tamworth gas distribution network
APA owns and operates the natural gas distribution network in Tamworth, New South Wales. Gas retailers use this network to transport gas sourced by them to customers connected to APA’s network. Some large industrial gas users may also use the network to transport gas sourced independently of a retailer.
On this page we present information for energy retailers and large gas users who wish to use the network to transport gas for which they have contracted supply independently of a gas retailer.
Information for customers of gas retailers can be found by clicking here.
Information for Gas Retailers and Large Industrial Gas Users
Information for energy retailers and large gas users who wish to use the network to transport gas for which they have contracted supply independently of a gas retailer.
The Central Ranges Network consists of approximately 230 kilometres of gas distribution network in Tamworth.
The Central Ranges Network takes gas from the Central Ranges Pipeline at the Tamworth Receiving Station. Subject to adequate pressure on the Central West Pipeline and Central Ranges Pipeline, the capacity of the Tamworth Receiving Station is 4.56TJ/day.
A map of the Tamworth network can be found here.
Access policies, including a description of the services offered, are included in the (expired) access arrangement below.
The CRP Network is a non-scheme pipeline.
It has been granted a category 3 exemption (average throughput less than 10TJ/day) from aspects of the information disclosure and reporting requirements under Part 23 of the National Gas Rules.
Tariffs are derived using the access arrangement tariff variation methodology from the tariffs last approved by the AER.
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