Steve Jones, Pacific Marine Group

December 2013
Ausmarine;Dec2013, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
The article features the views of Pacific Marine Group (PMG) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Steve Jones about the expansion experienced in the past five years by PMG's sector of predominantly onshore/coastal marine construction around liquid natural gas (LNG) and coal in Australia. Jones also cites the sector's expected slowdown and the importance of Queensland's next potential large-scale project. He also comments on the regulatory regime of Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA).


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