Kincora to Wallumbilla Pipeline
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The Kincora to Wallumbilla Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from the Kincora gas plant in Queensland to the Roma to Brisbane Pipeline at Wallumbilla, Queensland.
- Operator: Armour Energy
- Parent Company: Armour Energy
- Current Capacity: 30 terajoules per day (27.7 million cubic feet per day)
- Length: 35 Miles / 53 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1977
The pipeline is operated and owned by Armour Energy. In 2012, the Kincora gas plant was decommissioned by its previous owner, Origin Energy, due to declining demand for natural gas. In September 2016 Armour Energy purchased the plant, the pipeline, and other assets in the Kincora gas field from Origin Energy for A$9 million. In September 2017 Armour Energy announced that it had recommissioned the plant and pipeline.
Articles and resources
- Armour starts commercial gas sales from Kincora plant, LNG World News, Oct. 2, 2017
- Kincora Gas Plant back online following compressor outage, Energy News Bulletin, Aug. 27, 2019
- Armour Energy to buy Origin conventional gas in Roma shelf, The Morning Bulletin, Sep. 30, 2015
- Armour Energy brings Kincora gas project Phase 1 on stream, Oil & Gas Journal, Sep. 20, 2017