Scheme Register

The National Gas Law (NGL) and the National Gas Rules (NGR) came into effect on 1 July 2008 in all jurisdictions except Western Australia. On 1 January 2010, Western Australia became a participating jurisdiction under the National Gas Law (to the extent set out in the National Gas Access (WA) Act 2009). The NGR requires that the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) establish and maintain a register of all pipelines that are, or have been, subject to any form of regulation or exemption from regulation under the NGL or the National Third Party Access Code for Natural Gas Pipelines (the 'old scheme').

The Regulator for all pipelines except WA pipelines, is the Australian Energy Regulator. The Regulator for the WA pipelines is the Economic Regulation Authority.

Map of Australia's major pipeline system.

Map source:  Pipeline Publications and the Australian Pipeline Industry Association.

To contact the scheme register or provide information to it, please email scheme.register@aemc.gov.au.

A copy of the scheme register is available for inspection at the AEMC's office in Sydney during business hours.

 

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TitleTypeOwner/OperatorComments
NSW: Eastern Gas Pipeline Transmission Jemena Coverage revoked 4 May 2001
NSW: Envestra (Albury) Gas Network Distribution Australian Gas Networks Covered
SA: SEAGas Pipeline Transmission South East Australia Gas Pty Limited Not covered
VIC: East Gippsland System Distribution Eastcoast Gas Pty Ltd Not covered
VIC: Envestra (Vic) Gas Network Distribution Australian Gas Networks Covered
VIC: Loddon Murray Region System Distribution Tender Not covered
VIC: Mildura Distribution System Distribution Australian Gas Networks Coverage revoked 27 December 2002
VIC: Multinet Gas Distribution Network Distribution DUET Group Covered
VIC: SP AusNet Distribution Network Distribution SP AusNet Covered
VIC: Victorian Transmission System Transmission APA Group (APA) Covered