Pipes & Pipelines

APIA FIFO study tackles worker fatigue

AN Australian Pipeline Industry Association (APIA)-commissioned report into Australia’s fly-in fly-out workers servicing pipeline and gas projects has helped form the basis for a set of guidelines to assist the industry group in managing worker’s health and fatigue. The ground-breaking

APA signs $80 million transport deal

APA GROUP will make additional use of the Moomba-Sydney pipeline after signing a deal with an existing customer for additional gas transportation and storage services. The deal will see the company provide flexible gas transportation services from multiple receipt and

Main APLNG pipeline completed

THE FINAL weld on the main gas transmission pipeline of the Australia Pacific LNG project has been completed, one of three key milestones to be wrapped up in recent weeks. APLNG chief executive Page Maxson said the high pressure pipeline

Gorgon reaches another milestone

CHEVRON reached a key milestone in the development of its $US54 billion Gorgon liquefied natural gas project on Barrow Island, announcing the arrival of the final train 1 module. The module is Gorgon’s heaviest, weighing some 6,300 tonnes – equal

FLNG abandoned for Bonaparte

GDF SUEZ will consider building a pipeline to Darwin from its Bonaparte LNG project, located 250 kilometres offshore, after stepping back from an exclusive earlier focus on floating LNG (FLNG). The company had planned to develop the prospect with a