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  • APA agrees to develop methane project

    APA Group has entered into a joint development agreement with Southern Green Gas to develop renewable methane gas.

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  • Mobil completes pipeline and storage projects

    Mobil Oil Australia, a subsidiary of ExxonMobil, has completed the construction of a jet fuel pipeline and two new storage tank in the west of Melbourne.

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  • Rapid progress on SA Water’s Orroroo Water Pipeline

    Progress continues to flow on SA Water’s new 37 km Orroroo Water Pipeline, with the construction crew installing around 750 m pipe each day.

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  • Political shakeup could delay APA deal

    The recent leadership dispute that saw Malcolm Turnbull displaced and Scott Morrison become prime minister is expected to delay the government’s decision regarding the takeover of APA Group by the CK Consortium, according to APA Chief Executive Mick McCormack.

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  • Adviser dismisses Chinese influence on APA bid

    Concerns that a successful takeover of APA Group by CK Group would leave a vast amount of Australia’s gas pipelines under the control of a company submissive to Chinese influence is “patently without grounds”, according to an investment advisory group.

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  • Leon Richards joins APGA board

    McConnell Dowell Director Pipelines Leon Richards has become the newest member of the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) board after being elected in Darwin this week.

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  • APGA: more to energy policy than just price

    The Federal Government’s focus on energy price as the sole driver of new policy risks undermining the value of gas market reforms that will have a range of benefits for gas users, according to Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) CEO Steve Davies.

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  • APGA sees bright future for NT gas

    With new projects on the horizon and continued support from the local government, the gas industry in the Northern Territory has a solid future ahead of it, according to Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) CEO Steve Davies.

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  • ACCC gives green light to APA acquisition

    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will not oppose the acquisition of APA Group by the Hong Kong-based CK Consortium.

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  • APA takeover poses foreign ownership question

    As the CK Consortium seeks an approval from the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) for its $13 billion takeover bid for APA Group, concerns remain regarding the prospect of Chinese-linked ownership of a significant amount of Australia’s gas and electricity assets.

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  • MPC awarded Roma contract

    MPC Kinetic has been awarded the Roma East Backbone Project from Santos, with mainline operations already underway.

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  • APGA ready to work with new minister

    The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) has welcomed the appointment of the new Federal Minister for Energy Angus Taylor, saying it looks forward to working with the new minister to improve policy.

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  • MPC completes backfilling on W2BH

    MPC Kinetic has completed backfilling for the Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline (W2BH) project.

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  • APGA supports hydrogen Roadmap

    The Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA) has welcomed the release of a report from the CSIRO regarding the pathway to developing hydrogen in Australia.

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  • ATCO could add hydrogen to WA gas network

    Canadian company ATCO, owner of more than 14,000 km of distribution pipelines in Western Australia, is undertaking a pilot project to blend hydrogen with natural gas in its existing infrastructure.

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  • NGP pipeline mechanical works complete

    Jemena has completed all pipeline mechanical works on the Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP).

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  • McCormack: challenges won’t stop APA

    In an interview with The Australian Pipeliner, APA Group CEO and Managing Director Mick McCormack says the company will continue to invest and grow its extensive infrastructure portfolio despite a potential takeover on the horizon and an uncertain political and regulatory environment.

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  • APA approves CKI offer

    The bid by a Hong-Kong consortium led by CK Infrastructure (CKI) to acquire APA Group has been accepted by the Australian company.

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  • PM scraps NEG

    On Monday, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull tore up the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) amid party room pressures in an attempt to hold on to his leadership.

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  • Quanta Services Australia acquires Mitchell Water Australia

    Quanta Services has added Mitchell Water to the portfolio of its local business, Quanta Services Australia, after acquiring an equity interest in the company.

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  • Qenos releases online benefit calculator

    Specialty polymers company Qenos has released an online benefit calculator designed to help engineers extract full value from PE100 high stress crack resistance (HSCR) piping.

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  • APPEA: Bight exploration could generate billions in taxes, thousands of jobs

    Oil exploration in the Great Australian Bight could generate over $7 billion in tax revenue and more than 2,000 jobs in South Australia, according to a new study commissioned by the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA).

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  • MPC lays 7.3 km of pipeline in 12 hours

    Construction crews working on the Wentworth to Broken Hill Pipeline have recently set a project record when they laid 7.3 km of pipe in 12 hours.

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  • Galilee shows potential

    The Galilee Basin in Queensland could become a new source of gas for the east coast after coal seam and conventional gas deposits were located in the region.

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  • Oil Search’s Agogo resumes operation

    Oil Search’s Agogo Production Facility in Papua New Guinea has recommenced operation following the completion of repair work.

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  • APPEA sees big future in the Bight

    Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) believes oil and gas production in the Great Australian Bight could be greater than or equivalent to that in the Bass Strait.

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