The Supreme Court of the Yukon has granted a final order approving the arrangement between InterOil and ExxonMobil.Continue Reading
Operator of the Papua New Guinea LNG Project, Esso Highlands Limited, has given an exclusive update to The Australian Pipeliner on the extensive offshore and onshore pipe works involved in the project and the challenges posed by the country’s rugged terrain.Continue Reading
Gas Projects this size can take decades to get up. The PNG Gas Project has been on the horizon for more than a decade now, but never before has the potential of the project getting off the ground looked more promising. The Australian Pipeliner recently took a look inside the Brisbane project offices at some of the work being conducted to assist bringing the PNG Gas Project to fruition.Continue Reading
The proposed pipeline from PNG to Queensland is now undergoing Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED), meanwhile preparations are being made for the 1,000 km Trans-Territory Pipeline and the expansion of the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline (DBNGP) in Western Australia.Continue Reading
Customers committing and backing off, political unrest, cost blowouts, boundless optimism – each day seems to bring news of a new development on the proposed PNG-Queensland pipeline. The Australian Pipeliner revisits the history behind trying to get one of the most ambitious pipeline projects in the history of the two nations off the ground.
The last edition of The Australian Pipeliner featured an article looking at the Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) for the PNG section of the pipeline. In this edition, we take a look at the work being conducted by the AGL-Petronas Consortium (APC) as part of FEED work for the Australian phase of the project.
Airlines Papua New Guinea is one of Papua New Guinea’s two major International and Domestic Airlines servicing more than 120 aerodromes, often in remote locations without any alternative means of transport, with over 400 scheduled and charter flights per week.Continue Reading
Spiecapag was responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction and pre-commissioning of the 451 km onshore pipeline system for the PNG LNG Project. Initially the company…Continue Reading
To tackle the systemic issue of corruption, many countries are introducing new or updated foreign anti-corruption laws, improving public sector and beneficial ownership transparency, and…Continue Reading
While ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG Project has undoubtedly dominated the headlines in 2015 having achieved first LNG export in May 2015, there are other game-changing projects…Continue Reading
ExxonMobil PNG and the Government of Papua New Guinea last week reached an agreement which will see 20 MMcf of domestic natural gas delivered daily for 20 years.Continue Reading
Ongoing and completed gas and pipeline projects in Papua New Guinea have the potential to change the country into one of the biggest exporters of gas in Asia. The Australian Pipeliner provides an update on the major project and infrastructure in the country.Continue Reading
In April 2014, ExxonMobil’s pioneering PNG LNG Project started producing LNG from its first train, with the first shipment of LNG leaving Papua New Guinea in May, en-route to Japan.Continue Reading
The remote location of key upstream area facilities and the limited road system in the PNG Highlands provided a logistical challenge for engineers who needed to transport large and delicate equipment for construction of ExxonMobil’s Hides Gas Conditioning Plant (HGCP).Continue Reading