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    Solar/crypto project for Collie

    Solar/crypto project for Collie

    24 Apr 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Collie could soon be home to a 20 megawatt solar farm and cryptocurrency 'mining' operation, after the Southern Development Assessment Panel recommended approval for a project led by energy entrepreneur Ben Tan. ...

    Mixed fortunes for local business leaders in pay stakes

    Mixed fortunes for local business leaders in pay stakes

    07 Dec 2015 by Mark Beyer

    SPECIAL REPORT: The 2015 CEO salary survey has some surprising names near the top of the list while some of the state’s best chief executives are unexpectedly low down. ...

    Paladin out, Programmed in new ASX200

    Paladin out, Programmed in new ASX200

    04 Dec 2015 by Nicholas Clarke

    Programmed Maintenance Services is among five companies to be added to the S&P/ASX200 in changes to the market indices set to occur after market close on December 18. ...

    WA hydrogen, graphite producer seeks IPO

    WA hydrogen, graphite producer seeks IPO

    01 Oct 2015 by Saskia Pickles

    A clean energy technology developed at the University of Western Australia with funding from Wesfarmers is the driving force behind Hazer Group, which is looking to secure up to $5 million as it prepares to list on the Australian Securities Exchange later ...

    Big fall in major project spending: ANZ

    Big fall in major project spending: ANZ

    25 Feb 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Capital spending on major mining, energy and infrastructure projects in Australia is set to drop more than 60 per cent over the next three years, according to analysis by ANZ Banking Group. ...

    Forge to acquire CTEC for up to $38m

    Forge to acquire CTEC for up to $38m

    13 Jan 2012 by Mark Beyer

    Engineering and construction firm Forge Group has diversified into the energy sector through the acquisition of Balcatta-based CTEC Pty Ltd for up to $38.6 million. ...

    Algae.Tec gets $6m backing

    Algae.Tec gets $6m backing

    09 Dec 2011 by Mark Scott

    Clean energy company Algae.Tec today received $6 million backing from La Jolla Cove Investment to be drawn down over a three-year period. ...

    Woodside says $50bn gain from Browse project

    Woodside says $50bn gain from Browse project

    14 Nov 2011 by Dan Wilkie

    Woodside Petroleum has released an environmental study on the offshore component of its Browse liquefied natural gas project for public review that shows most activities associated with the developmen ...

    Danger for MinMetals' Anvil bid

    Danger for MinMetals' Anvil bid

    31 Oct 2011 by Staff Reporters

    Anvil Mining shares slipped today after the company said its $C1.3 billion ($1.2 billion) takeover offer from MinMetals Resources may be in danger of falling over. ...

    Libs forgetful on ETS origins

    Libs forgetful on ETS origins

    15 Oct 2009 by Joseph Poprzeczny

    Kevin Rudd may be leading the charge on the ETS, but another PM had the idea first. ...

    Toro's all-star team lead Wiluna project

    Toro's all-star team lead Wiluna project

    14 Oct 2009 by Russell Quinn

    Uranium developer Toro Energy has appointed a specialist three-member project team to lead its flagship Wiluna project north of Kalgoorlie as the project's bankable feasability study moves towards completion by 2011. ...

    Today's Business Headlines

    Today's Business Headlines

    14 Oct 2009 by Adam Orlando

    'Luddites' keep Perth in dark on retail trading; Super review targets fund manager fees; Big Telstra holders blasted; Manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers sentiment flags; Rio unit soars on coal rebound ...

    New World Energy to open $10m IPO

    New World Energy to open $10m IPO

    13 Oct 2009 by Edited announcement

    West Perth-based New World Energy plans to raise $10 million through an initial public offer to explore and develop its geothermal permits, and expects to list on the local stock exchange by the end of the year. ...

    Mobilarm to launch $6m IPO

    Mobilarm to launch $6m IPO

    13 Oct 2009 by Edited announcement

    Marine safety company Mobilarm has joined the growing list of companies seeking to list on the stock exchange, today unveiling plans to raise up to $6 million in its initial public offer. ...

    Carnegie founder steps down

    Carnegie founder steps down

    12 Oct 2009 by Edited announcement

    The founder of Carnegie Wave Energy, chairman Alan Burns, has decided to step down, ending his Australian public company career, as the acquisition of Renewable Energy Holdings is formalised. ...

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