Pipe Tek and Pensar collaborate on vital Unitywater project

Pensar, a leading water infrastructure contractor, is spearheading a joint venture tasked with building Unitywater’s Wamuran Irrigation Scheme, a project that will provide recycled water to farmers year-round while sustainably managing wastewater from the Caboolture South Treatment Plant. To ensure the project’s 10 km of pipeline was constructed to the highest standards, Pensar engaged Pipe Tek to complete pigging and testing of the alignment before it becomes operational next year. Read More
kwik-ZIP - Phil Micallef

kwik-ZIP appoints new BDM

kwik-ZIP has announced Phil Micallef has joined the team as a Business Development Manager. Micallef brings with him 14 years of experience and skills in geosynthetics in the construction and civil sectors, benefitting his ability to succeed in his new role at the company. Read More
kwik-ZIP’s innovative HDXT series on DN710.

kwik-ZIP spacers help with corrosion management

Corrosion accelerates degradation and reduces the life of pipeline infrastructure, costing the industry millions of dollars in rehabilitation, rebuilding, and down time. kwik-ZIP knows the importance of having a corrosion management system in place and spacers are a readily available solution component available to help and reduce costs. Read More
Vermeer's next generation D550 horizontal directional drill.

Delivering enhanced mobility and productivity in a progressing world

When it comes to executing pipeline installation jobs, there’s no time to think about anything but the task at hand. Every second counts – something Vermeer understands, with its next generation D550 horizontal directional drill (HDD) and R600T reclaimer built to deliver mobility, productivity, efficiency and optimal performance.  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