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The Australian federal government has requested a review of the long-term lease of the Port of Darwin to China’s Landbridge Group, in light of critical infra laws passed in 2018.
Yesterday’s announcement marks the first step in a three-month conversation over what will be included in the plan’s final version.
A call for a ‘shockingly innovative’ proposal to develop the state's latest toll road project hints at the future of project delivery.
The former HUD secretary and American Triple I Partners chairman helped put together a survey of local public officials identifying what projects are most needed across the US.
While natural gas assets are being sold as vital pieces of the energy mix, the industry seems unable to specify how long that will be the case.
As the extent of the pandemic became increasingly clear in early 2020, countries around the world restricted international travel and threw up hard borders. A general turn inwards economically accompanied this, with trade disrupted and nations understandably prioritising support for domestic businesses and individuals. In some ways, economic nationalism had already been a dominant theme before […]
Events at the US Capitol last week underscored the president-elect’s mandate to rebuild a fractured America. Investing in infrastructure may be his best bet.
After four years of President Donald Trump, investors find themselves wondering again whether an administration under Joe Biden will bring meaningful infrastructure.
Solar power
The shift in emphasis, part of its First Low Emissions Technology Statement, is ‘surprising and disappointing’ and could hamper private investment.
From looking to coordinate investment between generation and transmission to developing Renewable Energy Zones, the government is tackling energy policy reform from multiple angles.
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