We own and operate infrastructure that delivers gas to more than two million Australian homes and businesses. We also deliver gas that supports the Australian economy – for power generators, mines, and manufacturers.
Our portfolio of companies delivers for customers across Australia. The combined distribution, transmission and storage assets make AGIG one of the largest gas infrastructure businesses in Australia.
|Location||Number of customers||TJdelivered||Distribution (km)||Transmission (km)|
|South Australia||474,627||30,195TJ delivered in 2022||8,348km
|Victoria||1,456,139||110,199TJ delivered in 2022||22,110km||501km|
|New South Wales
||62,991||5.6341TJ delivered in 2022||2,119km
|Queensland||110,128||6.011TJ delivered in 2022||3,234km||314km|
||1,166||3.301TJ delivered in 2022||39km||601km|
|Western Australia||55 shippers||2,337km
||60PJ gas storage
Note: Penetration rate is an estimate of the percentage of homes connected to the gas in areas served by our networks
Australian Gas Networks (AGN) distribute natural gas to 1.3 million residential, commercial and industrial customers across Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern TerritoryLearn More
The Dampier Bunbury Pipeline (DBP) is WA's key gas transmission pipeline. Stretching almost 1600kms, it transports gas to mining, industrial, commercial and residential customers across Western Australia.Learn More
Multinet distributes natural gas to over 719,000 customers throughout Melbourne's inner and outer east, the Yarra ranges and South Gippsland. The network transports gas to residential, commercial and industrial customers.Learn More
Delivering for Australians
While our gas distribution networks date back almost 150 years, today AGIG includes the operations of the Dampier Bunbury Pipeline (DBP), Australian Gas Networks (AGN) and Multinet Gas Networks (MGN).
Together, we deliver for customers across the gas supply chain – with over 35,000km of distribution networks, more than 4,300km of transmission pipelines and 60 petajoules of storage capacity. We employ approximately 400 employees across Australia with more than 1,600 contractors working on our business.
AGIG is committed to ensuring our remote power customers are delivered the lowest cost of energy. This is achieved through combining renewables, batteries and potentially hydrogen with traditional fuel sources – also providing better carbon outcomes.
Invested in the future
Australian Gas Infrastructure Group is owned by various consortia of private sector entities listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This includes CK Asset Holdings Ltd(CKA), CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd(CKI), Power Assets Holdings Ltd(PAH) and CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd(CKH), all part of the CK Group – a leading global investor in energy and other infrastructure in the UK, Australia and other developed countries.