Gladstone Industry News

Tue 1 May 2018

Contractor's plea for court cost help rejected

Contractor's plea for court cost help rejected

MINING contractor Civil Mining and Construction will pay its court costs after a six-year battle with Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal.

Sat 28 Apr 2018

Past port employees, board members honoured by street names

Past port employees, board members honoured by street names

SOME of the best years of Graham Fenton's life involved laying down the grass roots to allow the Gladstone Port to become Queensland's largest.

Fri 27 Apr 2018

Questions raised over energy giant's bid for Santos

Questions raised over energy giant's bid for Santos

A RESPECTED gas analyst has questioned if the potential takeover of the owner of GLNG, Santos, would result in increased spending on the Curtis Island facility.

850 people quizzed on jobs, pay rises in the region

850 people quizzed on jobs, pay rises in the region

A UNION employment and wages survey of 852 Flynn residents found while most supported a change to workplace agreement negotiations.

Thu 26 Apr 2018

US Treasury eases sanctions on QAL part-owner

US Treasury eases sanctions on QAL part-owner

Steven Mnuchin said America had not intended to target 'hard-working people' with the sanctions.

Fri 13 Apr 2018

Supply Chain Expo opens industry doors

Supply Chain Expo opens industry doors

More than 60 stalls represented at GEA Expo.

Thu 12 Apr 2018

QAL could be caught in firing line over Russia sanctions

QAL could be caught in firing line over Russia sanctions

Twenty per cent of the refinery is owned by Russian aluminium firm Rusal, one of the companies singled out by America.

REVEALED: 20-year plan to secure Gladstone's future

REVEALED: 20-year plan to secure Gladstone's future

EXCLUSIVE: A 20-year project to secure Gladstone's industrial and economic future has been revealed by a peak Queensland development body.

Thu 5 Apr 2018

Shorten looks to push CQ hydrogen after visit

Shorten looks to push CQ hydrogen after visit

The Opposition Leader met with the Japanese ambassador last week to discuss the possibility of importing the energy source from Gladstone.

Wed 4 Apr 2018

NEW DATA: Gladstone remains a 'hotspot' for air pollution

NEW DATA: Gladstone remains a 'hotspot' for air pollution

Environmental researcher says Gladstone's is "not your typical environment" and the Federal Government should intervene.

Thu 29 Mar 2018

Industry analyst's warning to Curtis Island LNG exporters

Industry analyst's warning to Curtis Island LNG exporters

AN INDEPENDENT gas industry analyst has warned Gladstone liquefied natural gas exporters would struggle to reap the rewards of China's gas imports boom.

Wed 28 Mar 2018

Strengthen your business at Supply Chain Expo

Strengthen your business at Supply Chain Expo

'It's a day of networking and business development'.

Tue 27 Mar 2018

How proposed job-creating project will save millions

How proposed job-creating project will save millions

A PLANNED "state of the art" livestock facility near Mount Larcom has a goal to become "future proof" and save millions of dollars every year.

Fri 23 Mar 2018

MINE EXPANSION: Application to grow CQ marble project

MINE EXPANSION: Application to grow CQ marble project

A GLOBAL manufacturer of calcium carbonate has moved forward with plans to expand its Bajool marble mine.

Fri 16 Mar 2018

$30b plans with 'mega' logistics hub revealed

$30b plans with 'mega' logistics hub revealed

A SINGING grandfather who is a veteran of the transport industry plans to transform Gladstone into a "mega” logistics hub.

Power station responds to reports of two outages in two days

Power station responds to reports of two outages in two days

BREAKDOWNS at the Gladstone Power Station are not a concern but part of normal operations, according to the acting general manager.

Thu 15 Mar 2018

$190m contract secures coal mining in CQ for three years

$190m contract secures coal mining in CQ for three years

A $190 million contract has secured mining operations at Dawson South, near Moura, for another three years.

Tue 13 Mar 2018

LNG projects' profit 'relief' not enough to outweigh challenges

LNG projects' profit 'relief' not enough to outweigh challenges...

THE producers behind Gladstone's $70-billion LNG industry have had a glimpse of financial security, despite blowing out construction costs.

WICET lenders make counter-proposal to tackle debt

WICET lenders make counter-proposal to tackle debt

THE owners of Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminals have been dealt a new refinancing proposal from the facility's senior lenders who are owed $3.8 billion.

Mon 12 Mar 2018

'Powering ahead': Value of resources exports on the rise

'Powering ahead': Value of resources exports on the rise

A PROMINENT industry chief is singing the praises of Queensland's resource sector after a new report showed the value of exports had risen.

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