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Victoria’s largest solar farm comes online

Neoen’s 128 megawatt (MW) Numurkah Solar Farm is now fully operational and supplying 100% renewable energy to its Victorian customers. The A$198 million solar farm,...

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Siemens releases Final Agenda and Speaker List for is annual digitalisation conference

More than 40 external speakers, 11 global and local Siemens speakers, four sponsors, 11 external and 11 internal exhibitors and 13 partner industry organisations are scheduled to deliver robust discussions around real-world applications of digital technologies and Industry 4.0 at Siemens’ Digitalize 2019. This year’s conference, to be held in Brisbane’s...
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BHP’s strategic expansion proposal for the Pilbara greenlighted by the WA State Government

The Western Australian State Government has approved BHP's 50 to 100 year strategic mining...

Construction begins on Fortescue’s $1.7bn Eliwana mine that will create 2.400 new jobs

Fortescue Metals Group’s Founder and Chairman, Andrew Forrest was joined by Western Australian Premier...

Santos/Shell joint venture and Bridgeport Energy looking to boost future gas supply in Queensland

The Queensland state Government has greenlighted the Santos/Shell joint venture and Bridgeport Energy to start...

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