Infrastructure

$1bn pipeline linked to failed director

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A company short-listed to deliver one of the nation’s biggest infrastructure projects is linked to a failed director.

Greece to cut Port Piraeus stake sale

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Reduced 51 per cent stake to be offered to short-listed bidders in long-awaited sale.

A week of mixed blessings for the power sector

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The Qld government has foolishly deferred electricity retail deregulation, while the AER's network determinations are a win or loss depending on where one is standing.

A resurgent Victoria will make life tough for Abbott

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Abbott had pinned his re-election hopes on the likelihood that Victoria would be an economic basket case, but Daniel Andrews' Western Distributor project changes the game.

Pricing hiccup for NSW energy selldown

Advisers on the NSW poles and wires selldown have been forced to rework their forecasts.

Vic govt pledges $1.3bn for Tullamarine freeway

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Project to expand freeway and CityLink tollway to six lanes.

One belt, one road, one winner

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Chinese firms are expecting a bonanza from Beijing's regional development projects.

Utah port sale unclear

Atlas Iron’s challenges raise questions over WA govt's plan ­to sell port assets.

Metro Rail gets $1.5bn in Vic budget

by AAP
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Funds set aside for planning, design and land acquisition for metropolitan rail project.

Sparks fly from the Senate electricity report

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The Senate inquiry's draft report into the regulation of Australia's electricity network is generating a lot of heated debate.

Leighton changes name, reaffirms guidance

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Contractor improves profit margin during March quarter, eyes up to $520m FY NPAT.

Coal's coffin is still deep in storage

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AGL's commitment to not extend the life of any of its existing coal-fired plants means very little in the global coal-consumption context.

Pacific Hydro too hot for IFM to handle

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Super fund investor Industry Funds Management has a big appetite for infrastructure assets, but the growing risk profile of renewable energy developer Pacific Hydro appears to have left a bitter taste it couldn’t palate.

Origin consortium bond raising in pipeline

Origin Energy-backed consortium may be cooling on decision to sell the APLNG pipeline.

East-West talks over before Vic budget

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Treasurer expects negotiations over dumped contract will come to a 'rapid conclusion'.

Transurban drives revenues higher

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Strong traffic growth, acquisitions boost toll road operator's third quarter revenues.

Govt slams ACCC on airline tie-up

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Dept of Infrastructure says regulator's assessment "too narrowly-focused".

The AIIB is just what Asia needs

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The China-led AIIB will help ease the looming liquidity drought in infrastructure financing.

China-led bank should focus on Asia: Hockey

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Treasurer says Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank should limit region of activity.

Leighton wins $160m WA contract

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Infrastructure group to gain revenue boost from designing and constructing Perth freeway.

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