Woodside and BHP’s Scarborough gas project, including the Pluto Train 2 developments and Pluto Train 1 modifications, have been...
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The process of turning gas into LNG, storing it and loading it onto an LNG tanker requires many pump applications. In this arena, achieving low cost per tonne of LNG and high reliability makes the product attractive, and improving economy of scale with larger plants and equipment continues to enhance the odds of winning. It is this reality that is driving the technology forward.
Most centrifugal pumps operate with a constant speed along a fixed curve, however in modern process systems there is...
The Federal Opposition’s Carbon Capture and Storage (CSS) plan to combat the climate crisis has drawn support from Australia’s...
Jemena has submitted plans to the NSW Government to connect a proposed LNG import terminal at Port Kembla to...
The Queensland Government has introduced a range of measures to support gas exploration to mitigate the economic impacts of...
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Pumping liquids with entrained gas January 8, 2022
Pump applications may involve handling liquid and gas mixtures either as part of...
Roto Pumps – trusted helical rotor pumping partner by food and beverage processing companies for over 50 years November 18, 2021
From morning breakfast to evening drink, Roto Pumps have been an essential force...
Roto Pumps – successfully running across the largest mining and explosive sites globally November 18, 2021
At Roto Pumps we started our journey by supplying our very first pumps to the mi...
Roto Pumps – your trusted pumping partner in the agriculture industry November 18, 2021
At Roto Pumps Australia, we understand the various fluid engineering challenges ...
Proven pump performance in both municipal and effluent treatment plants November 18, 2021
Roto Pumps are widely acknowledged for customisation of helical rotor positive d...
Wagga Wagga City Council is progressing with plans for the Lake Albert pipeline, with the New South Wales Government issuing a license to Council to authorise the transfer of water from the Murrumbidgee River to Lake Albert.
The Federal and Tasmanian Governments are partnering to deliver a $18 million Shellfish Lease Water Quality Improvement Program, upgrading 84 sewerage pump stations across the state.
Tasmania’s Don Irrigation Scheme construction tenders are now closed, with the $29 million project including the laying of 67km of pipeline and the construction of three pump stations.
The Marong Region in Victoria now has a new 3ML concrete tank and booster pump station, with the long-awaited project creating a future of consistent water pressure for the town.
A $9 million water infrastructure project is set to boost water security in the Bland Shire, and will include a new water tower, eight kilometre water supply trunk main, seven kilometre distribution water main, and new transfer pump station.
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