Sep 27, 2018

Industry event highlights CQ industry opportunities

Industry event highlights CQ industry opportunities Shoalwater Bay is the focus of the $800 Australian Singapore Military training Initiative. Detail will be presented at the GEA Major Industry Conference.

Projects worth more than $3.5 billion will be on show at the next Gladstone engineering Alliance (GEA) Major Industry Conference in October.

It represents more than 1000 procurement opportunities contained within 200km of Gladstone say organisers.

Speakers at the 2018 conference represent the region’s major industries, infrastructure providers and planners and leaders in the mineral processing and mining industry.

Chief Executive of COAL21 Fund and Executive Director Coal of the Minerals Council of Australia Greg Evans is the Guest Speaker and master of ceremonies.

Other speakers include:

Australian Future Energy CEO Kerry Parker – Gladstone Energy and Ammonia Project –$600M;

Renew Estate Director Toby Roxburgh – Rodds Bay Solar Farm – $300M;

Acciona Australia Project Manager Chris Cantwell – Aldoga Solar Farm – $500M;

Defence (Contractor to be announced) – Australian Singapore Military Training initiative – $800M;

Gladstone Ports Corporation CEO Peter O’Sullivan – East Shores Development – $31M;

Eaton Place Executive Director Peter Scarf – Hummock Hill tourist, housing development – $1.2B;

CS Energy General Manager Mr Colin Duck – Overhall programs – $225M;

Transport & Main Roads district director Peter Trim – Central Queensland Road Projects – $1.2B;

Gladstone Regional Council – Separate Works Projects – $282M; and special guests

Queensland Resources Council Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane.

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