Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) and Perdaman, which is building Australia’s largest fertilizer manufacturing plant on the Burrup Peninsula near Karratha, have signed an agreement worth around $10 million.
Under the Agreement Perdaman will support MAC to develop it’s commercial and cultural initiatives.
Perdaman Chairman, Vikas Rambal said, “We are pleased to have forged a working relationship which will benefit both Perdaman and MAC members.”
He said the Agreement includes, “$1 million to develop the Murujuga Living Knowledge Centre, approximately $10 million over the life of the project to support the Murujuga Future Fund, and $150,000 towards the application for World Heritage Listing of the Burrup Rock Art.”
Murujuga Chief Executive Officer Peter Jeffries said there are common synergies between how both organisations operate.
He said, “We look forward to growing our relationship and in partnership, delivering successful long term initiatives”.
Source: ABC Pilbara