Successful hydro-testing of the Dingo pipeline

Central Petroleum Limited has announced the pressure testing (hydro-testing) of the Dingo Pipeline and the plant and field gathering system has been successfully completed.

The pipeline will now be filled with natural gas and pressured up. This marks the completion of the mechanical portion of the project with electrical and instrumentation near completion.

Commissioning of the pipeline and plant is expected to be completed within two weeks, at which stage we expect to receive regulatory approval to operate.

Adapted from press release by Hannah Priestley-Eaton

Published on 09/03/2015

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