With active representation across every Australian state and territory as well as the North Island of New Zealand, Ingal EPS is easily the nation’s largest and most reputable manufacturer of steel poles and columns. As a division of Industrial Galvanizers Corporation Pty Ltd, owned by the world’s largest steel pole manufacturer, Valmont Industries Inc, Ingal EPS has access to state of the art facilities and innovative technology.
G&G Mining Fabrication Pty Ltd is a family owned business that has been designing, manufacturing and refurbishing products of the highest quality for the mining industry since 1990. G&G Mining Fabrication has grown to be a highly successful operation that employs a large team of professionals ranging from experienced designers and tradespeople, through to sales and customer service professionals.
For almost 50 years, Brenco Group Pty Ltd has provided innovative and superior-quality surface coating and engineering services to many of the world’s most recognised clients in aerospace, steel, oil and gas, mining, and the mineral processing industry. An integral part of Australia’s aviation industry since 1965, Brenco is approved and certified by a number of prestigious and highly respected businesses and organisations, including the Australian Government Department of Defence, Rolls-Royce, Qantas, the Australian Government Civil Aviation Safety Authority, and Cameron International, to name a few.
Facing a seemingly insatiable global demand for energy and minerals, companies servicing the resource industry must rise to the occasion by growing and developing new products and capabilities or risk falling by the wayside as others take the lead. Australia in particular offers unprecedented opportunities within the sector to enable growth, including significant investments into infrastructure to meet the demands of a growing population and also industry needs especially within the iron ore, coal, uranium, coal seam gas, LNG, water and power industry sectors.
MAN Diesel & Turbo Australia provides a comprehensive range of diesel and gas engine solutions, from engine sales, service and spare parts through to turnkey power station projects, and serves blue-chip customers in the mining, marine, rail and industrial markets across a territory that spans Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Since it was established in 1978, Australian-based Process Group has evolved into an entity known around the world as a leading supplier of technical solutions, systems, and packaged process equipment modules for leaders in the globe’s oil and gas, refining, carbon capture, petrochemical, and power generation industries. With its head office in Melbourne, Process Group also has regional and representative offices in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates and Singapore to better serve its growing customer base.
Interest in the expansion of Queensland’s oil, gas and resources sector is not confined to the state itself. On the other side of the Tasman, for example, companies specialising in services to the industry are gearing themselves to deal with an unprecedented volume of business. One of them is EnergyWorks, based in Taranaki, one of the likely sites of a liquefied natural gas receiving terminal.
“It’s easy to find people to do a project; it’s hard to find people who know pipelines,” says Brian O’Sullivan, Founder and Managing Director for OSD Pipelines. He is speaking of course, of the state of the industry at the moment, and not of his own company, which offers the largest and most comprehensive pipeline and facilities capabilities in Australia with a robust and dedicated staff of industry experts.
On the one hand we have a company with considerable experience – in this case in hydraulics, pneumatics, filtration, automation and waste handling – that seeks to expand and offer its expertise to more business sectors. On the other hand we have an area of Australia where the mining and resources industry is expanding fast as more exploration and exploitation are allowed. Sounds promising, doesn’t it?