Operating out of Manly West, Queensland, TR Welding & Inspection (TRWI) is one of the premier names in its field, boasting a massive amount of industry knowledge and experience that makes it a go-to for major oil and gas operators on Australia’s east coast.
The company performs second and third-party welding and coating inspection and failure analysis on pipelines, skids and meter stations in the oil and gas fields. TRWI also provides insurance failure analysis and witness repairs, as well as fabrication and welding inspection in workshops – from workshop audits to hydrotesting and product packing inspections.
TRWI has worked on an array of major projects in Queensland and New South Wales, including Shell’s QGC upstream gas development. Working closely with QGC’s team over a period of more than two years, TRWI conducted inspections of all the materials arriving onsite and analysed every weld on the pipeline and compressor station.
TRWI inspected and managed the pipelines, pipeline materials and coatings to ensure the project was able to run safely and efficiently. Often, TRWI Founder Trevor Ryland is enlisted by the oil and gas operator to come onsite as an inspector and technical consultant to work with the company’s staff in order to achieve satisfactory operation.
TRWI has performed these duties on a plethora of power stations around Australia’s east, including the $450 million Braemar 2 Power Station project near Dalby in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, where Mr Ryland oversaw all welding inspection works and quality control measures.
The company has additionally worked on similar projects for power stations now operated by companies such as AGL Energy and Arrow Energy across Queensland and NSW, having analysed and inspected infrastructure containing more than 6,000 welds for one job.
TRWI additionally performs third-party inspections for equipment arriving on Australian shores for industry heavyweights such as ConocoPhillips and Worley, including pumps and other fabrications. Major companies like these continually turn to TRWI since it consistently delivers high quality work.
“We are capable of completing inspections on all welding and coating repairs on pipelines and our goal is to be the preferred contractor for this work for pipeline and gas operators,” says Mr Ryland.
“We are focused mainly on existing pipelines rather than new builds. All our inspectors are fully qualified and insured under all industry codes and regulations.”
For more information contact Trevor Ryland on 0408 567 804
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