A. WALLUMBILLA GLADSTONE PIPELINE
$6 billion acquisition completed and contributing EBITDA.
B. BERWYNDALE WALLUMBILLA PIPELINE
Completed bi-directional capability.
B. WALLUMBILLA COMPRESSION
3 new compressors added.
B. SOUTH WEST QUEENSLAND PIPELINE
Completed bi-directional capability.
Expansion projects support the bourgeoning LNG market.
C. INTEGRATED OPERATIONS CENTRE (IOC)
Opened the national IOC, centralising APA's commercial, technical and operational resources.
D. ROMA BRISBANE PIPELINE
Bi-directional capability due for completion 1Q FY2016.
E. MOOMBA COMPRESSION
3 new compressors installed to provide a major capacity uplift on the South West Queensland Pipeline ahead of the Gladstone LNG project start-ups.
F. MOOMBA SYDNEY PIPELINE
Bi-directional capability due for completion 1Q FY2016 and in-pipe storage services will provide flexibility to customers.
G. MOOMBA SYDNEY PIPELINE SOUTHERN LATERAL
Completed installation of a third compressor at Culcairn to increase capacity.
H. VICTORIAN NORTHERN INTERCONNECT (VNI) EXPANSION
Enhanced capacity by looping 162 km of the VNI.
A fourth multi-service agreement was announced in July 2015 which will require further expansion of the VNI.
I. VICTORIAN TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Various capex projects as prescribed by access arrangements.
Constructed a new compressor station at Winchelsea on APA's South West Pipeline.
J. EASTERN GOLDFIELDS EXPANSION
Commenced construction of the new 293 km transmission pipeline and associated delivery and meter stations. Gas will be transported 1,500 km along 3 APA interconnected pipelines. Commencement date for services is 1 January 2016.
K. GOLDFIELDS GAS PIPELINE EXPANSION
Commenced in 2012, the final phase in this project was completed during the first half of FY2015 with commencement of operations at the new dual unit Turee Creek compressor. Pipeline capacity has increased a total of 28% with the expansion works undertaken on behalf of mining operations in the Pilbara.
L. NT LINK
Continued the feasibility study committed to in FY2014.
APA is 1 of 4 shortlisted bidders by the Northern Territory Government.
M. DIAMANTINA AND LEICHHARDT POWER STATIONS
Completed construction of both power stations which are now fully operational.
1. Roma Brisbane Pipeline
2. Carpentaria Gas Pipeline
3. Berwyndale Wallumbilla Pipeline
4. South West Queensland Pipeline
5. Wallumbilla Gladstone Pipeline
6. Moomba Sydney Pipeline
7. Central West Pipeline
8. Central Ranges Pipeline
9. Victorian Transmission System
10. Dandenong LNG facility
11. SESA Pipeline
12. Amadeus Gas Pipeline
13. Pilbara Pipeline System
14. Goldfields Gas Pipeline (88.2%)
15. Eastern Goldfields Pipeline (under construction)
16. Kalgoorlie Kambalda Pipeline
17. Mid West Pipeline (50%)
18. Parmelia Gas Pipeline
19. Mondarra Gas Storage Facility
20. Emu Downs Wind Farm
21. GDI (EII) Pty Ltd (20%) Allgas Gas distribution network in Queensland
22. SEA Gas Pipeline (50%)
23. Energy Infrastructure Investments (19.9%)
Gas pipelines, electricity transmission, gas-fired power stations and gas processing plants
24. Ethane Pipeline Income Fund (6.1%)
25. EII2 (20.2%) North Brown Hill Wind Farm
26. Diamantina and Leichhardt Power Stations (50%)
As a leader in energy delivery, APA is transforming Australia's dynamic energy sector. Energy is essential to our everyday lives and Australians are fortunate to take for granted 24/7 connection to it. For 15 years, APA has been making sure connections are in place, when and where they are needed now and for the future.
