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APA to develop new Goldfields pipeline

Tue, 22 July 2014 APA Group is set to develop a new 292 km gas transmission pipeline to supply mining operations in the eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia, for an estimated cost of $A140 million.

Welding guide released for the industry

Tue, 22 July 2014 The Australian Pipeliner has released A guide to welding in the Australian pipeline industry, a comprehensive e-guide to partner the welding practices in the Australian pipeline industry.

Solid progress continues on APLNG Project

Wed, 16 July 2014 The Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) Project has made significant progress in recent weeks, with a number of key milestones achieved.

Bechtel finishes installation of GLNG Train 1 modules

Wed, 16 July 2014 Bechtel has successfully delivered and installed all modules for the first of two LNG trains at the GLNG Project on Curtis Island, Queensland.

LDD working on Drive Drill Drive pile installation in Western Australia

Wed, 16 July 2014 LDD has been contracted by McConnell Dowell to supply specialist pile-top drilling equipment and personnel for the installation of 1,050–1,200 mm diameter piles at the new Roy Hill iron ore export facility in Port Hedland, Western Australia (WA).

Expression of interest: Pipeline installation

Wed, 16 July 2014 Woodside is requesting expressions of interest for pipeline installation on the company’s Greater Western Flank Development Phase 2, as part of the North West Shelf Project.

Drilling suspension remains in place for Metagasco’s Rosella well

Wed, 2 July 2014 The New South Wales Office of Coal Seam Gas (OCSG) has upheld its suspension of Metgasco’s licence to drill the Rosella well in northern New South Wales.

Bonaparte JV to review alternative development

Wed, 2 July 2014 Santos (40 per cent) and GDF SUEZ (60 per cent and operator) announced that the Bonaparte LNG project will consider other potential development options in addition to the floating LNG concept to develop the Petrel, Tern and Frigate natural gas fields, located 250 km offshore west of Darwin.

Ichthys Project reaches halfway mark

Wed, 2 July 2014 Construction on the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project is now 50 per cent complete, marking a significant milestone for the mega-project.

Registrations now open for AGIT’s annual Gas Speak Colloquium

Wed, 2 July 2014 The Australian Gas Industry Trust (AGIT) will be conducting the Gas Speak Colloquium for 2014 at The National Portrait Gallery, Canberra from Monday, 1 September to Wednesday, 3 September 2014.

GLNG jetty 95% complete, hydrostatic testing to commence

Wed, 2 July 2014 The GLNG Project remains on schedule for first LNG in 2015, with over 95 per cent of the jetty now complete and preparations currently underway for hydrostatic testing of the first LNG tank.

Bonaparte JV abandons FLNG plans, looking at possible pipeline

Tue, 24 June 2014 Santos and GDF SUEZ have abandoned their plans to develop the Bonaparte LNG Project, 250 km off the coast of Darwin, Northern Territory, in the Timor Sea, and have listed a pipeline to Darwin as a possible concept.

Vacuworx launches HDD Pipe Handling System

Wed, 18 June 2014 Vacuworx, a leading manufacturer of innovative vacuum lifting technology and heavy-duty material handling equipment, has launched a lightweight pipe handling system to lift and position drill stem in horizontal and directional drilling operations.

APIA CE helping to raise awareness of homelessness

Wed, 18 June 2014 The head of Australia’s leading gas pipeline association, Cheryl Cartwright, is putting her sleeping bag to good use to raise much needed funds for homeless Australians.

Bechtel installs final GLNG Train 1 module

Wed, 18 June 2014 Bechtel Gladstone has installed the final Train 1 module on the Santos GLNG Project on Curtis Island.

WorleyParsons secures major QCLNG contract

Wed, 18 June 2014 QGC has awarded WorleyParsons an engineering and project services provider contract in support of the ongoing expansion of the company’s Queensland Curtis LNG Project.

Gas delays continue in Victoria

Wed, 4 June 2014 The Victorian Government has continued to put on hold work plan approvals for onshore gas exploration in the state, citing the need for more information including evidence from a water study, community views and industry impacts.

VIDEO: McConnell Dowell and CCC JV on APLNG EPC pipelines

Wed, 4 June 2014 Progressive reinstatement, commissioning and safe transition to operations are all that remain on the Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) Project’s pipeline work.

EPCRC wins innovation award

Wed, 4 June 2014 The Energy Pipelines Cooperative Research Centre has been awarded an Excellence in Innovation Award by the Cooperative Research Centres Association for its research into fracture control of gas pipelines.

Co-operation key to energy opportunities:  industry roundtable

Wed, 4 June 2014 A roundtable on unconventional oil and gas has highlighted the massive opportunities that exist in Australia if regulatory, social and environmental issues can be resolved.

ISO working group to develop field pressure testing

Wed, 4 June 2014 The ISO organisation has accepted a “new work proposal” and formed a working group to develop a new ISO standard for the field pressure testing of high pressure gas and liquid petroleum pipelines.

VIDEO: Qube Energy manages arrival and delivery of pipe for VNIE Project

Tue, 3 June 2014 Qube Energy was contracted by Bao Australia for the project management of Tranche 1 and 2 of the Victorian Northern Interconnection Expansion Pipeline Project, which included stevedoring at its South Wharf facility in the Port of Melbourne, stockpile management and transporting the pipe to the lay down areas at Wallan and Seymour.

2014 APIA Annual Convention and Exhibition registration open

Wed, 28 May 2014 Registration for the 2014 Australian Pipeline Industry Association (APIA) Convention and Exhibition is now open, with the event to be held in Melbourne for the first time since 1971.

Clough AMEC JV secures Daandine Expansion Project contract

Wed, 21 May 2014 The Clough AMEC joint venture has been awarded a $20 million engineering, procurement and construction management contract for Arrow Energy’s Daandine Expansion Project in south-east Queensland.

Your SEO questions answered

Wed, 21 May 2014 Wondering what Search Engine Optimisation is all about and how it can help your business? The Australian Pipeliner has released The Pipeline Industry’s Ultimate Guide to Search Engine Optimisation to help you grow your online presence.


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