Since listing in 2000, APA has significantly grown its portfolio of energy assets. Starting with an interest in approximately 7,000 kilometres of transmission pipelines and transporting around one quarter of the gas used in Australia, APA today owns and operates over 15,000 kilometres of pipelines and 27,000 kilometres of gas distribution mains and pipelines, alongside gas storage facilities, gas-fired power stations, and wind and solar farms. APA currently transports more than half the natural gas used in Australia.
June — As an offshoot of AGL, The Australian Pipeline Trust listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
February — Acquired remaining 15 per cent interest in the Roma Brisbane Pipeline.
August — Acquired CMS Energy Corporation’s Western Australian assets, including the Parmelia Gas Pipeline and the Mondarra Gas Storage Facility. APA's interest in the Goldfields Gas Pipeline increased to 88.2 per cent.
February — Acquired the remaining 30 per cent interest in the Carpentaria Gas Pipeline.
March — Completed construction and commissioning of Kogan North gas processing facility.
— Acquired Murraylink electricity interconnector, in Victoria.
December — Acquired the Allgas gas distribution business (Queensland) and completed the acquisition of GasNet Australia (Victoria).
March — Completed construction and commissioning of the Daandine Power Station (Queensland), acquired Directlink electricity interconnector (New South Wales) and completed construction of the Tipton West gas processing facility (Queensland).
July — Acquired the Origin Energy Networks assets, including one-third interest in the SEA Gas Pipeline.
November — Completed construction and commissioning of the 30-megawatt X41 Power Station at Mount Isa.
August — Acquired the 295-kilometre Central Ranges Pipeline in northern NSW.
December — Completed construction of the 287-kilometre Bonaparte Gas Pipeline in the Northern Territory.
October — EII2 consortium purchased the North Brown Hill wind farm in South Australia.
March — Acquired the Berwyndale Wallumbilla Pipeline in Queensland.
July — Announced expansion of the Mondarra Gas Storage Facility (Western Australia) to over five times its previous capacity, acquired the 1,630-kilometre Amadeus Gas Pipeline (Northern Territory) and acquired the 80-megawatt Emu Downs Wind Farm (Western Australia).
October — With AGL, announced the joint development of a 242-megawatt gas-fired power station in Mount Isa (Diamantina Power Station) following the signing of a long-term customer agreement to 2030.
November — Announced construction of the Leichhardt Power Station, adjacent to the Diamantina Power Station site in Mount Isa.
December — Commissioned the Diamantina and Leichhardt Power Stations, jointly owned by APA and AGL.
June — Finalised acquisition of the Wallumbilla Gladstone Pipeline.
November — Completed construction and commissioning of the 293-kilometre Eastern Goldfields Pipeline in Western Australia.
March — Acquired the remaining 50 per cent of the Diamantina Power Station.
June — Entered into 15-year agreement with Gruyere Gold Project to construct, own and operate the new 198-kilometre Yamarna Gas Pipeline in Western Australia's Eastern Goldfields.
August — Signed agreement with Dacian Gold to deliver gas to power its Mt Morgans Gold Project, 750 kilometres northeast of Perth.
October — Acquired Orbost Gas Processing Plant in Victoria.
January — Upon the retirement of Leonard Bleasal, Michael Fraser joined APA as its new Chairman of the Board.
— Refreshed the suite of gas pipeline services available on APA's East Coast and Central Region gas transmission assets to provide customers with more options and additional flexibility.
March — Emu Downs Solar Farm, located 200 kilometres north of Perth, is officially opened. The 20-megawatt farm comprises 75,168 panels on approximately 70 hectares.
July — Upon the retirement of Mick McCormack, Rob Wheals took over as CEO and Managing Director of APA Group.
November — Officially opened the Darling Downs Solar Farm, near Dalby in the Western Downs Region of Queensland. The farm includes almost 430,000 panels spread over approximately 250 hectares.
May — Received $1.1 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) for a renewable methane pilot project to be developed with partner Southern Green Gas.
November — Announced the $460 million Northern Goldfields Interconnect, a 580-kilometre, 12-inch pipeline in Western Australia to connect emerging gas fields in the Perth Basin to the resource rich Goldfields region, forming an interconnected WA Gas Grid.
February — Launched Pathfinder to unlock next generation energy solutions, comprising pilot projects, equity investments, and research and development.
— Progressing towards a sustainable future by announcing an ambition to achieve net zero operations (Scope 1 and 2) emissions by 2050.
March — Commissioned the Thomson Power Station, a third gas-fired power station in Mount Isa, strengthening the energy security of the North West Minerals Province of Queensland.
May — Commenced 25% expansion of East Coast Grid.