Entries by Jessica Rucks

Jas, E., Campbell, D., McMaster, S., (2011) “Pipeline Shore Approach Design – Case Study” 30th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, The Netherlands, American Society for Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

An insight is provided into the design of a large diameter high pressure gas pipeline shore approach for an LNG project off the coast of North Western Australia. The shore approach is located in a challenging and congested area, within one of Australia’s busiest ports. In close proximity to the pipeline route are two existing […]

Jas, E., Cheng, L., White, D., Palmer, A., Czajko, A., Fogliani, N., Fricke, R., Wei An, H., (2010) “A New Facility for Research on the Stability of Pipelines on Unstable Seabeds”, Offshore Pipeline Technology Conference 2010, Amsterdam, (OPT)

There is very strong evidence that in most locations the seabed becomes unstable and mobile before the design conditions for a submarine pipeline are reached. The conventional theory of stability takes the seabed as stable, and is therefore fundamentally flawed. This is an important issue for pipelines to the north-west of Australia, where violent tropical […]

Trenchless Australasia – June 2005 – Atteris breaks new ground in pipeline engineering

Recent successful projects, including the shore crossing for the 42 inch North West Shelf second trunkline offshore Western Australia and the 20 inch Otway gas export pipeline at Port Campbell in Victoria have strengthened the position of Atteris as a specialist in the field of pipeline engineering and construction management. Atteris commenced operations in 1999 […]