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
call for papers

APGA calls for papers for 2023 convention

The 55th Annual Convention & Exhibition of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) will be held in Perth, Western Australia, from the 14 to the 17 of October 2023 and will cover a range of issues in the theme: Power of the Present, Force of the Future. Read More
The east Australian gas market fundamentally changed around 2015 with the introduction of the Curtis Island LNG facilities.

Gas and energy policy

Russia’s unjust war in Ukraine and unreliable coal-fired power plants both played roles in creating Australia’s 2022 east coast energy crisis. However, one elephant in the room is yet to be held accountable for the role it has played in the crisis.  Read More
PAC East Coast Sales Manager Matt Nash.

Q&A with PAC’s Matt Nash

Pipeline Actuation and Control’s (PAC) Matt Nash shares his experiences in the pipeline industry and how he became involved in the Young Pipeliners Forum and the work the committee is doing.  Read More
Australia hydrogen

Is Australia ready for the next hydrogen phase?

APGA’s 2022 Building Hydrogen Infrastructure Symposium has set the tone for Australia’s renewable energy future, demonstrating that the pipeline and infrastructure industries are ready to take on the infrastructure challenges to come. Read More
Green hydrogen storage in NZ FFI

Pipeline association welcomes changes to gas law

The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) has welcomed the decision by state and federal representatives at the Energy Ministers Meeting (EMM) to amend the national gas and energy laws to include hydrogen and other renewable gases. Read More

APGA convention says goodbye for another year

When we all said farewell in Adelaide in 2019, nobody could have anticipated that it would be three turbulent and unprecedented years before we would come back together to the most exciting event of the year: the APGA Annual Convention and Exhibition. Read More

Q&A with AGIG’s James Smith

Pipeline Operations Group (POG) members share real-world experiences of government regulation, safety and environmental concerns, equipment performance and people issues associated with working in remote locations.  Read More