The Australian Pipeliner is the official magazine of the Australian Pipeline and Gas Association (APGA) and is the essential guide to the Australian pipeline industry.
The magazine subscription includes the magazine hard-copy and PDF email; numerous wall charts, including the highly-valued Major Pipelines of Australia Map; the APGA Directory and much more.
The APGA Directory is published annually and contains contact information for all members of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association.
The directory also features information on the APGA and its secretariat; key details of pipeline regulators and relevant industry associations; and a valuable reference list of all pipeline infrastructure in Australia, including specifications and licence information.
The Australian Pipeline Licences Directory contains key details on all major pipelines in Australia including: name of asset owner, length, diameter, laterals, date constructed and pipeline product. This directory is available for purchase in an excel format from Great Southern Press.
The Major Pipelines of Australia map is published annually and is available for individual purchase or with subscriptions to The Australian Pipeliner.
Key features of this map include: major pipelines (proposed, under construction and completed), select power generation facilities, and all LNG projects and export information. This map is a valuable resource for professionals working in the pipeline, gas and LNG industries.
This map shows all commissioned and under construction pipelines, all proposed and under construction LNG facilities, and major CSG basins and gas-fired power stations in the state of Queensland.
This wallchart showcases the various health, safety and environmental factors that are to be adhered to during pipeline construction. With detailed illustrations and dot-points, the chart will be a great addition to any workplace.
The Pipeline Construction wall chart is an in-depth look at the various stages of pipeline construction. The wall chart was produced with extensive co-operation with one of Australia’s leading pipeline construction companies and is a great resource for professionals operating within the Australian and international pipeline industries.
The main tools used are ‘pigs’. Pigging is vital to ensuring the safety of the community through early detection of deflects. Use of cleaning pigs can also increase throughput, making them an important part of efficient and economic product transportation.
This poster is a schematic representation of a selection of pipeline inspection products that are available, and shows generic depictions of these. It does not show specifice products.
The Pipeline Inspection and Maintenance Wallchart provides an explanation of different methods for protecting oil and gas transmission pipelines against damage.
Ensuring the integrity of pipelines Is not only vital for the safety of the community and the pipeline owner/operator workforce, but is also important for the efficient and economic transportation of oil and gas.
Hydrostatic testing of pipelines: Zen and the art of the squeeze is intended to comprise a comprehensive reference in the field of hydrostatic testing of pipelines, primarily those transporting liquid and gas hydrocarbons, but also the general principles applying to water and other types of pipelines.