Headquarters: Sydney, NSW, Australia
CEO: Mr. Robert Anthony Wheals C.A., B.Com., BCom, CA, GAICD, MAICD
AUD as of April 1, 2022
APA Group is a company that owns and operates natural gas and electricity assets throughout Australia. Besides managing 15,000 kilometers of natural gas pipelines across Australia, APA Group is also involved in gas storage facilities, gas-fired power stations, and wind farms.
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APA Group develops, owns, and operates natural gas transportation and energy infrastructure in Australia. The company operates through three segments: Energy Infrastructure, Asset Management, and Energy Investments. It operates natural gas pipelines, gas storage facilities, gas processing facilities, gas compression facilities, electricity transmission, electricity interconnectors, and renewable and gas fired power generation assets; and operates solar farms and wind farms. The company has interests in approximately 15,000 kilometers of gas transmission pipelines; approximately 25,700 kilometers of gas mains and pipelines; and 1.4 million gas consumer connections. It also provides commercial, operating, and asset maintenance services to its energy investments and third parties; and invests in unlisted entities. APA Group was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
APA Group is a company in Australia which owns and operates natural gas and electricity assets. It is Australia's largest natural gas infrastructure business. It is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Pipelines owned or operated by APA Group include: Electricity transmission assets include: Power stations owned by APA Group include: APA is the developer and operator for a pipeline between the proposed AGL Energy gas import terminal at Crib Point and the existing gas transmission network at Pakenham southeast of Melbourne.
Source: Wikipedia, retrieved on April 15, 2021, 8 p.m.