Global engineering, project delivery and operations management group, DRA Global (“DRA”) has been awarded (through its 100% owned subsidiary DRA Pacific Pty Ltd) the Concept and Feasibility Studies for the Vulcan Mine Complex in Queensland’s Bowen Basin for emerging development company, Vitrinite Pty Ltd.
DRA’s scope covers the coal handling preparation plant (CHPP) design and completion of associated initiatives to rapidly advance the project towards an investment decision.
Commenting on the announcement, Nick Williams, Founder and Managing Director of Vitrinite said, “After carefully considering a number of credentialled parties, we elected to partner with DRA given their flexibility, global coal track record and furthermore strong local coal expertise”.
Greg McRostie, Executive Vice President – APAC, shared DRA’s enthusiasm to be partnering with Vitrinite, “We are excited to be working with Vitrinite and look forward to advancing the Vulcan Studies leveraging our global track record on more than 400 coal studies and projects”.
DRA Global is a diversified global engineering, project delivery and operations management group headquartered in Perth, Australia, with an impressive track record spanning more than three decades. Known for its collaborative approach and extensive experience in project development and delivery, as well as turnkey operations and maintenance services, DRA Global delivers optimal solutions that are tailored to meet clients’ needs.
With expertise in the areas of project development, mining, mineral processing, plant optimisation, operational readiness, systems integration, operations and maintenance and related water, energy, industrial and infrastructure requirements, DRA Global delivers truly comprehensive solutions to the resources sector. DRA Global employs over 4500 people and offers flexible engineering and operations management services worldwide through 18 offices.
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