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Sprawling urban development a big issue for local pipeline infrastructure: APIA

Tue, 21 October 2014 Greater awareness is needed among Australian planning authorities and pipeline industry operators to ensure safety around transmission pipelines as the nation’s urban expansion continues apace.

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.

QLD 2014 gas conference focuses on better production strategies

Tue, 14 October 2014 Reed Exhibitions has released the 2014 Queensland Gas Conference and Exhibition (QG)’s conference programme, with the direction and structure of the industry’s first free-to-attend conference focused on strategies for better production.

Local and international safety leaders to meet in Brisbane, February 2015

Tue, 14 October 2014 The Safety in Oil and Gas conference, to be held in Brisbane 23 – 25 February 2015, is an opportunity for HSE and Process Safety industry professionals to meet with local and international experts to discuss the changing safety landscape and new approaches to risk assessment.

First gas for Santos GLNG pipeline

Tue, 14 October 2014 Natural gas has been fed through Santos GLNG’s 420 km gas transmission pipeline for the first time today, at the Fairview field compressor station in Queensland.

NT to east coast gas pipeline seeking EOIs

Mon, 13 October 2014 The Northern Territory Government has granted major project status to the proposed gas pipeline connecting the NT to the east coast gas grid and is now seeking formal expressions of interest for developing the project.

AGL launches new water monitoring program at Camden

Mon, 13 October 2014 AGL has launched a new education program allowing senior tertiary students to join specialists undertaking groundwater monitoring at CSG wells and water bores within the Camden Gas Project in New South Wales.

26th World Gas Conference 2015: Growing together towards a friendly planet

Mon, 13 October 2014 Global gas and energy leaders from around the world will gather to attend the 26th World Gas Conference (WGCPARIS2015) in Paris, France from 1–5 June 2015.

Carbon monoxide detectors save lives

Mon, 13 October 2014 Recent news reports paint a picture of how toxic carbon monoxide can be and serve as a reminder that gas testing can prevent fatality.

NSW Government freezes gas exploration

Tue, 30 September 2014 The NSW Government plans to continue its freeze on natural gas exploration within the state.

EAEMO conference addresses big energy questions facing east coast markets

Tue, 30 September 2014 The third annual Eastern Australia’s Energy Markets Outlook (EAEMO) conference brought together close to 200 delegates and 40 speakers over four days in Sydney in mid-September.

HYDAC’s new system to monitor bladder integrity (BIS)

Tue, 30 September 2014 With over 50 years of experience in the research, development, design and production of accumulators, HYDAC has developed a system that monitors the bladder integrity of bladder accumulators.

Be part of Gas Today’s new gas industry publication for 2014-2015

Tue, 30 September 2014 Due to industry demand, Gas Today is excited to announce it is publishing a new Gas Industry Conversion Booklet for 2014-2015.

Strong gas future: Bureau of Resources and Energy

Tue, 30 September 2014 The Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics’ (BREE) September quarterly report has forecast a positive future for Australia’s gas market.

Green Paper: east coast development vital for energy market

Tue, 30 September 2014 The Federal Government’s Energy Green Paper has highlighted the need for unconventional gas resources on the eastern coast, as conventional resources are depleted in the lead up to LNG exports from Gladstone.

The importance of regular flue gas analysis

Thu, 18 September 2014 The term 'flue gas' refers to the hot gas emissions that are generated during the combustion process and emitted via a building's chimney or flue.

Domestic gas conference returns to Sydney in March 2015

Thu, 18 September 2014 The 3rd annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2015 conference will take place next year, from the 23 – 26 March in Sydney, and will be a significant meeting place for senior industry stakeholders. The conference will bring together state and federal government policy makers, regulators and a number of industry representatives; from upstream to transmission, distribution to end users.

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Federal Government’s Productivity Commission investigates gas market barriers

Thu, 18 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.

WA Government’s EPA conflict of interest procedures causes concern for project approvals

Thu, 18 September 2014 The Western Australian Government has introduced legislation to validate environmental approvals, following a review of the Environmental Protection Authority’s (EPA) conflict of interest procedures.

Macfarlane criticises NSW gas resource development

Thu, 18 September 2014 Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has criticised the New South Wales Government’s gas development moratoriums and ongoing regulatory change as damaging to future investment opportunities in the state.

State Government approves Arrow’s EIS for Bowen Gas Project

Thu, 18 September 2014 Arrow Energy’s environmental impact statement (EIS) for its Bowen Gas Project in central Queensland has been approved by the State Government, following the recent announcement that front-end engineering and design (FEED) work had commenced on the project, with the Clough AMEC joint venture awarded the $A70 million contract.

Macfarlane’s push for national gas grid

Thu, 4 September 2014 Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane has given the strongest indication yet that the federal government is open to developing a national gas grid, commenting that such a development could help avoid a potential gas shortage on the east coast.

Jemena to upgrade gas networks in North Ryde, Botany and Randwick

Wed, 3 September 2014 Jemena is planning a major project to upgrade the gas network in North Ryde by installing a new Primary Regulation Station (PRS) to replace the existing PRS, as well as in Botany and Randwick.

New oil and gas discoveries needed to reverse investment slide: EnergyQuest

Wed, 3 September 2014 The boom in oil and gas investment that insulated Australia from the global financial crisis is fading fast and there are few signs of new projects on the horizon, according to EnergyQuest’s August quarterly report.


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