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Oakajee Port and Rail (OPR) says it remains on track to deliver a detailed feasibility study to the Western Australian Government by March next year.
The company has stepped up work on the study since the State Government signed an agreement with the Japanese backed consortium to design and build the multi-billion dollar port and rail project.
OPR's Richard Jupp says in recent months, the company has achieved many key milestones in the detailed study, including signing confidentiality agreements with key mine customers.
"That document will be finished in March 2010, together with a negotiation of the implementation agreement with the State Government and we've committed to get both of those to the State Government by the 31st of March, 2010," he said.
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