By connecting gas resources to markets, we create opportunities for our customers to more effectively manage their energy portfolios. Our focus is on serving our customers and solving their challenges which generates sustainable growth opportunities for APA.
We add value to our customers' businesses which adds value to their customers' operations. By providing flexible services and solutions, we are able to consistently deliver returns and value to our investors and offer our 1,600 employees a dynamic environment in which to use and further develop their talents.
APA is well positioned to connect, create and grow our stakeholders' interests as we move energy around Australia.
Please go to About APA for more information.
IN THE PIPELINE
2016 - BEYOND
We only look forward at APA as to what opportunities for growth lay ahead, never resting on our laurels of what we've achieved. However, we also believe it's healthy to acknowledge our significant growth and success since listing 15 years ago. That's why our celebratory timeline starts at financial year 2015 - like you, we're keen to see what's next in 2016 and beyond, but we're proud of our achievements over the last 15 years.
MARKET CAP $9.2B
SECURITY PRICE $8.24
Wallumbilla Gladstone Pipeline acquisition, underpinned by
20 year take-or-pay gas transportation agreements. APA's largest acquisition
Diamantina and Leichhardt Power
Stations officially opened, underpinned
long term electricity supply contracts until 2030.
SECURITY PRICE $5.73
2013 - 2011
Maximising the value of APA's portfolio through consolidation and expansion - we're more than the sum of our parts.
Completed acquisition of Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund. Creation of APA's East Coast Grid through the addition of the South West Queensland Pipeline. Emergence of the West Coast Grid with acquisition of Pilbara Pipeline System.
Commenced expansion of APA's compression capacity at the Wallumbilla Gas Hub.
Capacity expansion of the Goldfields Gas Pipeline.
Emu Downs wind farm acquisition in the Perth area energy precinct, underpinned by 20 year electricity supply contracts.
Acquisition of the Amadeus Gas Pipeline in the Northern Territory.
Fivefold capacity expansion of Mondarra Gas Storage Facility in the Perth area energy precinct.
Capacity expansion of the Roma Brisbane Pipeline.
SECURITY PRICE $3.45
2010 - 2009
APA obtained investment grade credit ratings from Standard & Poor's (June 2009) and Moody's (April 2010).
2010 - 2008
Enhanced APA's asset footprint by means of capacity expansion, pipeline development and acquisitions.
Acquired the Berwyndale to Wallumbilla Pipeline.
Established Energy Infrastructure Investments (EII) for APA annuity style assets.
Completed construction of the Bonaparte Gas Pipeline.
Acquired the Central Ranges Pipeline.
2007 - 2006
Start of ongoing acquisition and development of complementary assets for the APA portfolio.
APA fully internalised asset management and operational services.
APA acquired Origin Energy Network (Jun/Jul 2007) assets including interests in SEA Gas Pipeline and the Envestra gas distribution network along with the long term operations and management contract for Envestra assets.
APA completed construction and commissioning of Daandine (Jan 2007) and X41 (Nov 2007) Power Stations.
APA completed construction and commissioning of Kogan North (Mar 2006) and Tipton West (Mar 2007) gas processing facilities.
APA acquired the Murraylink (Mar 2006) and Directlink (May 2007) electricity interconnectors.
Acquisition of the Victorian Transmission System (formerly GasNet).
Acquisition of Allgas gas distribution network in Queensland.
2005 - 2001
Period of acquisition of minority interests in major APA pipelines consolidating our ownership positions across Australia.
Acquired the remaining 30% interest in the Carpentaria Gas Pipeline.
SECURITY PRICE $3.45
Goldfields Gas Pipeline interest increased to 88.2%.
Acquired Mondarra Gas Storage Facility, along with the Parmelia Gas Pipeline.
Acquired the remaining 15% interest in the Roma Brisbane Pipeline.
SECURITY PRICE $2.10
13 JUN 2000
APA was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. Foundation contract was on the only 100% owned Moomba Sydney Pipeline.