News Mumbai: Work on constructing the first-ever tunnel in Mumbai for the fully underground Metro 3 line began at the Naya Nagar site in Mahim on Friday, with two more tunnel boring machines (TBMs) lowered to dig towards Dadar. Naya Nagar is one of the seven ‘launching shafts’ from where tunnelling operations will be conducted.… Continue reading Mumbai Metro | MMRC begins tunnelling work for Metro 3 project at Naya Nagar.
News Di Preston Pysh Gazprom is a Russian based global energy company whose integrated operations include exploration, production, transportation, storage, processing and sale of gas and oil. The company is also engaged in the sale of vehicle fuel and the generation and marketing of both heat and electric power. Gazprom is amongst the top four… Continue reading The Intrinsic Value of Gazprom.
News di Ian Royall The fastest way to Sydney is by plane. But this high-tech tube might revolutionise the way we travel between Australia’s biggest cities and get you there faster. Forget the Melbourne-Sydney rivalry: a rapid transport link between the cities could see them become an economic “mega-region” within a decade. Australia’s booming population… Continue reading Hyperloop technology could make Melbourne to Sydney quicker than plane.
News The recently opened Steve Jobs Theater embodies the extraordinary eight-year collaboration between Apple and Foster + Partners at Apple Park. Sir Jonathan Ive, Chief Design Officer at Apple, said: “The Steve Jobs Theater is a place for us to gather. It provides an opportunity for our friends and visitors to experience Apple Park and,… Continue reading Steve Jobs Theatre all’Apple Park
News By Rajiv Ravindran Pillai Qatar government is set to spend around $103bn on major infrastructure projects in preparations for the FIFA 2022 World Cup event, said a report.The government plans to spend more than 47% of the national budget on major infrastructure projects, reported Gulf Times, citing the organisers of Project Qatar construction expo which… Continue reading Qatar to spend $103bn on infrastructure projects.
News By Gavin Bradford The dyke encountered in the Wilson Road Access Shaft has now been intersected in the mainline tunnels heading north. Photo shown is from this morning 1 May 2017. The top heading is almost through the feature. Those with a keen eye will note precautionary fibreglass face nails. If you think Sydney’s… Continue reading Sydney’s NorthConnex Geological Anomolies (continued). By Gavin Bradford
News By Juliet Perry I CNN The mile-long, 118-feet-wide tunnel will pass through the narrowest part of the Stad peninsula in western Norway, allowing freight and passenger ships to bypass the stormy, exposed Stadhavet Sea and avoid a highly treacherous part of the Scandinavian nation’s coastline. “The Kråkenes lighthouse, just south of Stad, is the meteorological… Continue reading Norway to spend $315M on world’s first ship tunnel.
News Di David Reid Airbus has confirmed a mammoth order of 430 jets worth a total $49.5 billion. Veteran airline investor Bill Franke of Indigo Partners inked the deal, comprising of 274 A320neos and 156 A321neos. The European plane maker has also announced a $5.42 billion deal to sell 50 A320neos to China Aircraft Leasing.… Continue reading Airbus confirms $50 billion jet order, one of the biggest aviation deals in history.