Our 15,000 kilometres of natural gas pipelines connect sources of supply and markets across mainland Australia. We operate and maintain networks connecting 1.4 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 renewable energy generation (wind and solar farms). All up, we own or manage and operate a portfolio of assets of around $22 billion and deliver half the nation’s natural gas usage.
Our Energy Assets
Our 7,500-kilometre East Coast Grid of interconnected gas transmission pipelines provides the flexibility to move gas around eastern Australia, anywhere from Otway and Longford in the south, to Moomba in the west and Mount Isa and Gladstone in the north. In Western Australia and the Northern Territory, our pipelines stretch thousands of kilometres to supply gas to power major cities, towns and remote mining operations.
Apart from our interconnected natural gas pipelines, we own and operate the Ethane Pipeline which supplies ethane from the Cooper Basin production facility at Moomba, South Australia, to an ethylene plant in Botany, Sydney.
And it’s not just pipelines. We also own and operate the Mondarra Gas Storage and Processing Facility and the Emu Downs Wind Farm in Western Australia, Diamantina and Leichhardt Power Stations in Queensland, the Dandenong LNG Storage Facility in Victoria and the Central Ranges Gas Distribution Network servicing Tamworth in New South Wales.
To find out more about our energy assets visit the Our Services section of this website.
Our Energy Investments
We also have interests in:
- Energy Infrastructure Investments (19.9%) – an unlisted energy infrastructure company which owns gas-fired power generation (Daandine and X41 power stations), gas processing plants (at Tipton West and Kogan North), electricity interconnectors (Murraylink and Directlink) and gas pipelines (Telfer/Nifty Gas Pipeline, Bonaparte Gas Pipeline and Wickham Point Pipeline).
- EII2 (20.2%) – an unlisted energy infrastructure company which owns the North Brown Hill Wind Farm in South Australia.
- GDI (EII) Pty Ltd (20%) – an unlisted energy infrastructure company which owns the Allgas Gas Distribution Network serving South East Queensland and northern coastal New South Wales.
- South East Australia Gas Pty Ltd (SEA Gas) (50%) – partnership which owns the SEA Gas Pipeline built to transport natural gas from the Otway and Bass Basins to markets in Victoria and South Australia.
- SEA Gas (Mortlake) Partnership (50%) - owns the Mortlake Pipeline which supplies gas to the Mortlake Power Station in Victoria.
We provide asset management services for most of our energy assets and investments, as well as to third parties. Our 1,900 people together deliver commercial, regulatory, government and stakeholder-related functions, as well as day-to-day operations and maintenance. One of our long-term agreements is to operate Australian Gas Networks’ gas transmission and distribution assets.
Structured for Securityholders
APA Group (ASX:APA) is listed on the ASX and is included in the S&P ASX 50 Index.
APA Group comprises two registered investment schemes - Australian Pipeline Trust (APT) and APT Investment Trust (APTIT) - and their controlled entities. The securities of APT and APTIT are “stapled” together. The stapled structure provides flexibility for securityholders, allowing part of an APA Group distribution to be paid on a pre-tax basis by APTIT in the form of a distribution of trust income.