All Australia articles – Page 13

  • coal mining industry

    Rotork actuators chosen for Australia projects


    Rotork CVA failsafe electric process valve actuators have been selected for a critical flow control application in the Australian coal mining industry.

  • Australia map

    A-Gas launches new analytical products


    A-Gas Australia has today announced the launch of new analytical services which will make a significant contribution to safer refrigerant re-use and system preventative maintenance.

  • Australia Currency money

    BOC and Viridian Glass extend partnership


    The deal will secure the ongoing compressed air, hydrogen and nitrogen gas requirements of Viridian’s Dandenong site, the only float glass manufacturing facility in Australia.

  • Australia map

    EWM Xnet welding software launches in Australia


    Gases and engineering company BOC has today announced the new EWM Xnet welding monitoring software is now available in Australia for use on selected EWM welding machines.

  • Australia map

    CCS commitment agreed at Adelaide power station


    Air Liquide and AGL Energy have announced its joint commitment to recover carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) at its Torrens Island power station site in Adelaide.

  • sharp eye

    Spectrex devices selected for Ichthys Project’s safety


    The project, which is the first of its size to be operated by a Japanese company, has installed over 500 of Spectrex’s SharpEye IR3 flame detectors, accompanied by over 200 SafEye Open Path Gas Detectors.

  • balloon filling

    Giant balloon launched to research a star


    All eyes were on the neutron star Vela Pulsar last week when the Australian Balloon Launching Station, at Alice Springs Airport, successfully launched a colossal research balloon filled with 1,830 cubic metres of BOC Helium into the sky to observe the star located 1,000 light years away from Earth.

  • Liquefied natural gas tanker

    Charter enhances LNG offering to Japan


    Stena Bulk has signed an agreement covering the charter of the LNG carrier Stena Blue Sky for the North West Shelf Project in Australia. The duration of the charter is up to three years with a possible further extension as a goal.

  • Liquefied natural gas terminal

    $18.5 billion Gladstone LNG near completion


    Santos Ltd. expects its $18.5bn valued LNG project is approaching 95% completion and should be producing its first LNG by the end of the third quarter this year.

  • Australia map

    BOC delivers vital supply of LNG to hospital


    Gases and engineering company BOC Australia and APA Group successfully injected natural gas into a section of the Whyalla Natural Gas network at 5pm yesterday to deliver critical gas supplies to Whyalla Hospital and parts of Whyalla.

  • Bag of salad, food, MAP

    BOC Australia launches new leak detection


    The MAPAX® LD leak detection technology, launched by BOC Australia in Melbourne, is a solution for the packaged goods industry that offers high-speed and non-destructive in-line leak detection.

  • Liquefied natural gas terminal

    Australia Pacific LNG reaches Curtis Island


    Australia Pacific LNG has reached a significant milestone with the arrival of first gas from its coal seam gas fields in the Surat Basin to its liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility on Curtis Island, near Gladstone, Queensland.

  • Australia Currency money

    Air Liquide invests €60m in Australia


    The investment from the gases major will see the construction of a state-of-the-art ASU in Port Pirie for Nyrstar – which is an integrated mining and metal company.

  • Business deal merger

    Woodside signs LNG MOU targeting India


    Woodside Petroleum will be tapping into India’s emerging demand for LNG after the company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Indian conglomerate Adani Enterprises.

  • Australia Currency money

    World’s first coal-seam-gas facility begins


    The BG Group has loaded its first LNG cargo from the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) project in Australia – with the second cargo expected to be loaded this week.

  • China Globe

    2015 – What lies ahead? Part 4


    As the New Year begins, gas world continues to look ahead at what projects and plants we can expect to see in the industrial gas business in 2015. In this fourth and final instalment we focus on developments in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Australia-first-fuel-cell

    Australia takes first steps to creating hydrogen network


    Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety division company, Coregas, will help Hyundai in taking the first steps towards the creation of a green transport network by supplying refuelling station with hydrogen – with operations expected in early 2015.

  • Siemens-Auz

    Siemens hands over power station


    The company recently completed the commissioning of one of Australia’s most efficient power stations – the Diamantia. It utilises power generated from gas turbines, steam turbines and heat recovery generators.

  • Mark Valves – December 2014

    India inauguration core to Mack Valves’ vision


    Just weeks after the company celebrated its 75th anniversary and a year after Mack Valves was acquired by independent gas industry entrepreneurs, the new look valve manufacturer (internally called Mack 2.0) invited key industry figures to celebrate the beginning of what could be a positive future for the company. Stuart ...

  • Australia Currency money

    LNG plant puts Queensland on energy map


    The plant, which cost $200m and is operated by BOC, provides a cleaner, cost effective domestic gas fuel opportunity for manufacturing in the Queensland area – as well as off grid generation and transport.