Planning expertise and project experience at the heart of success

WITH more than 100 years of experience in the gas engineering industry, BOC is proud of its ongoing contributions to local, regional and national economies.
The company is planning large-scale investment in LNG production and fleet refuelling for the east coast of Australia, including the construction of a processing plant next to the Condamine Power Station near Miles in the Surat Basin.
BOC South Pacific managing director Colin Isaac said that, through significant investment in the processing plant and other pioneering projects, the company was promoting environmentally-friendly trucking in Tasmania, fuelling the transport industry with Queensland’s CSG and assisting in connecting Victoria to Queensland.
“BOC is also nearing the end of construction for our air separation unit facility in Karratha, Western Australia, which will further enhance energy security and meet gas work demand for the state’s booming northwest shelf,” Mr Isaac said.
“The application of innovative technologies with this project has meant BOC has taken a ‘greener’ and ‘leaner’ approach with its newest gas production facility, using less than half the energy of traditional plants.
“The high-tech air separation unit is also air cooled, eliminating the use of water consumption for cooling purposes.” BOC’s highly experienced team of engineers, chemists and project managers undertakes services including purging, creation of inert gasses, pressure testing and pipeline pigging.

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