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Carbon Dioxide and Other Research Areas

The Energy Pipelines CRC can take on additional research funded from different sources. One such area of research to date has been a program of work for the previous Commonwealth Government Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (now the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science).

RP7.0 - Draft CO2 Appendix for AS2885 - Completed

RP7.2.1 - Equations of State to Model the Behaviour of CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.2.2 - Decompression Characteristics of CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.2.3 - CO2 Dispersion - Completed

RP7.2.4 - Water Content in CO2 Mixtures - Completed

RP7.3 - Cost-Benefit Modelling for CO2 Pipelines - Completed

RP7.4 - Public Safety, Community Consultation and Organisational Requirements for CO2 Pipelines - Completed

RP7.5 CO2 Dispersion Phase 2 - In Progress 

Reports associated to this project will be available through the Energy Pipelines CRC Members Area shortly.

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CEO's Update June 2017

CEO's Update June 2017

30-06-17

June has been a month of continuous and positive engagement with not only our current research and industry partners, but also a chance to meet with t …

June Research Seminar An Opportunity To Encourage Conversation On Projects

June Research Seminar An Opportunity To Encourage Conversation On Projects

30-06-17

Over 50 members of the Australian pipeline industry and researchers from the Energy Pipelines CRC recently met for the 15th in its series of biannual …

Two New Research Projects Underway

Two New Research Projects Underway

30-06-17

Energy Pipelines CRC Research and Innovation Manager Klaas van Alphen provides an update on this month's research activities.

Former Energy Pipelines CRC CEO  Appointed as UOW Engineering Dean

Former Energy Pipelines CRC CEO Appointed as UOW Engineering Dean

30-06-17

Former Energy Pipelines CRC CEO Valerie Linton has been appointed as the next Executive Dean of Engineering and Information Sciences at the University …

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