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Our history

MPC Kinetic

2018

MPC Group and Kinetic merge to become MPC Kinetic.

MPC Group

2017

In a move to further enhance the company’s broad offering of specialist services to resource sector clients, Murphy Pipe and Civil decides to amalgamate its subsidiary companies Upstream Pipeline Testing (UPT), Australian Fusion Welding (AFW) and Australian Well Servicing (AWS) to now operate under just one multi-faceted company.

 

As part of this strategic amalgamation of services, Murphy Pipe and Civil rebrands itself to become MPC Group.

In September 2017 SCF Partners and Viburnum Funds acquired the majority stake in MPC Group from the Murphy Group and Pipe and Civil founding shareholders. 

The business is now set for further investment and future growth.

Kinetic

2017

On 1st February, in front of the Brisbane oil & gas community, CEO Leigh Rigg formally announced the integration and rebranding of Vause, Grizzly, Surtron & Wildcat into the single entity Kinetic.

Kinetic

2016

Kinetic Services Group Pty Ltd is pleased to announce it has combined forces with Wildcat Chemicals Australia Pty Ltd (Wildcat).

Kinetic, a resource focused services company that offers Logging, Well Intervention, Fluid Management & Production Services, has partnered with Wildcat, a leading provider of speciality production chemicals.

The partnership with Wildcat diversifies Kinetic’s service offerings and significantly increases the company’s exposure to the production phase associated with all regional oil & gas assets, both onshore and offshore.

Murphy Pipe & Civil 

2015

QGC awards Murphy Pipe and Civil with contract to construct a 46km steel gas pipeline as part of the QCLNG Project.

QGC awards Murphy Pipe and Civil a long-term Gas Field Services contract to further develop and maintain its coal seam gas network in Surat Basin.

Kinetic

2016

The formation of Kinetic is announced, the culmination of three accomplished service companies: Vause, Grizzly and Surtron. The combination of these companies into a single well services company creates the perfect blend of practical innovation and multi-skilled lateral thinkers that do what we say we are going to do.

Murphy Pipe & Civil 

2014

Murphy Pipe and Civil was announced the winner of the United Kingdom's prestigious Pipeline Industry Guild (PIG) Technology Award in recognition of the significant contribution to industry improvement made with the development of Spiderplough.

Murphy Pipe and Civil successfully completes Australia’s largest ever coal seam gas gathering network for QGC. A total of 4100km of HPDE pipe installed across the Surat Basin.

Murphy Pipe & Civil 

2013

Murphy Pipe and Civil receives a Highly Commended Award at the Queensland Safe Work Awards 2013 for "Best solution to an identified work health and safety issue" as a result of the innovative safety changes made to its fleet of Spiderploughs.

Murphy Pipe & Civil 

2011

Pipe and Civil and Murphy Group jointly create Murphy Pipe and Civil.

The construction company reaches a total workforce of 450 and proves its strength as one of the pipeline industry's biggest growth companies.

Murphy Pipe and Civil Managing Director, Jim Campbell, is named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year (Queensland).

Pipe & Civil 

2010

Pipe and Civil’s investment in a fleet of industry-changing equipment, the Fockersperger Spiderplough and Fast Fusion, leads to a $150 million contract with one of Queensland’s largest coal seam gas producers.

Pipe and Civil are awarded the SINO Iron Ore project in Western Australia to complete a $123 million steel pipeline for MCC Mining.

Pipe & Civil 

2009

Pipe and Civil receives Lord Mayor’s Business Award for Business Growth.

Pipe & Civil 

2008

Pipe and Civil begin construction on the $42 million Yea to Yarra Glen Pipeline as part of the Sugarloaf Pipeline Alliance.

Pipe & Civil 

2005

Pipe and Civil is established by Queensland contractors, Jim Campbell, Brenton Euler and Tom Dermody.