GHD staff want company out of coal expansions

1 November 2019 A survey of engineering firm GHD employees shows that three out of five staff members want the company to end its work on coal expansions such as the Adani Carmichael project. The survey, which has been distributed over a number of months via LinkedIn and leafletting outside … Read More

Worley rules out Adani, but fossil fuels still on the agenda

21 October 2019 After years of pressure, Worley has finally confirmed it “has no intention” of working on the Adani Carmichael coal mine project. Engineering firm Worley was previously engaged to provide the design and construction of Adani’s original railway plan to haul coal from the Carmichael mine to the … Read More

Adani’s engineers GHD stay silent on coal mine work

15 July 2019 The engineering consultancy managing the design of Adani’s Carmichael coal mine is refusing to comment publicly or meet with #StopAdani alliance groups, as protests grow over its involvement in the disastrous project. Australia-based multinational GHD has a history of working with Adani on Carmichael. It developed the … Read More

Adani still vulnerable on insurance for its Carmichael mine and railway

Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching

28 June 2019 Like the stampede that saw almost 40 major banks turn their backs on Adani’s Carmichael coal mine and rail project (eventually forcing Adani to pledge it will “self-fund”), major insurance companies are now also refusing to insure this climate-wrecking project. All major projects require underwriting insurance, for … Read More

Aurecon attempts to spin its way off the Adani List

18 March 2019 Aurecon, a major consultancy working for Adani’s Abbot Point coal port, is taking Orwellian corporate spin to a new level by telling university students and its own staff it is not working on the disastrous Adani Carmichael project. It justifies this line by conveniently re-defining the project … Read More

Adani accused of not paying contractors

17 September 2018 The Australian Financial Review reports today that two companies, AECOM and Jangga Operations, are claiming they are owed money by Adani for work the companies did on the Carmichael coal project. Engineering and design group Aecom is trying to recover almost $17 million it alleges it is … Read More