Friday 24th Nov, 2017
Coal. Photo: Shutterstock

Adani loan dominates election debate, but China may step in

Chinese banks and state-owned enterprises are reportedly ready to finance Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine and railway project, as debate…
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WICET relying on Aurizon-Macquarie bailout

The Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal at the Port of Gladstone in Queensland is doing enough to stay in business…
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Fenner Dunlop’s repair and replacement plan took only 19 days compared to its competitor’s which was, at best, 45 days.

19 days for belt repair and replacement

A Bowen Basin coal miner, facing an extended shutdown thanks to a badly torn conveyor belt, was back into production…
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Olympic Dam. Photo: BHP Billiton

Mackenzie wants pollies, lobbyists out of energy debate

BHP chief executive Andrew Mackenzie has directed Australia’s politicians and lobby groups to steer clear of the energy debate, and…
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Some of Enerpac’s new Summit edition HTC models.

Enerpac launches Summit heavy tonnage cylinders

High-pressure hydraulics specialist, Enerpac has launched a new range of high-tonnage cylinders (HTC), called Summit, aimed at heavier lifts in…
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Haulotte HT28 RTJ PRO boom lift in action.

Telescopic boom can aid structures’ maintenance

United Forklift and Access Solutions is introducing to Australasia its new Haulotte HT28 RTJ PRO Telescopic Boom which includes a…
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Nathan Tinkler says Australia is still in a good position in the coal sector, relative to its competition. Photo: WICET

Aurizon, Brookfield, Macquarie in talks to buy WICET: Reports

Aurizon has confirmed it is in talks to buy the embattled Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal as part of a…
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Cement rocks. Photo: Honeywell

Wagners not worried by potential new Brickworks site

The initial public offering of building materials manufacturer Wagners could struggle to realise the value executives may have hoped, after…
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Photo: Adelaide Brighton

Suspected fraud costs AdBri $14m

Cement and lime manufacturer Adelaide Brighton has called in forensic accountants from KPMG to investigate $14 million in underpayments by…
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