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ENERGY Pipelines CRC

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The Energy Pipelines CRC (EPCRC) was established in 2009 to facilitate collaboration between researchers and the energy pipeline industry sector in Australia. The goal was to provide the Australian energy pipeline industry with the knowledge and technology necessary to extend the life of the existing natural gas transmission network, and to build better, cost effective and safer networks necessary to support increasing demand for energy.

Strong management and industry engagement have allowed the company to adjust its research activities to meet changing industry needs. The cessation of Australian line pipe manufacturing in 2012 required a quick refocus of priorities across research activities. High levels of industry consultation and engagement have been evident throughout all research projects in the Energy Pipelines CRC delivering outcomes that can be directly adopted by industry and providing maximum value.Impact Picture

The Energy Pipelines CRC was supported by a combined $27.480 million from the Commonwealth and industry as well over $60 million in kind contributions from Universities and industry.

The Energy Pipelines CRC has remained true to its vision. Its legacy will have long lasting impact in the day to day operations of the Australian pipeline industry.

Click here to download a copy of the Energy Pipelines CRC Legacy Book

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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