What we do
Sigra delivers solutions to our clients in all matters related to the ground. We understand what we are dealing with, and we have the capability to examine and analyse it in detail.
Exploration to mine design and operation. Specialising in gas, water and geotechnical aspects. Also covering ventilation and outburst management.
Site investigation specialising in stress measurement, fluid pressure and rock properties. Effective stress-based design specialising in anisotropic, nonlinear rock.
Stress measurement and rock property determination. Opening and support design, and energy absorbing designs to control rock bursts.
Total exploration programmes to production design of coal seam gas (CBM). Resource and reserve estimates. Gas content measurement for all rocks by coring and open hole gas capture systems.
Design and supervision of exploration/site investigation programmes. Design of directional holes for exploration or production. Manufacture of well control, managed pressure drilling systems and inflatable packers.
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Having well and truly established itself in Southern Africa Sigra will be seizing the opportunity to exhibit a booth at the Deep Mining 2019 Conference and South African Rock Engineering Symposium in Johannesburg at the end of June. This will be the ideal setting for the Sigra South Africa team to further showcase its potentialJune 8, 2019
April marks Sigra’s 25th year of continued operation throughout Australia and across the globe. On April 1st 1994, Dr. Ian Gray founded Sigra as a one-man engineering consultancy. 25 Years on, Dr. Gray continues to lead the company which has grown into a multifaceted, well trusted organisation with offices in Australia and South Africa thatApril 13, 2019
Sigra is now operating in Southern Africa in the coal, diamond, CSG and petroleum sectors and expects to be involved in large civil engineering projects by early in 2020. Sigra has established Sigra South Africa (Pty) Ltd based in Johannesburg with operations in different industries servicing the Southern Africa region. These developments follow an increasing demandMarch 6, 2019
Tim Harvey and Tim Gibbons will attend the conference Coal 2019 at the University of Wollongong on Tuesday and Wednesday 18 and 19 February. Directly after lunch on Wednesday Tim Harvey will present the paper ‘Flow Measurement in Gas Drainage’. This will present an improved option to measure gas flows and the use of theseFebruary 20, 2019