Bulk Water pipeline on the way

ACTEW is currently completing the detailed design for the proposed 15-20 km Murrumbidgee to Googong Water Pipeline project, to be located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), which will include the design of a mini hydro-electric generator that will offset power consumption by up to 30 per cent.
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MacDow-Consolidated JV wins APLNG pipeline contract

Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) joint venture partners Origin Energy and ConocoPhillips have awarded the McConnell Dowell and Consolidated Contractors joint venture the contract to build a 450 km gas transmission pipeline for the APLNG Project, to be located in Gladstone, Queensland.
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On solid ground: Mass stabilisation solves soft soil problem

Pipeline projects have long had to deal with the problems of peat, silt and clay. These unstable materials will not support loadings and can produce major slips if they are present over
sloping rock formations. A revolutionary new soil stabilisation technique from Finland may just have the answer.
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Case Study

The Allu soil stabilisation system is making its debut on a new high-speed rail line from the Finnish capital, Helsinki, to Lahti in the north of the country. The line runs across
extensive swamplands which are underwater in places.
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Bredero Shaw in full swing

Having recently completed their role on the Telfer Pipeline, Bredero Shaw has the North Queensland Gas Pipeline well on its way to completion.
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GasNet’s Telfer Pipeline sets benchmark in tackling Australian extremes

GasNet Australia's Telfer Pipeline, which extends from Port Hedland to Newcrest Mining's Telfer Gold and Copper mine, was always going to be a challenge with over 440 km traversing through some of Australia's harshest and most remote environments. Constructing a pipeline through a desert where temperatures on some days exceed 50° C is difficult enough, without then being confronted with the effects of a weather event the likes of which have not been seen for perhaps hundreds of years.
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NQGP another step closer to Townsville

The North Queensland Gas Pipeline (NQGP) Project, which will transport coal seam gas from the Bowen Basin Coalfields to Townsville, is nearing completion with the Compressor Station commencing commissioning and the main gas transmission pipeline installed. Part One of a two-part feature follows, Part Two will appear in the next edition and will cover issues such as the alliance arrangement, engineering, quality, safety, fauna protection and risk.
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NQGP Alliance reaps benefits by making data available to all office and field staff

One of the challenges faced by the NQGP Project was the implementation of a Project Information Management System (PIMS) that would ensure data integrity and traceability of all the Project records. Particular emphasis was placed on spatially accurate records (preferably captured electronically) in a format that would allow excellent information flow to all stakeholders and management.
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WDS Ltd set to inflate on QLD gas

WDS Ltd anticipates that its oil and gas division will expand significantly with the launch of Queensland's LNG industry by virtue of the proposed Queensland coal seam gas (CSG) to LNG projects proceeding.
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Olé! Binningup contracts signed

Work on the Binningup Southern SeaWater desalination plant will begin within three weeks, Western Australian Water Minister Graham Jacobs has said.
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Nacap contract win

Epic Energy has awarded Nacap Australia the pipeline construction contract for the South West Queensland Pipeline (SWQP) Expansion - dubbed QSN3.
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Target cost for Toowoomba Pipeline

LinkWater Projects and the Toowoomba Pipeline alliance partners Clough, Diversified Construction Corporation and Maunsell AECOM have agreed on a target outturn cost to deliver the $A187 million Toowoomba Pipeline Project.
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Sunshine and pipelines: a bright future

Queensland's vast coal seam gas (CSG) reserves are fast establishing the state as an east coast gas hub with exciting development opportunities for the future. This has also spurred the proposal of several LNG projects and research regarding the uses of by-product CSG water.
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Nacap constructs Darling Downs Pipeline

As part of the coal seam gas market's rapid expansion throughout Queensland, Nacap Australia has been awarded the construction of a natural gas pipeline set to run from Wallumbilla to Origin Energy's Darling Downs Power Station.
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Diverse challenges overcome in central Australia

Diversified Construction Corporation brought its considerable expertise and resources together for the completion of the 273 km Jackson to Moomba Oil Pipeline, which serves to link Santos' Jackson Oil Fields to its Moomba processing facility.
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First sod turned at Mortlake

Construction has begun on the new $A640 million, 550 MW gas-fired Mortlake Power Station, with natural gas to be supplied via an 83 km pipeline that is being constructed between Port Campbell and the site.
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