January 2018, Vol. 245, No. 1

TechNotes

Pipeline Connection Installed in Australia

The drilling rig is 250 tons of pulling force led to early completion of a complex project. In just three months, Australian drilling contractor Dunstans Construction Group installed a 35-mile (700-meter) pipeline in Anglesea, and a 250-ton HDD rig from Herrenknecht played a key role in the achievement. The construction crew built a sea outfall with the machine and pulled in the pipeline all the way back to the local water treatment plant. In August 2015, a large cliff segment collapsed in the Australian state of Victoria, resulting in an acute need for action. Falling rocks massively impaired the sea outfall pipe of the local water treatment plant on the Bass Strait Coast. The affected se

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