SEA Gas is a partnership owned by both APA Group, an ASX top 50 company, and REST, an industry superannuation fund with over 2,000,000 members
We own and operate the high pressure natural gas pipeline system connecting Port Campbell, Mortlake and Adelaide
The SEA Gas team brings together experienced personnel from across the energy industry
Our pipeline system encompasses an energy corridor that services regions in Victoria and South Australia
Highlights of our recent history
Important Safety and Environmental questions are answered here
Available services for prospective customers wishing to access the SEA Gas pipeline system
Services currently available on the SEA Gas pipeline system
Geographical and technical details on the SEA Gas and Mortlake pipeline systems
Pipeline Service Usage, Availability and Financial Information
SEA Gas was established in 2002 to develop, own and operate the 700km underground high pressure natural gas pipeline transmission system from Port Campbell in Victoria, connecting the Otway and Bass Basins, to Adelaide in South Australia.
Available services for prospective customers wishing to access the SEA Gas pipeline system.
SEA Gas aspires to leading standards for public, employee and contractor safety, while valuing sustainability in its approach to environmental management.
SEA Gas works with landholders and its stakeholders to bring energy to the community.