Eliwana Project

Overview:


Fortescue is developing the Western Hub in the Pilbara region, which includes significant amounts of high iron content bedded iron ore and is home to Fortescue’s newest mine, Eliwana. Located 140km to the west of Solomon, Eliwana Operations was commissioned in December 2020, and includes 143km of rail and approximately 30mtpa dry OPF.


Eliwana is integral to the supply chain and maintenance of our low-cost status, providing greater flexibility to capitalise on market dynamics.


Fortescue is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified contractors and suppliers for project tendering opportunities on the Industry Capability Network of Western Australian (ICNWA) Gateway.  


Local and Aboriginal participation:          


In line with Fortescue’s commitment to supporting local Western Australian communities, requirements relating to the engagement of local and Aboriginal vendors or Joint Ventures will be included in the selection criteria for Eliwana tendering opportunities.

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Project at a glance


WA Australia (Onshore)
Project Execution Phase
FORTESCUE METALS GROUP LTD

Contact Details


Georgie McInerney
Supply Chain Consultant
+61 8 9365 7491

Work Package
Documents
Full Scope EOI
Partial Scope EOI
Status
Accordian collapse

Operations

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Accordian collapse

Project Phase

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Note: The closing date/s for expressions of interest are subject to change.
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