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The Australian Defence Export Office (ADEO) was established in April 2018 as a key initiative of the 2018 Defence Export Strategy. The ADEO is the focal point for coordinating whole-of-government defence export support for Australian defence industry, to ensure it can meet Australia’s defence capability needs now and into the future.
Land 8710 and Land 8702 Littoral Capability Vessels for Australian Army currently under RFT and early phases of reserach for Land 8702 Riverine Patrol Vessels.
Woodside is pursuing an opportunity to process up to 3 Mtpa of Scarborough gas via the existing Pluto Train 1. This project is known as the Pluto Train 1 Scarborough Modifications Project and involves modifying the existing Pluto Train 1 facility to enable it to process Scarborough gas.
Woodside has selected Bechtel (Western Australia) Pty Ltd and Kellogg Brown and Root Ltd to perform Front End Engineering Design (FEED) services through 2022 under a dual FEED arrangement. Subject to applicable regulatory and joint venture approvals, the execute phase of the Project is expected to commence in 2023.
Woodside will work with its FEED contractors to maximise opportunities for local, regional and Western Australian businesses across the supply chain, including Indigenous participation opportunities.
The Pilbara Generation Project (Project) will enhance Fortescue’s existing power generation capacity through the inclusion of 150MW of gas fired reciprocating engine-based power generation, together with 150MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) generation and 50MW of battery storage and will be constructed, owned and operated by Fortescue through its subsidiary Pilbara Energy (Generation) Pty Ltd.
The project will involve underground excavation and tunneling works between Tantangara and Talbingo dams to depths of up to one kilometre. There will be surface works in several locations including intake-outlet structures at Talbingo and Tantangara dams, surge shafts and tunnel portal sites.
The Western Sydney Airport Co (WSA) will deliver Sydney a second airport at Badgerys Creek in Sydney's west. Construction of Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is underway and on track to begin operations in 2026.
AeroWest, a joint venture partnership between Seymour Whyte Constructions Pty Ltd & BMD Constructions Pty Limited have been contracted to deliver the Landside Civil & Building Section of Works for WSA Co.
Brisbane Metro will be a key part of Brisbane’s greater transport network connecting the city to the suburbs. New high-capacity and high-frequency Metro services will run along dedicated busways and link with suburban bus and train services as part of a better-planned network.
Brisbane Metro will provide a 21-kilometre service connecting 18 stations from Eight Mile Plains to Roma Street, and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) to University of Queensland (UQ).
The expected cost to build Brisbane Metro is $1.244 billion. Brisbane City Council (Council) has committed to funding a majority of the project’s capital costs, with the Australian Government providing a $300 million funding contribution to the project.
The new ECU City Campus will be located at Perth City Link (Lots 10 North and 10 South – West of Yagan Square) and above the Wellington Street bus station. It will be home to the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), the School of Business and Law, an advanced Technology Centre, Creative Industries and Kurongkurl Katitjin – ECU’s Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, amongst others. The purpose-built, multi-storey campus has a targeted opening date in 2025 and will eventually accommodate around 11,000 students and 1,500 staff.