Tuesday 19th Dec, 2017
Adani protestors in Brisbane before the state election. Photo: Dan Macias

China backs off Adani

Indian energy giant Adani has suffered another blow, after a major Chinese bank ruled out funding its Carmichael mine, rail…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR November/December Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review is pleased to release its latest instalment for online readers in a digital, true-to-life, format. The…
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AEMO eases blackout concerns ahead of 17/18 summer

Almost 2,000 megawatts of additional resources to generate energy will be available during the peak demand months of the upcoming…
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CIMIC’s revenue growth continues in third quarter

Civil engineering and services group CIMIC has named its new chief executive officer, and has firmed up its strong profit…
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Officials split over One Belt, One Road

Australian bureaucrats are divided over China’s ambitious push to dominate global trade, with a number of key Government departments against…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR September/October Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review and Mohi Media are proud to release the September/October Issue of the magazine in its digital…
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Lightweight steel offering real alternative to aluminium

A range of lighter, stronger steels are being used more frequently in vehicle manufacturing, an industry long-dominated by aluminium. According…
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Kobe Steel embroiled in fake data scandal

Japan’s third-largest steelmaker Kobe Steel will cooperate with the U.S. Department of Justice after it announced strength certifications on its…
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