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Browse facility planned

KIMBERLEY Technology Solutions has kicked up plans for the development of the Cockatoo Island Multi-User Supply Base, an upgraded airfield, a wharf and a subsea workshop, by seeking environmental approvals to allow the base to support the Browse Basin oil and gas sector.

Hadyn Black
An iron ore tanker docked at Cockatoo Island.

An iron ore tanker docked at Cockatoo Island.

KTS is a joint venture between NorSea Australia, Advantec, Brunel and Kimberley Management Solutions.   Documents have been lodged with the Western Australian and Commonwealth governments seeking environmental...

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