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Amadeus Gas Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from the Amadeus Basin in the south of the Northern Territory to Darwin, in the north, and carries natural gas to Darwin, Alice Springs and other regional centers.
- Parent company: APA Group
- Capacity: 113.74 million cubic feet per day / 120 terajoules per day
- Length: 1629 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start year: 1986
The Amadeus Pipeline is owned and operated by APA Group. It is approximately 1629 kilometers in length, including the Mereenie spurline, Tennant Creek and Katherine laterals, and the Pine Creek outlet.
Capacity expansion for Beetaloo Basin
In the 2021 Australian National Gas Infrastructure Plan (NGIP), a major component of unlocking Beetaloo Basin natural gas resources is building the Beetaloo Lateral Pipeline, and along with it, a 350-terajoule-per-day expansion of either the Amadeus Gas Pipeline, the Northern Gas Pipeline, or the Carpentaria Gas Pipeline. There were no details on potential ownership, though the plan mentions the need for such infrastructure to be in place by 2025.
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- Capacity: 350 terajoules per day
- Length: 0 new kilometers
- Status: Proposed
- Start year: 2025
Articles and resources
- Amadeus Gas Pipeline, APA, accessed February 2018
- Amadeus Gas Pipeline Access Arrangement Revision Proposal, Australian Energy Regulator, Aug. 2015, accessed Aug. 10, 2021.
- NT: Amadeus Gas Pipeline, Australian Energy Market Commission, accessed Feb. 2018
- "Australia 2021 National Gas Infrastructure Plan". Australia Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources. Retrieved 2021-01-03.