GAMAA report shows electrifying gas appliances costly

A new report shows the cost for Victorian households to transition their gas appliances to electric appliances could be much more than estimated by the recently released Victorian Gas Substitution Roadmap, said APGA national policy manager Jordan McCollum.
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APGA public safety pipeline guidelines

New guide for public safety in pipelines

Taking professional responsibility is essential to achieving the best public safety outcomes, and that is why the APGA and Future Fuels CRC have devised a new guideline for public safety in the pipeline industry.
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Pipe Tek

Featured APGA member: PIPE TEK

PIPE TEK is a NATA-accredited public testing facility with an unequivocal and unreserved commitment to best laboratory management practice and assured quality testing services to meet the needs of its clients.
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Former APGA President and long-serving APGA Director Mark Dayman

APGA award winners

The 2021 Australian Pipeline and Gas Association (APGA) Annual Awards have been announced as part of this year’s virtual convention and exhibition. 
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YPF takes to the water in Darwin

While the rest of the country might have been shivering away on a cold winter’s day, the Northern Territory Young Pipeliners Forum enjoyed an afternoon on a fishing charter offshore sunny Darwin. Read More

APGA scores a try in Brisbane

APGA’s Brisbane events are always well-attended and the first of 2021 was no exception, as more than 130 attendees made their way to the Jade Buddha for a networking drinks event.
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New report backs gas

Gas has a critical role to play in securing Australia’s energy system during renewables droughts, according to a new report.
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