Household decarbonisation’s role in the energy transition

Electrification and renewable gas advocates often hold opposing views on gas use decarbonisation in the home.
The Australian Pipeliner sat down with Jordan McCollum, National Policy Manager, APGA, to discuss a new study showing that this difference in opinion may come down to a simple difference in how household decarbonisation costs are calculated. Read More
The new APGA Board elected at this year's convention.

Meet this year’s board

As tradition goes, the annual general meeting at the APGA Convention and Exhibition was held on the last day, with members voting for who they want to lead the industry. Read More
CRC Evans

CRC Evans takes unique approach to hydrogen service weld design

The development and qualification of welding procedures for hydrogen service presents a number of technical challenges, which need to be explored as pipelines are increasingly used as a method to transport hydrogen. At the 2023 APGA Convention, Dr Robin Gordon discussed these challenges on behalf of CRC Evans.
Read More
Pipe Tek

Pipeline integrity simplified on show at APGA Exhibition

Have you ever seen the results of an intelligent pipeline pig that can collect five different data sets in the one pass? APGA Convention and Exhibition Major Sponsor Pipe Tek will be demonstrating how you can simplify your pipeline integrity and maintenance at booth #56 and #57 during the event, aiming to save you time and money.
Read More
Emissions reduction

Emissions reduction process needs to change

By Jordan McCollum, National Policy Manager, APGA. The months since the Federal Election has seen the pace of legislative change around energy and emissions policy ramp to record pace. But key shortcomings in ongoing reforms mean energy users ultimately have few decarbonisation pathways beyond electrification or a radical change in their business model. 
Read More

APGA awards nominations open

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) is now accepting nominations for its annual awards, which recognises individuals and companies who have made significant contributions to the pipeline industry in Australia.
Read More
WPF's Carina Nixon and Margaret Gayen with APGA President Donna McDowall.

Reflections on a year of gender equality action

By Margaret Gayen, APGA Women’s Pipeline Forum Advocacy Committee. About 18 months ago, I had a conversation with some colleagues who were struggling to acknowledge gender inequality. It left me frustrated – at myself, because I didn’t have the words to explain it – and also at society, because we have learned to believe only what we experience for ourselves.
Read More
Hydrogen pipeline.

Extend your pipeline knowledge with APGA

Every year the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) holds upward of 25 events designed to connect members and non-members in the pipeline community. Its two upcoming webinars will address how to repurpose pipeline systems for hydrogen as well as the difference between pipelines and powerlines. Read More
emissions reduction plan

APGA welcomes certainty of Safeguard Mechanism

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) has welcomed the certainty of the reformed Safeguard Mechanism which will help Australia reach its emission reduction targets faster. However, questions remain over whether the new restrictions on gas supply will increase costs for households and businesses. Read More