Construction continues on the Chevron-operated Gorgon Project in Western Australia. This video shows some of the work that is taking place on and around Barrow Island, a Class A Nature Reserve and home to the project.
Join Ernie Coates from SEALWELD, for our 2 DAY Valve School – 2014 -LIMITED DATES … With more than 30 years experience, Ernie Coates, International Services and Training Manager for Sealweld, will be visiting Australia – all capital cities – during February and March 2014 to deliver the on-site “Valve Maintenance and Safety Seminar”. Ernie [...]
Methane emissions from gas production lower than EPA estimates, study says Source: Oil and Gas Journal 17 September 2013 . Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin said their direct measurements at 190 natural gas drilling sites found lower methane emissions than the US Environment Protection Agency has suggested in earlier estimates. The UT [...]
Source: http://www.qgc.com.au/ 2 September 2013 LNG industry to contribute A$34.5m for Curtis Island conservation Queensland’s natural gas industry today welcomed the State Government’s announcement that an extra 2,900 hectares of land on Curtis Island had been dedicated as a protected area. The move has been supported by funding from the natural gas companies QGC, Santos [...]
Your Invitation to try out the EyeCGas Emissions Detection Camera – Limited Spaces Available … Heath Pipeline Services is currently booking times with our clients to demonstrate the EyeCGas Camera. If you would like to try out the camera, simply fill in the form below, to express your interest. 26 September to 4 October … [...]
Source: The Economist Aug 19th 2013, 23:50 by T.W. How Safe Is Fracking? DOZENS of protesters, including a member of parliament, were arrested on August 19th during demonstrations around Britain against hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. Green campaigners targeted the offices and drilling sites of Cuadrilla, an energy company, which had to suspend its operations. Fracking [...]
Supporting the Gas Industry … On Tuesday, a new campaign was launched by APPEA to inform Australians of the escalating risks facing the nation’s natural gas industry – threatening future jobs, investment, and the next wave of the resources boom. You can read more about the initiative here: http://www.ournaturaladvantage.com.au/
Australia’s Significant Shale Gas Potential Jul 24, 2013 Santos CEO David Knox told the Australian Financial Review’s Future Forum on Energy that the next 12-18 months will tell us how well placed Australia is to benefit from its potentially significant shale gas resources.
The Hi-Flow Sampler Calculates Actual Leak Rates in Real Time … The Hi-Flow Sampler is a portable, intrinsically safe natural gas measurement sampling system. The sampler has a flow rate of up to 10.5 cfm allowing you to completely capture most gas leaks. The instrument measures the flow rate of the sampling stream and the [...]
Gas leak detection equipment is vital to keeping your employees, environment and product safe. Find leaks of methane and volatile organic compounds (VOC) as soon as possible … Introducing the EyeCGas EyeCGas is an Infrared Camera specially designed for the Petrochemical and Gas & Oil market requirements for GAS detection and Smart LDAR compliance. Intrinsic [...]