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DID YOU KNOW..? #49 The Karratha region has been occupied by its traditional owners for more than 30,000 years. In 1818, Captain Phillip Parker King first arrived in the Dampier Archipelago - fast forward to 1971 and the Shire of Roebourne was born. Planning for the construction of Karratha began in 1968, coinciding with the transformational event in Australia’s history – the beginning of the iron ore industry, followed closely by the petroleum and LNG operations. Engenium is proud to be a small part of this history through the establishment of our Karratha office. This satellite office is an important part of our business as it helps us provide a more personable approach to working with our valuable Pilbara based clients. To this end, we invite you to contact Jamie Armstrong, Manager of our Karratha Office, or drop in for a chat to discuss your specific requirements. CONTACT our Karratha office https://lnkd.in/fwC9Vx9 SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/faH2XGG to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #DidYouKnow #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #ironore

ENGENIUM ASSIST GREENBATCH WITH PLASTIC REPROCESSING INITIATIVE Engenium’s Director David Sourbutts is currently working with Darren Lomman, Founder of Greenbatch, to set up Western Australia’s first ever plastic reprocessing plant. Why do we need this? You might be surprised to learn that our plastic currently gets shipped overseas. At first it got shipped to China, now it’s Malaysia. But the ban of importing plastic in China and the threat of Malaysia following suit has meant that exporting plastic is not going to continue to be a viable option. Find out how Darren came up with the idea of a plastic reprocessing plant in Western Australia, how Engenium became involved and what the plans are for the initiative moving forward. READ the full article here https://lnkd.in/fzVxDJs SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #Engineering #ProjectDelivery #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #WaronPlasticPollution #Recycling #PlasticRecycling #PlasticPollution #PlasticReprocessing

DID YOU KNOW…? #48 According to the World Gold Council’s latest gold demand trends global demand grew to 1,053.3 tonnes in Q1, up 7% year on year. This compares to a relatively weak Q1 2018 when demand sank to a three year low of just 984.2 tonnes. In addition, total bar and coin investment weakened a fraction to 257.8t due to a fall in demand for gold bars. The volume of gold used in technology dipped to a two year low of 79.3 tonnes, hit by slower economic growth. Within the gold industry our Process Engineers have gained experience in projects which utilise gravity, cyanide leaching, froth flotation, oxidative pressure or atmospheric leaching, bacterial oxidation, roasting or a combination of processing routes to recover gold from free milling ores, complex ores or refractory gold ore bodies. For more information please download our Gold factsheet https://lnkd.in/f_g7JrP SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure #Gold

NEW STAFF APPOINTMENTS FOR MAY Feel free to get in touch with any of our new starters on LinkedIn if you require some assistance, or would like to chat about your project requirements. Benjamin Indrawan, Samantha Jenkins, Chien Liang (Stuart) Lim, Amos Lin, Kassandra Mcphee, Anthony Nguyen MIEAust CPEng NER To find out more about our people visit our website https://lnkd.in/fUwXwtg #projectdelivery #engineering #projectmanagement #engenium #mining #resources #industrialinfrastructure

NEW STAFF APPOINTMENTS FOR MAY Feel free to get in touch with any of our new starters on LinkedIn if you require some assistance, or would like to chat about your project requirements. Benjamin Indrawan, Samantha Jenkins, Chien Liang (Stuart) Lim, Amos Lin, Kassandra Mcphee, Anthony Nguyen MIEAust CPEng NER To find out more about our people visit our website https://lnkd.in/fUwXwtg SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://tinyurl.com/ycpxufh8 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #projectdelivery #engineering #projectmanagement #engenium #mining #resources #industrialinfrastructure

This week's Iron Ore Update by Paul Young. #ironore #pilbara #mining #miningengineering #miningindustry

ENGINEERS AUSTRALIA CENTENARY DINNER SPONSORED BY ENGENIUM Thursday 23rd May was the day the Newcastle Chapter of Engineers Australia celebrated 100 years of the organisations service to the engineering industry, with a special dinner that was sponsored by Engenium. The dinner included guest speaker Darren Lomman, Founder of Greenbatch, who Engenium is currently assisting to build Western Australia’s first plastic reprocessing plant, which Darren is hoping to eventually roll out across the rest of Australia too. The event was enjoyed by some of the team from our Newcastle office, along with a couple of our valued clients. From left to right: Oliver Couch,Yusuf Kus, Vince Sunter, Heath Baker, Rhys Fulwood, Peter Wells, Leon Fabrikanov, Alan Willgoose, Michael O'Sullivan, Peter Panozzo. SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure

DID YOU KNOW…? - #40 Liberian-American-Swedish Mining Company (LAMCO) was the first company to establish a large-scale mining operation in Liberia. However, operations were disrupted and eventually halted due to the First Liberian Civil War when ships were no longer willing to pick up ore at the Port of Buchanan. Today the former LAMCO mining operation is being reactivated by ArcelorMittal. The steel giant is currently helping to rehabilitate the once prosperous mining town. Engenium has recently assisted ArcelorMittal with the detailed design and geotechnical construction support for a new 13 km mining haul road near Yekepa. DOWNLOAD our project case study on the Gangra Haul Road to find out more https://lnkd.in/fm4tZwp SUBSCRIBE to Engenium Insight http://eepurl.com/dxjr1H to receive regular content straight to your inbox. FOLLOW US on LinkedIn https://lnkd.in/fjpF2q7 to keep up to date on all the Engenium gossip. #DidYouKnow #ProjectDelivery #Engineering #ProjectManagement #Engenium #Mining #Resources #IndustrialInfrastructure

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