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Grid connection for waste plant energy

By Emma Brown July 6, 2015 ANAECO’s Shenton Park plant will be the first operational waste facility in WA to be connected to the electricity grid, following technical and regulatory…

Commercial future for Perth Basin field

By Emma Brown July 6, 2015 THE largest onshore gas field found in WA for decades has been deemed commercially viable by oil and gas explorer AWE. AWE discovered gas…

Extraction industry to soar

Extraction industry to soar

By Courtney Pearson July 6, 2015 THE Australian oil and gas extraction industry is set to grow 12.8 per cent in the next financial year on the back on demand…

LNG construction surges forward

LNG construction surges forward

By Emma Brown July 6, 2015 ENERGY giant Chevron has operated in Australia’s oil and gas industry since 1952. Today, Chevron is the largest holder of exploration permits across Australia…

Showcasing the region

Showcasing the region

By Emma Brown July, 6, 2015 WITH many major projects underway or about to commence production, it’s an exciting time for the Northern Territory’s resources industry. Held at the Darwin…

Project success for major player

Project success for major player

By Courtney Pearson July, 6, 2015 BEGINNING production ahead of schedule was the first sign that BHP Billiton’s Pyrenees project would be one of the company’s most successful. Pyrenees, which…

Heavy equipment hire a cut above the rest

Heavy equipment hire a cut above the rest

KAIS Contractors take the hassle out of heavy equipment hire within the resources industry. The WA-based company specialises in the hiring options of Caterpillar plant and heavy equipment across the…