What the media are saying about CNC Project Management.
APIA recognises pipeline industry achievement.
Scott Pearce, CNC Project Management’s Strategic Communications Manager, has won the Australian Pipeline Industry Association Young Achievement Award.
What does NSW’s Strategic Regional Land Use Policy mean for the CSG industry?
Mike Bugler discusses the impact of the New South Wales Government’s Strategic Regional Land Use Policy for gas and pipeline projects.
EPBC evolution: what will the changes mean for your next project?
Ian Spence outlines how planned changes to the EPBC Act will impact upcoming projects.
Meet the faces of FutureGAS
Gas Today asks a selection of FutureGAS sponsors the big questions for 2012.
FutureGAS a key plank of CNC Project Management’s support of the industry
CNC Project Management has again signed on as the Gold Sponsor and Gala Dinner Sponsor of the 2012 FutureGAS Conference and Exhibition.
CNC Project Management signs on for FutureGAS Gold
CNC Project Management has signed on to be the Gold Sponsor for FutureGAS 2012 Gala Dinner.
CNC opens new office in Perth
CNC Project Management has opened a new office in Perth.
Three the key for CNC
CNC Project Management has welcomed three key staff members as shareholders as well as opening two new offices during the past year.
NSW’s pipeline industry awaits new regulatory regime
Following the New South Wales State Government elections on 26 March 2011, the newly elected Coalition Government has moved quickly to introduce several changes that will impact directly on the approvals regime of the gas pipeline industry within the state.
FutureGAS 2011 breaks all records!
More than 500 national and international delegates, exhibitors and trade visitors attended the third annual FutureGAS Conference and Exhibition, featuring a conference program of 35 papers, and over 50 booths in the extensive exhibition space.
From CSG to LNG with the YPF
Santos LNG Plant In-Country Manager Steve Schoemaker explained the coal seam gas to LNG process at the latest Queensland Young Pipeliners Forum speaker event, held at the Ship Inn, Brisbane on 29 October 2010.
Pipelining expats: providing overseas experience and character
Each year Australia grants working visas to skilled workers to boost the nation’s pipeline building capability. These international personalities provide a much-loved flavour to the Australian industry.The Australian Pipeliner talks to eight pipelining personalities who have come from Canada, Scotland, Croatia and Kenya to find out what brought them to Australia and to hear about their experiences of, and insights into Australia’s pipeline industry.
Route consulting for Narrabri to Wellington Pipeline
Eastern Star Gas (ESG) will soon hold talks with landholders, councils and relevant authorities to gauge support for a gas pipeline route from its coal seam gas tenements near Narrabri to its proposed gas-fired power station in Wellington, New South Wales.
WMPP: large and in charge
April 2010 marked the completion of the 8,800 km Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project, which will service 36 towns and approximately 7,000 rural customers. The official launch was held in Horsham, Victoria.
QLD YPF learn challenges of route selection
Pipeline route selection plays an important role in the pipeline industry. On 21 May 2010, the Queensland Young Pipeliners Forum discussed the responsibilities involved in landowner liaison and route selection, and how these affect the reputation and future of the pipeline industry.
The complications of CSG: landholder issues and other community concerns
The rapid expansion in the coal seam gas industry over the past 20 years has resulted in growing community concern regarding industrial exploration and drilling on private property, particularly agricultural land. CNC Projects’ Management’s Dave Maloney and Ian Spence discuss some of the concerns that have been expressed, with a focus on the rights of landholders in Queensland, as well as contentious topics associated with the mining and extraction of coal seam gas in Australia.
The EPBC Act: toward extinction or evolution?
The first independent review of Australia’s Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) has labelled the legislation repetitive, unnecessarily complex and overly prescriptive in some areas. CNC Project Management Manager Environment and Regulatory Compliance Ian Spence reports on the recommendations made within the review and the response.
CNC completes first 18 months of operation
The last year and a half have seen CNC Project Management start from scratch and develop into a successful multi-disciplined project facilitation firm with some good runs on the board.
APIA recognises industry achievement
Excellence was recognised across the pipeline industry at APIA’s annual awards, presented at last year’s APIA Convention in Alice Springs.
CNC commences work on Wimmera Mallee Pipeline
CNC Project Management has been engaged to manage Native Title and Cultural Heritage issues associated with the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project (WMPP).