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We're Australia’s number one gas infrastructure business.

We’ve been connecting Australian energy since 2000. From small beginnings we’ve become a top 50 ASX-listed company, employing 1,600 people, and owning and operating one of the largest interconnected gas networks across Australia.

We deliver smart, reliable and safe solutions through our deep industry knowledge and interconnected infrastructure.

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APA Annual Meeting:  27 Oct 2016  10.30am

Our 15,000 kilometres of natural gas pipelines connect sources of supply and markets across mainland Australia. We operate and maintain networks connecting 1.3 million Australian homes and businesses to the benefits of natural gas. And we own or have interests in gas storage facilities, gas-fired power stations and wind farms. All up, we own and/or operate around $20 billion of energy assets and deliver half the nation’s natural gas usage.

View APA's interactive Annual Report and Sustainability Report.

APA today released its submission to Dr Vertigan’s Consultation Paper (the “Vertigan Inquiry”)


2016 APA Group Tax Transparency Report.

What's important to us

For our stakeholder groups we create value and responsibly use resources available to us, without compromising the needs of future generations.

Our values are our compass, guiding everyone at APA in our decision-making and in how we go about our business.

There is nothing we do that is so important that we need to put people’s safety at risk or fail to protect the environment we work in.

Information for...

If you live near a gas transmission pipeline or plan developments there are things you need to know.

If you want to provide products or services to APA there are some things you need to know.

Information for households connected or looking to connect to natural gas.

Our 1,600 people manage all aspects of developing and running energy infrastructure. Want to join us?

Important information about what to do in emergencies.

Some quick answers to questions that are often asked.

Dial Before You Dig is a free national community service designed to prevent damage and disruption to vital underground utility services.