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Ryan Perez - 2014 APIA Young Achievement Award

Thu, 23 October 2014 Ryan Perez from Leighton Contractors has today been announced as the winner of this year’s APIA Young Achievement Award is Ryan Perez from Leighton Contractors

2014 APIA Environment Award to CNC Project Management

Thu, 23 October 2014 CNC Project Management has taken out the annual APIA PIA Environment Award.

Honorary Life Membership of APIA announced

Thu, 23 October 2014 The Board of the Australian Pipeline Industry Association announced today that it had voted unanimously to award Honorary Life Membership of APIA to Mr Phil Venton.

Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Australian pipeline industry

Thu, 23 October 2014 Mr Stephen Ohl was today announced as the winner of the 2014 APIA award for Outstanding Contribution to the Australian Pipeline.

Fyfe takes out annual APIA Safety Award

Thu, 23 October 2014 The annual APIA Safety Award has been taken out by Fyfe Pty Ltd.

Urgent policy changes needed on Aus. gas supplies: APIA

Mon, 20 October 2014 Urgent policy changes are needed by Federal and State governments in order to properly develop long-term gas supplies across Australia, according to the nation’s gas transmission industry.

Cottee: Federal Government should fund NT to eastern Australia pipeline

Wed, 8 October 2014 Central Petroleum Executive Richard Cottee has proposed that the Federal government should underwrite a gas pipeline from the Northern Territory into eastern Australia, to achieve goals outlined in its newly published Energy Green Paper.

APIA seeks policy manager

Wed, 8 October 2014 The Australian Pipeline Industry Association (APIA) is seeking a policy manager to research, analyse and evaluate information on policies and issues related to the natural gas and pipeline transmission industries.

Bowen to Gladstone Pipeline well advanced: Blue Energy

Wed, 8 October 2014 Blue Energy has released its annual shareholder report, stating that work on the front-end engineering and design phase of its planned Bowen Basin to Gladstone Pipeline is “well advanced".

Technology and experience team up: how to save time and money while enhancing environmental outcome

Wed, 8 October 2014 Advances in technology and lessons learnt from years of pipeline construction can deliver savings in cost and time for pipeline projects while achieving excellent environmental outcomes and ensuring regulatory compliance.

Laying the offshore Ichthys subsea pipeline

Mon, 6 October 2014 Contracted by Ichthys LNG Project operator INPEX, in 2012 Saipem was awarded the contract to lay 882 km of vital subsea pipeline from the Ichthys Field in the Browse Basin to Blaydin Point, Darwin Harbour. Installation commenced in late June and work is ongoing.

2014 APIA Convention returns to Melbourne after 43 years

Mon, 6 October 2014 As the flagship event on the APIA calendar, the 2014 APIA Convention and Exhibition promises to be a memorable one, with the event returning to Melbourne after 43 years.

McDermott develops world’s largest specialty valves for Ichthys Project

Mon, 6 October 2014 McDermott has developed the world’s biggest specialty valves for the 889 km subsea pipeline assocated with the INPEX-operated Ichthys Project, offshore Western Australia.

Neptune awarded further Ichthys contracts

Wed, 24 September 2014 Neptune Marine Services' Subsea Stabilisation division has been awarded two sub-contracts by McDermott Australia for the Ichthys LNG Project.

Answer to gas shortage is increase in gas supply – Green Paper

Wed, 24 September 2014 Australia’s gas transmission industry has welcomed the Federal Government’s Energy Green Paper’s emphasis on competition and transparency across all gas markets to answer the eastern States’ gas supply challenge.

Central begins Dingo Pipeline construction

Tue, 23 September 2014 Central Petroleum has commenced construction on its 45 km Dingo Gas Field Pipeline to Brewer Estate in Alice Springs, as part of the company’s Dingo Gas Field Development.

Productivity Commission to examine gas market barriers

Tue, 23 September 2014 The Federal Government’s Productivity Commission has commenced a research paper examining the existing barriers to the development of more efficient gas markets.

Queensland Government announces $A11 million Bundaberg Gas Pipeline

Tue, 23 September 2014 The Queensland Government will invest $A11 million into a new 24.7 km gas pipeline in Bundaberg, increasing business prospects and jobs for the region. According to Premier Campbell Newman up to 100 new full-time jobs and 600 indirect jobs could be created.

The Insider’s Guide to Queensland’s Export Pipeline Industry

Wed, 17 September 2014 A guide to the construction of Queensland’s major LNG export pipelines is available for free download from The Australian Pipeliner shop.

AJ Lucas CEO optimistic about pipeline industry future

Wed, 10 September 2014 AJ Lucas Chief Executive Officer Russell Eggers remains optimistic about pipeline industry construction, citing the expansion of the east coast gas market as pointing to new business in pipeline construction.

`Smurphy’ Pipe and Civil lays pipes for prostate

Wed, 10 September 2014 You’ll find it hard to miss hundreds of Murphy Pipe and Civil crews working across the Queensland Curtis LNG Gathering Project this month – they’ll be bright blue and looking like Smurfs!

Industry appeals for bipartisan approach to energy market reform

Wed, 10 September 2014 Australian energy markets will require substantial reform backed by both major political parties to meet the challenges of the 21st century, the Energy Supply Association of Australia Chief Executive has argued.

Port Bonython fuel terminal development open for tendering

Wed, 10 September 2014 The developer of South Australia’s Port Bonython Fuel Terminal will soon begin the tendering process for the $A110 million project.

Key contractors announced for Rolleston Looping Project

Wed, 10 September 2014 Jemena has awarded a number of key contracts for its Queensland Gas Pipeline Expansion Project Looping – Stage 2 in the Gladstone region.

Murphy Pipe and Civil set company weld record

Wed, 27 August 2014 Murphy Pipe and Civil (MPC) construction crews working on Santos’ Comet Ridge to Wallumbilla Pipeline Loop Project near Roma have set a cracking pace and in the process reset the company’s record book on pipeline welding.

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