Infrastructure

Senex nabs Cardno CFO Yerbury

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Infrastructure consultancy Cardno CFO Graham Yerbury will move to oil firm Senex.

TransGrid price may hit $9 billion

Competitive auction of transmission network could see valuation climb from $6bn to $9bn.

Collusion denied in AusNet votes

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Singapore Power denies collusion with State Grid after blocking AusNet’s asset bid.

Toll road battle looms

Macquarie named as an adviser for BrisConnections sale despite being potential suitor.

Transmission network sale begins

NSW govt set to release information memorandums by Friday night for sale of 99-year lease on $6bn ­network.

DUET bids for Energy Developments

Electricity generator recommends takeover offer valuing company at $1.9 billion.

Macquarie to advise on Brookfield bid

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Brookfield Asset Management taps Macquarie to advise it on a $9bn bid for Asciano.

Networks chart a course through politically charged waters

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Electricity networks have turned to the CSIRO to getter a better grasp of how new technologies and changing customer preferences will alter the demands on the industry.

Macquarie gains fee boost from US arm

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Investment bank to collect a $US136m performance fee from Macquarie Infrastructure.

Can Uber conquer road congestion?

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Planned spend on public transport and other infrastructure could prove overdone if Uber makes good on its promise to reduce congestion.

Sunshine Coast Airport suitor surfaces

North Queensland Airport Group tipped as the most likely buyer of the Sunshine Coast regional airport.

Pipeline may become pipe dream

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Process to find a builder for the NT government’s proposed gas pipeline project may be losing momentum.

Two bidders vie for SA road project

by AAP
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Gateway South joint venture and Lend Lease shortlisted for $620m Adelaide project.

Super funds may share Asciano feast

A handful of superannuation funds may soon be sifting through Asciano’s books.

WA govt under fire over Perth Freight Link

by AAP
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Greens Senator Scott Ludlum says project could be a premier-killer, like Victoria's East West Link.

Why Brookfield's Asciano offer may not be a knock-out

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At first glance, the foreshadowed price for Asciano appears attractive. But a closer look reveals a more complicated and potentially less appealing picture.

Tas NBN contractor slashes jobs

by AAP
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Unions say Visionstream job losses will slow pace of already troubled project.

Why Brookfield swooped on Asciano

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Domestic investors haven't valued Asciano's growth plans, but Canada's Brookfield was quick to recognise the opportunity.

NBN should give info to stakeholders: ACCC

by AAP
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Consumer watchdog recommends new reporting conditions to guard against competitive advantage for Telstra.

Hockey signs up to AIIB

by AAP
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Australia becomes a formal member of the $US100bn Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

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