Engineering group Murray & Roberts (M&R) says its subsidiary Clough and joint-venture partner Acciona have preferred status for a R2.4bn infrastructure project in Western Australia.

Clough's share is about R1.2bn and M&R says the receipt of preferred proponent status reflects the group's success in diversifying Clough away from a single-cyclical market, that of Australian liquefied natural gas...

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