roma brisbane pipeline
APA owns and operates the Roma Brisbane Pipeline (RBP), an important link in our East Coast Grid.
Please contact us on 07 3323 6027 to discuss your requirements and how we may be able to meet them.
The 438km RBP transports natural gas between the Wallumbilla gas hub, near Roma, and Brisbane and regional centres in between. The associated 121km Peat lateral pipeline connects the Peat and Scotia gas fields to the RBP mainline at Arubial. The RBP is bi-directional.
The RBP, including the Peat lateral, is a covered pipeline under the access regime of the National Gas Law and the National Gas Rules, and has a full access arrangement.
Australian Energy Regulator (AER)
The 2016/17 regulated RBP tariff for the Reference Service is as follows:
As at 1 July 2016
Capacity Reservation Rate: $0.6505 per GJ of MDQ
Throughput Rate: $0.0436 per GJ
As an Access Arrangement review is currently underway, the tariffs in effect at 1 July 2016 remain unchanged until approved by the AER.
Note: All Tariffs exclude GST
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Pipeline capacity may be available for the provision of services such as ‘Firm’, ‘As Available’ or ‘Interruptible’ services, depending on shipper needs
The RBP capacity register can be found here
Information on capacity is also available on the National Gas Market Bulletin Board, www.gasbb.com.au, which is updated daily.
The capacity of the RBP can be expanded through additional compression, which would result in a capacity of up to approximately 300 TJ/d for transport services.
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