from global advisory firm Ernst & Young (EY) has shown that investment in oil and gas in the US has hit its highest level in at least…

Major drilling campaign for Cooper Basin explorer

Major drilling campaign for Cooper Basin explorer

AMID upgrading its reserves, explorer Senex Energy has begun a 12 month drilling campaign across its northern and southern Cooper Basin permits, with plans to drill more than 30 wells…

LNG projects drive multibillion-dollar growth in Queensland

LNG projects drive multibillion-dollar growth in Queensland

AS job cuts hamper the Australian mining sector, Queensland’s CSG-LNG industry has hit an employment high of 30,000 workers. LNG companies developing the state’s multiple CSG to LNG projects have…

Studies confirm viability of South African gas project

Studies confirm viability of South African gas project

INDEPENDENT studies have identified the Ibhubesi offshore project as a worthy development, as the South African market looks for new gas suppliers. The project, which is a joint venture between…

South Australian body calls for policy changes

South Australian body calls for policy changes

THE South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) has cited Federal policies on a flow through shares scheme and the Petroleum Resources Rent Tax (PRRT) as major hindrances to…

England sizes up shale potential

England sizes up shale potential

THE north of England could hold up to 1.3 trillion cubic feet of shale gas, according to a British Geological Survey report commissioned by the UK Government. The study estimated…

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