KEPCO’s procurement teams are currently working to define the supply chain requirements of the Bylong Coal Project (the Project). As these become known, they will be advertised through existing local networks and chambers of commerce, as well as on the Industry Capability Network (ICN) website and with other relevant organisations. The Project will require employees from a range of professions such as engineers, safety managers, environmental professionals, heavy machinery operators, skilled underground mine workers and maintenance personnel.
KEPCO is focused on achieving an efficient supply chain while maximising economic growth of the region by affording local businesses the opportunity to grow and build their capacity to service the Project. KEPCO has a Local Content Policy and Indigenous Participation Policy, and is preparing a Local Content Strategy and Indigenous Participation Plan to facilitate the engagement of local and Indigenous employees and suppliers.
KEPCO is looking to provide full, fair and reasonable opportunity to Australian industry for the supply of equipment and services to its Bylong Coal Project. To support its involvement with Australian industry, KEPCO has developed an Australian Industry Participation Plan (AIP Plan) for the purposes of fulfilling its requirements under both the Australian Jobs Act 2013 and the Enhanced Project By-law Scheme (EPBS). Through the implementation of this AIP Plan, KEPCO will support Australian industry participation in its Project.
To identify whether you are able to supply goods and / or services for the Bylong Coal Project, or to register an interest to supply, please visit our Project page on the ICN Gateway.
More information on the ICN Gateway and how to register your interest is provided in our Supplying the Bylong Coal Project fact sheet.