July 2017, Vol. 244, No. 7

Northern Gas Pipeline Construction Gets Green Light Jemena received approval from Australia’s Northern Territory Government to construct the first 214-mile section of the $800 million Northern Gas Pipeline Project, a 386-mile pipeline that will connect Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to Mount Isa in Queensland. Jemena awarded a construction contract for the project to McConnell Dowell. Its scope of work involves the engineering, construction and commissioning of a 299-mile section of the line. Site activities are expected to start in the coming weeks, with the first gas expected to run through the pipeline in late 2018. About 150 miles of the pipeline is expected to…

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