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National Facility for Pipeline Coating Assessment

The National Facility for Pipeline Coating Assessment (NFPCA) brings together an independent facility for companies to test and evaluate pipeline coatings with a capability to support innovative research into coating performance.

The facility was established in 2014 at Deakin University in partnership with the Energy Pipelines CRC and industry partners. This facility fills an important need for the Australian pipeline industry as it is the only independent commercial pipeline coating testing facility in Australia.

The NFPCA is of great value to local industry as pipeline coatings are the primary method of protecting buried pipelines against corrosion and costly pipeline failure. The ability to select, assess and independently verify pipeline coatings is key to their success in service. 

For more information Click Here to view the NFPCA Home Page


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CEO's Update October 2017

CEO's Update October 2017

31-10-17

October is one of the busiest months in the Energy Pipelines CRC calendar.

Research Update October 2017

Research Update October 2017

31-10-17

During the July-September 2017 quarter, the Energy Pipelines CRC had 22 active research projects across its four research programs.

New project on cracking in polyethylene and other polymer pipelines approved

New project on cracking in polyethylene and other polymer pipelines approved

31-10-17

A new project is now underway that studies cracking of polyethylene and other polymer pipe walls

YPF Tour Trip Report Part Two: Northern Gas Pipeline

YPF Tour Trip Report Part Two: Northern Gas Pipeline

31-10-17

22 members of the APGA YPF recently toured the constructions of the Northern Gas Pipeline and the Diamantina Power Station

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