The Story Behind The Project
The Agnew Gas Pipeline is a 25km gas transmission pipeline owned and operated by APA Pipelines, running from Leinster to the Agnew mine site in the Shire of Leonora, WA.
In 2019, APA commissioned an upgrade to the pipeline, for which our organisation provided bulk supplies and large maintenance projects, including danger high voltage gas signs, marker posts, and non-reflective signage.
We were chosen over other suppliers for our reliable and efficient service.
- Supplied 4800 signs, including danger high voltage gas signs, marker posts, and non-reflective signage, to support the safe and efficient operation of the pipeline.
- Identimark was chosen over other suppliers for our reliable and efficient service, helping to ensure that the project was completed on time and to a high standard.
- Identimark has a relationship with APA spanning more than 10 years.
The Solution We Provided
How We Helped
Identimark played a key role in supporting the successful upgrade of the Agnew Gas Pipeline.
Working with APA for 10 years, Identimark was chosen to provide bulk supplies for ongoing large maintenance projects for the pipeline upgrade in South Hedland in 2019.
Identimark's reliable and efficient service helped ensure that the project was completed on time and to a high standard.
Our expertise and experience in providing critical infrastructure solutions helped support the reliable transmission of gas to the Agnew mine site, and we are proud to have played a part in supporting this important project.
What We Provided
- Non-reflective labelling and identification
- Danger high voltage signs
- Marker Posts