Diversity of development key to Australasia’s pipeline success

Pipeline infrastructure in Australia has been of vital importance in recent times and is continuing to boom across the country, with increased reliance on natural gas as a major energy source in a greenhouse-conscious future, as well as new developments in water and other varieties of pipeline. In New Zealand, oil and gas projects are moving swiftly ahead, with associated pipeline needs looking to follow suit.
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Cross-border pipelines major focus in Europe

Pipelines bringing energy - primarily gas - into western Europe from Russia and Central Asia have been a major focus for the region in recent times, with several pipelines either planned or under construction. In this context, the Nord Stream and Nabucco projects are two of the foremost, (from Russia to Germany, and from Azerbaijan to Greece, respectively), but there is also the South Stream Russia - Italy gas pipeline planned, as well as various regional lines such as the Pan-European Pipeline from the Black Sea coast of Romania to Italy.
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Timor Sea agreement accelerates offshore development

Since the Australian and East Timorese governments finalised a Petroleum Mining Code (PMC) and a model Production Sharing Contract (PSC), the Joint Petroleum Development Area (JPDA) of the Timor Sea has been a hive of activity, with companies such as Santos, Methanol Australia and Eni strengthening their positions in the region.
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New version of PipeView Integrity software released

GE Oil & Gas' PII Pipeline Solutions division has launched a new version of PipeView Integrity, a software tool designed to help transmission pipeline operators and local distribution companies better assess and manage the integrity of their pipelines.
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Greenlight for Port Bonython diesel facility and pipeline

South Australian Minister for Urban Development and Planning Paul Holloway has approved a development application to construct an $A110 million diesel storage and refinery facility, including a 5.3 km fuel pipeline, to be located at Port Bonython in the Upper Spencer Gulf, South Australia.
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JP One Pipeline: A unique pipeline project

Thailand's new Suvanabhumi ("Golden Land") International Airport is being constructed to become a regional hub for aviation activities for Southeast Asia. Built on 8,000 acres of land, it is just 25 km from downtown Bangkok.
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