Sunwater & Dept. of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy – Coal Assessment Hub
RIM Connecting Industry Event
Resource Industry Media (RIM) Connecting Industry events are designed to attract representatives from the region’s resource services sector. These events provide a valuable opportunity for attendees to connect with and get information on major projects or procurement opportunities, as well as network with other business reps in the sector. You’ll be ideally placed to promote your business, service or product to a captive audience.
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Yaralla Sports Club 7am – 9am.
Address: Corner of Wood & Bell Streets, Barney Point, South Gladstone Queensland
Sunwater – Rookwood Weir. Presented by Rookwood Weir Project Delivery Manager Eoin Grennan
The site of the Rookwood Weir is located on the Fitzroy River, approximately 66 km south-west of Rockhampton. Infrastructure required include augmentation to and construction of access roads, low level bridges upstream at Riverslea and Foleyvale crossings and installation of culverts at Hanrahan Crossing downstream. The project’s capital cost is estimated to be $352 million (with $29.3 million already expended) with a delivery period of four years. Expressions of Interest have now been opened for submission for major work packages for the $352 million Rookwood Weir project. The first work package – which was released in October includes the construction of the water infrastructure. The contract is set to be awarded in mid-2020.
Rookwood Weir Project Delivery Manager Eoin Grennan has extensive experience in delivering major projects in excess of $350M. He has over 17 years’ experience working in the water industry and recently joined Suneater to deliver the Rookwood Weir Project and has held roles with John Holland and Monadelphous and worked on projects across Australia.
Presented by Dept. of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy – Director of Coal, Coal Assessment Hub, Peter Donaghy.
The Coal Assessment Hub administers all coal mining permits. These include mining leases, mineral development licences, exploration permits and prospecting permits. The Coal Assessment Hub was created is based in Rockhampton and is part of the Queensland Governments effort to work closely with resource companies through approval processes.
Director of Coal, Coal Assessment Hub, Peter Donaghy leads a dedicated team responsible for managing Queensland’s coal permits. He is also responsible for managing the department’s stakeholder engagement with landholders, resource companies, traditional owners and conservation groups interested in coal.
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