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The flagship Sconi Cobalt-Nickel-Scandium Project, based near Greenvale invests in one of the very few large ore bodies of its type within Australia, and is considered the most advanced towards production.
The economic modelling completed for the Sconi Project Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS released November 2018) demonstrated that the project supports a two million tonne per annum process plant that would deliver long-term benefits to both the regional Queensland community and Australian Mines shareholders.
Managing Director - Australian Mines Limited
Telephone (08) 9481 5811
Please visit the Australian Mines website for further information and subscribe to their newsletter.
The Kidston Renewable Energy, based in Kidston, is focused on the generation and storage of renewable energy. Genex is developing a renewable energy hub in north Queensland, integrating large-scale solar with pumped storage hydro. The Genex Kidston Renewable Energy Hub is a world first, innovative integration of intermittent solar energy with low cost energy storage creating ‘Renewable Energy On Tap.
Executive Director - Genex Power
Telephone: (02) 9048 8852
Please visit the Genex Power website for further information on the Project.
For more information, including to register your interest with project contractors with please follow the below links.
CPB Contractors is the Managing Contractor for the planning phase of the Australia-Singapore Military Training Initiative (ASMTI) facilities project in North Queensland for the Australian Government’s Department of Defence.
The ASMTI project in North Queensland will see the development of an estimated 310,000 hectare training area near Greenvale, 220km north-west of Townsville for use by the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).
The Department of Defence is also expanding the Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Central Queensland under the ASMTI.
Design work for the Greenvale site will commence in early 2021 and construction will commence in mid-2022. The project is scheduled to be completed in late 2027.
When the initiative reaches maturity, up to 14,000 Singapore Armed Forces will conduct unilateral training in Central and North Queensland for up to 18 weeks a year for 25 years, providing enduring benefits to the region.
Please visit the CPB Contractors website for further information on the Project.
For more information, please download the below presentation.