The key to improving operational effectiveness in any mining operation is a pipeline monitoring strategy that includes leak detection, maintenance and operations management and prioritises a data-driven approach made up of historical, real-time and forecast data. The Australian Pipeliner sat down with Atmos International’s Kaidy Kho to discuss why Atmos is a leader in mining solutions. Read More
How kwik-ZIP’s 23 years of innovation and growth has led the company to where it is today. Read More
The Australian Pipeliner sat down with Zinfra’s Acting General Manager of Projects and Infrastructure Justin Anderson about his role and his team’s work within the pipeline industry. Read More
One of Australia’s premier induction bend manufacturers, Inductabend, specialises in high integrity heat induction bending of pipe and other sections for gas pipelines, mining, and construction. Read More
In this column, Future Fuels Cooperative Research Centre Chief Executive Officer David Norman explains how there is huge potential for real support for future fuels. He’s also adamant: public support will be vital as future fuels develop. Read More
Santos has signed an agreement with APA Group to collaborate on the potential development of CO2 infrastructure throughout eastern Australia, which will include an assessment of CCS pipeline transport routes from key emission sources. Read More
The funding, secured by APA Group and Wesfarmers Chemicals, Energy and Fertilisers (WesCEF), will be provided through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)’s Advancing Renewables Program. Read More
The Australian Pipeliner spoke with Atmos International Senior Simulation Consultant John Anderton about Atmos SIM and how it helps pipeline operators in their decarbonisation efforts. Read More
Seqwater has opened the Expression of Interest (EOI) process for a head construction contractor to deliver the $300 million Toowoomba to Warwick Pipeline project. Read More
The decision to sell ROSEN to Partners Group and reinvest into the company is part of a forward-looking succession plan by founder Hermann Rosen in the interest of all stakeholders. Read More
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.
Australian Gas Networks (AGN), part of Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG), just completed two decades of upgrades to its infrastructure, which means the city’s gas mains are hydrogen-ready. Read More
Pipeline owner Seqwater is set to open the Expression of Interest (EOI) process for a head construction contractor to deliver the $300 million Toowoomba to Warwick Pipeline project. Read More
The pipeline construction has commenced at the Yarwun site. It is set to deliver long term water security to Gladstone residents and industry, while supporting emerging industries like hydrogen. Read More
The Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) has reached a financial close on its Hydrogen Park Murray Valley development.
Stage one of the Dunkirk Road wastewater upgrade is progressing well with four storage tanks now underground and the gravity main over halfway complete.
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
Pipeline Plant Hire’s Gerard O’Brien and business partner Global Pipeline Equipment’s Mat Dridan tells The Australian Pipeliner how the company’s VacLift equipment has been utilised by operators across Australian pipeline construction projects for the last 20 years.
kwik-ZIP’s innovative HDXT-43 spacers have been used by UK-based infrastructure services and engineering company Amey to facilitate the slip-lining of a four-pipe bundle for the M42 Junction 6 Diversion Project near Birmingham Airport, England.
Australia’s east coast has found itself in the midst of an energy crisis. With soaring energy prices putting increasing pressure on households, businesses and manufacturers, governments are increasingly looking to projects that can ease the pressure for residents and achieve greater energy security into the future. Read More
Ground has been broken on TAFE Queensland Bohle campus’ new Hydrogen and Renewable Energy Training Facility and Advanced Manufacturing Skills Lab. Read More
Pipeline technology specialist STATS Group has been contracted to provide specialist services to one of the world’s largest diameter subsea pipeline intervention projects. Read More
Construction is progressing rapidly on South West Pipeline (SWP) after 24 km of pipeline was installed on the project. Read More