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ENERGY Pipelines CRC

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The Energy Pipelines CRC was established in late 2009 for the purposes of providing research and education to support and benefit the energy pipelines industry in Australia. It is a user led CRC with its industry participants represented by the Australian Pipelines and Gas Association Research and Standards Committee (APGA-RSC). The research participants are the University of Adelaide, the University of Wollongong, Deakin University and RMIT University.

The CRC was supported by a combined $27.480 million from the Commonwealth and industry as well as a $50 million in kind contribution from the Universities and the Australian pipeline industry. This funding was spread over the 10 year life span of the Energy Pipelines CRC.

The Goals of the Energy Pipelines CRC were to:

  • Provide value to the Australian community through facilitating the development of safer, more efficient and reliable energy pipelines;

  • Deliver outcomes that assist the pipeline industry add value, grow its business and improve its workforce;

  • Provide and assist with the adoption of research outputs which result in tangible benefits for the pipeline industry;

  • Have a reputation as a world class provider of pipeline related research;

  • Build a sustainable critical mass in Australian pipeline related research;

  • Set a stand out example for successful industry-university research partnerships; and

  • Be a supplier of targeted, quality, university level pipeline related education.

Latest News

CEO's Update June 2019

CEO's Update June 2019

09-08-19

Friday 28th June marks the official end of CRC funded activities for Energy Pipelines CRC.

Energy Pipelines CRC - A Snapshot of its Legacy

Energy Pipelines CRC - A Snapshot of its Legacy

28-06-19

Research and Innovation Manager Klaas van Alphen reflects on 10 years of research from the Energy Pipelines CRC.

Research Project Update June 2019

Research Project Update June 2019

28-06-19

Several research projects were finalised in June, bringing the total number of completed research projects to 107.

Andrew Hopkins Honoured In  Queens Birthday List

Andrew Hopkins Honoured In Queens Birthday List

28-06-19

Emeritus Professor Andrew Hopkins has been named in the Queens Birthday honours list as an Officer (AO) in the General Division in the Order of Austra …

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