Pipelines & Facilities

A leader in Pipeline & Facilities, servicing the energy, resources and utilities sectors

Our Recent Projects

PCCS – Phillip Creek Compressor Station – August 2018

Spiecapag was invited back to complete the final tie in works at the Phillip Creek Compressor Station, Northern Territory. The scope included connecting into the APA Amadeus Gas Pipeline (AGP), and the newly installed NGP pipeline, as well as above ground pipework and the fabrication of pipe storage racks.

 

 

NGP – Northern Gas Pipeline – 2017 & 2018

In Novemeber 2015, the Northern Territory Government awarded Jemena the right to construct and operate the 623km Northern Gas Pipeline and associated infrastructure between Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory and Mt Isa in Queeensland. Spiecapags Australia’s scope incorporates 142km of high pressure 12inch steel gas line and associated works.

Click here to download the Project Summary Brochure NGP-AUS


VNIE – Victorian Northern Interconnect Expansion – 2016 & 2017

On the 17th December 2015 Spiecapag Australia and its JV partner were awarded the contract for the construction of 165km of domestic gas looping pipelines by APA Group.
The project comprises 95km of 400mm Outside Diameter pipe in Victoria and 70km of 450mm OD pipe in NSW. Overall the project consists of 7 loops, 2 of which are in NSW and 5 in Victoria.

Click here to download the Project Summary Brochure VNIE-AUS


EGP – Eastern Goldfields Pipeline – 2015

The Eastern Goldfields Pipeline project consisted of a 293km, DN200 steel gas pipeline  intersecting the existing Murrin Murrin lateral through to the Sunrise Dam and Tropicana Gold Mine sites.

Click here to download the Project Summary  Brochure – EGP


QCLNG – Trunkline North – 2013 & 2014

Spiecapag and a JV partner signed an $80 million contract with QGC for the construction of gas pipelines(totaling 54km), buried high voltage cables (totaling 167km), Fiber Optic Cables( totaling 84km) and a 25km water trunkline.

Click here to download the Project Summary Brochure QCLNG – Trunkline North

Capabilities

Spiecapag has completed some of the most challenging pipeline construction projects in the world, and these have been achieved by continually pushing the boundaries of construction techniques through innovative design and systematic construction techniques. We maintain fleets of specialised equipment, specifically designed to safely build pipelines in some of the most challenging environments on earth.

Services we offer

  • Onshore pipelines and associated facilities for energy, resources and utilities sectors
  • Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) trenchless installation
  • Pipeline repairs
  • Procurement and logistics to regional and remote sites
  • Design and routing studies

Download our capability statement here – PNG Capability Statement 2019

What our clients have said

”Spiecapag delivered an area of the upstream infrastructure without a single safety incident, overcoming various challenges in a complex project environment. Spiecapag repeatedly demonstrated their experience as an expert pipeline constructor, with strong local management and safety processes, working alongside other contractors.”

Andrew Down, Project Manager – Trunklines, QCLNG Project for BG Group/Shell

”Jemena found Spiecapag Australia to be experienced and skilful in the delivery of the works, particularly in light of the mountainous and challenging terrain. They worked co-operatively with us in all areas, including overcoming some significant project challenges that were not of their making. They achieved very good productivities with low rework required through the job.

Spiecapag were very focussed on working with the local stakeholders and delivered against the project commitments for time, cost and importantly for us our local commitments for indigenous jobs and contracts. All stakeholders were very positive about their performance during the project.

Through the performance of the works they demonstrated a good safety performance, with a very supportive management focus and no LTIs .

The terrain required a high level of attention to the rehabilitation of the ROW to minimise future impacts, and the level of reinstatement was excellent.”
We would definitely consider Spiecapag for any future work we have.

Paul Bilston, Pipeline Project Manager – Northern Gas Pipeline Project

 

2018 capability and recent projects video

News

3 December 2018

Spiecapag was proud to be a lead sponsor of the 15th PNG Mining and Petroleum Investment Conference in Sydney this week. Fascinating conversations with both project proponents, shareholders, PNG government and customary landholders. Looking forward to future opportunities in PNG.

 

 

 


17 October 2018

Spiecapag recently completed a unique package of works at the Phillip Creek Compressor Station (PCCS) as part of Jemena’s Northern Gas Pipeline Project. Our scope included construction and pre-commissioning of the pipework and tie-in welds interconnecting the PCCS to both the Amadeus Gas Pipeline and Northern Gas Pipeline, mainline launcher assembly and riser, and pipe storage bolster racks. We proudly delivered this critical scope of work safely and to program, which represents another great effort from all our workforce involved. 

 

 


20th August 2018

Our general manager, Oliver Crosby presenting the cheque to Mates in Construction for the funds raised by the Spiecapag team when participating in the recent Brisbane Marathon Festival. A special thanks to all of the sponsors who dug deep for a great Aussie cause.  Spiecapag, VINCI Construction, Entrepose Group, Australian Pipelines and Gas Association

 

 

 


17th August 2018

Spiecapag complete the final weld on the NGP project, there is now a continuous pipeline from NT to Qld! JemenaVINCI ConstructionEntrepose GroupSpiecapagAustralian Pipelines and Gas AssociationMark Twycross

 

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