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Whyalla,

city (1991 pop. 25,526), South Australia state, S Australia, on Spencer Gulf. The city has shipbuilding and iron and steel industries. Iron ore and iron and steel products are exported.

Whyalla

 

a city and port in Australia, on Spencer Gulf of the Indian Ocean, in the state of South Australia. Population, about 33,000 (1972). Whyalla is a center of ferrous metallurgy and shipbuilding. Bridge fortifications, cables, and other articles are produced in the city.

Whyalla

a port in S South Australia, on Spencer Gulf: iron and steel and shipbuilding industries. Pop.: 21 271 (2001)
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Secured a $500,000 grant towards $8 million in engineering and design activities to support their pumped hydro energy storage project at Cultana, north of Whyalla.
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Mr Gupta plans to invest around PS750m in the Whyalla steelworks and mining businesses to modernise key parts of the plant, expand steelmaking capacity, expand the range of steel grades and downstream products produced, and improve energy generation capabilities, including a new co-generation power plant to capture and reuse waste gases, generating on-site captive power.
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Concentrates produced at the Carrapateena site will be transported to the Whyalla concentrate treatment plant for removal of deleterious elements, thereby improving marketability.
The current paper documents parts of the survey of Whyalla organisations not yet included in published accounts.
He found both with the Broken Hill Proprietary Company, a steel and shipbuilding firm, in Whyalla.
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tv, regarding Arafura's Nolans project which comprises operations at two sites within Australia; The Nolans Bore Mine in Northern Territory and Whyalla Rare Earths Complex in South Australia.
He said the expansion would allow the company to "invest heavily" in southern Australia businesses and services, especially in the upper Spencer Gulf regions of Whyalla, Port Pirie and Port Augusta.
There are seven government primary schools in Whyalla offering education from Reception to Year 7 (and a government junior primary school with Reception to Year 2 classes, and a special school) and three non-government primary schools (City of Whyalla, n.
and a lot of those fans are in Whyalla where the local radio station has been supporting the single," he said.