Aegis designs and manufactures the DataCell/DataScape remote monitoring system to monitor cathodic protection on gas and pipeline assets and networks, allowing asset owners to save time, resources and money.
- DataScape and DataCell: a) an integrated, intrinsically linked system, where Aegis is responsible for the data delivery from the remote site to client, with no exception; b) designed to meet the extreme environments for remote assets and networks
- design for mass deployment and full network coverage, allowing thousands of monitored points to be deployed reliably and cost-effectively.
Aegis is a local Australian business creating intelligent solutions for the Australian industry. Based in Victoria, it innovates, designs and brings to life solutions specifically for Australian needs based on its significant local experience. It creates systems tailored for Australian conditions and culture to deliver systems suited to its clients' people.
Aegis puts the data in your hands for you to make the decisions.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is responsible for operating Australia’s largest gas markets and the Victorian gas transmission system, and power markets and systems. As Australia’s independent energy markets and systems operator, AEMO provides critical planning, forecasting and energy systems information, security advice and services to its stakeholders.
AEMO operates these gas markets:
- Victorian Declared Wholesale Gas Market (DWGM) and the Victorian gas transmission system
- Wholesale gas Short Term Trading Market (STTM) hubs in Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane
- Retail gas markets in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and New South Wales and the Australia Capital Territory
- Wallumbilla and Moomba Gas Supply Hub in Queensland and South Australia, along with Pipeline Capacity Trading and Day Ahead Auctions of pipeline capacity
- Natural Gas Services Bulletin Board
- Western Australia Gas Bulletin Board.
AEMO operates these power systems and markets:
- National Electricity Market (NEM), the interconnected power system in Australia’s eastern and southeastern seaboard
- Wholesale Electricity Market (WEM) and the power system in Western Australia.
AEMO develops the following major reports:
- Gas Statement of Opportunities and the Victorian Gas Planning Report
- Electricity Statement of Opportunities and the Victorian Annual Planning Report
- Integrated System Plan
Since the mid-90s, Fyfe has been closely associated through various services with the expansion of the oil and gas sector in the major basins of Australia.
Fyfe is passionately Australian. It is absolutely committed to employing the best people to deliver high-value Australian projects that build Australian prosperity.
Our 350+ staff are based in 15 offices across major capital cities and regional centres, where we provide employment opportunities, encourage a diverse workforce and supports community initiatives. The company's success has come about due to an unswerving commitment to delivering value through integration. As it approaches its fifth decade, Fyfe acknowledges the vital importance of the lasting partnerships it has developed with its clients. It is these powerful personal and professional relationships, built on a foundation of trust, that assures its sustainability and contributes to its clients' success.
Fyfe knows trust is earned, not given. It never takes that for granted.
GPA Engineering (GPA) is a highly experienced engineering consultancy providing EPCM services to Australia’s oil and gas industry since 1987, with offices in Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin and Melbourne. GPA thrives in solving complex engineering problems and providing value to its clients within process, mechanical, civil/structural, electrical, instrumentation, SCADA, controls and risk engineering fields.
The company delivers single disciplinary projects through to large multidisciplinary developments for greenfields or brownfield operations, from conceptual/feasibility stages through to detailed design, construction, commissioning and operations support.
GPA provides services across the full range of oil and gas projects, from wellhead through gathering, processing, reciprocating and turbine compressor stations, AS 2885 transmission pipelines in steel and spoolable composite, gas and fuel storage projects, AS 4645 distribution pipelines and stations, and facilities supplying power stations and industrial plants. The company also provides independent third party design/MDR validation services.
GPA proudly supports the industry and refine its knowledge, through active participation on ME 38, AS 2885 subcommittees, YPF and EPCRC/FFCRC research projects.
Momentum Engineering is an independent, Australian owned and operated company that is quality assured and provides safe, efficient and fit-for-purpose engineering consulting and project management services to the energy and resource sector.
Momentum has a proven track record in the pipeline industry, with projects across Australia, including pipelines and laterals; offtake, metering, conditioning and delivery facilities; gas compression and liquid pumping stations; gas storage developments; and gas and liquid production, treatment and export plants.
Momentum provides a range of engineering, procurement, construction and management services to the industry, including concept studies and front-end engineering and design, detailed engineering and design, procurement and construction management, and commissioning and close-out support activities.
Momentum is committed to providing practical solutions to its clients without compromising safety and quality. Momentum is a proud supporter of APGA through the sponsorship of events, involvement in the YPF Committee and APGA Research and Standards Committee membership.
Service Stream plays a vital role to keep communities connected to essential network services across Australia, providing integrated end-to-end asset life-cycle services to utility, telecommunications and transport asset owners, operators and regulators.
The company specialises in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of assets across these networks. ServiceStream is technology-agnostic to the various types of networks, delivering a range of services across power, gas, water and renewable energy utilities, roads, rail, ITS, and fixed and wireless telecommunication networks.
SPIE Plexal was established in 2002 as a brownfield’s specialist engineering company. Our core capabilities initially centered around instrument, electrical and control systems engineering and commissioning. Since being acquired by SPIE in 2013 we have expanded our capability to include maintenance engineering and instrument / electrical implementation and inspection services.
In addition to our Australian offices in Perth and Brisbane, SPIE have a global presence which can serve local, regional and worldwide needs for our specialist services. We have completed over 1,000 projects and continue to serve our Clients across projects in Australia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Worley has delivered many of Australia’s pipelines, gathering systems and facilities over the last 40 years with a reputation of delivering quality projects on time and on budget.
As one of the world's largest engineering and project delivery providers and the only one with a dedicated pipeline capability, Worley focuses on developing and maintaining skilled people and efficient digital delivery processes to ensure consistent quality on every project.
It has specialists in all aspects of pipeline and pipeline facilities design, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance, integrity management, cathodic protection and decommissioning including capability in environment, regulatory approvals, geotechnical and community relations.
Worley is at the forefront of the digital revolution offering full automation of pipeline and gathering design, construction management and integrity management using the GIS-based OmniSight™ platform reducing cost and schedule. Further customer savings are achieved through extensive use of our Global Integrated Delivery centre in India.
Worley has operations and maintenance responsibilities on two major pipelines in Australia and multiple power assets. Worley works with OneBridge to use machine learning to reduce the cost of dig-ups.
Zinfra provides engineering, construction, operations and maintenance services to the utility infrastructure industry in Australia. It has a depth and breadth of experience and capability in both gas transmission and gas distribution.
Zinfra services include concept and front-end engineering design and early client support, pipeline route selection and stakeholder engagement, project management services, design and construction of gas transmission and distribution networks, SCADA design and installation, compressor stations installation, metering and pressure regulation, corrosion protection design and installation, asset relocation, operations and maintenance; civil services that include major excavations, trench protection and shoring, concrete structure construction; 24/7 emergency response, equipment testing and commissioning, hot tapping expertise, welding procedures to AS 2885 and easement approvals.
The Zinfra team has worked on the operation of more than 2,000 km of gas transmission pipelines, as well as distribution systems totalling 30,000 km of gas mains – servicing around 1.9 million customer connections.
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