Roy Hill has engaged us to prepare a Feasibility Study to increase the capacity of Stanley Point from the current 60-64Mtpa level to 102Mtpa (inloading) and 110Mtpa (outloading and shipping).
Located in Western Australia’s Pilbara Region, Stanley Point 3 is part of the Port of Hedland, the largest bulk commodities port in the world.
As part of this study, the BG&E Resources Energy Innovations team determined the overall energy and power demand for the new infrastructure planned for Berth 3.
Our work will be used to assist Rio Tinto to investigate opportunities for alternative energy solutions that reduce LCOE and supply risk.
The BG&E Resources NetZero in Design approach is integrated throughout the project life cycle to ensure Roy Hill can achieve its targets as efficiently as possible.
In addition to this project, we completed the Port Expansion Feasibility Study for Stanley Point Berth 3 Port Expansion project which incorporated sufficient engineering definition (15%) to support a Class 4 cost estimate for a base case integrated stockyard and a split yard solution.
Engineering design and approvals are now well advanced for the Stanley Point 3 expansion, which will support the rising demand in exports in the coming years for the global energy transition.