South West Queensland Pipeline
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The South West Queensland Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.
The pipeline runs from Moomba, South Australia to the Ballera gas processing plant in Ballera, Queensland, and from there to the Wallumbilla hub in Roma, Queensland.
- Operator: APA Group
- Parent Company: APA Group
- Current Capacity: 404 terajoules per day (373.6 million cubic feet per day)
- Length: 582 miles / 937 kilometers
- Status: Operating
- Start Year: 1996
The pipeline is owned and operated by APA Group. Built in 1996 to carry gas from gas in a west to east direction from the Ballera gas processing plant in south west Queensland to the Wallumbilla supply hub, the pipeline was expanded in 2008 with the 182-km QSN Link to Moomba. In 2014, the pipeline was reconfigured to be bidirectional.