Roma (Wallumbilla) to Brisbane Pipeline - Access arrangement 2022–27

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Commencement date: 
1 July 2020
Regulatory period: 
1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (5 years)
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Contact: 
General enquiries - Roma to Brisbane access arrangement RBP2022@aer.gov.au
AER reference: 
AER201614

Overview

APT Petroleum Pipelines Pty Limited (APTPPL) owns and operates the gas transmission Roma to Brisbane Pipeline (RBP). The National Gas Law (NGL) and National Gas Rules (NGR) provide the regulatory framework governing gas networks. As with other covered pipelines, we regulate APTPPL's reference tariffs – and through this, its revenue – under an approved access arrangement.

On 1 July 2021 APTPPL submitted its RBP access arrangement proposal for the five-year period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2027 (2022–27 period).

On 4 August 2021 we held an online forum to allow stakeholders and interested parties to ask questions about the RBP proposal and published the presentations. Interested stakeholders were also invited to make submissions to us in response to the RBP proposal by 18 August 2021. 

On 26 November 2021 the AER published its draft decision on the RBP proposal.

By 14 January 2022 APTPPL has the opportunity to submit a revised RBP proposal to us in response to our draft decision.

By 18 February 2022 interested stakeholders are invited to make written submissions to us on our draft decision and the revised RBP proposal (once submitted). Details on how to make a submission are set out below.

Find out more about the key milestones in the decision making process.

Have your say

The AER invites interested stakeholders to make written submissions to us on our draft decision on the RBP 2022–27 gas access arrangement proposal by the close of business on Friday 18 February 2022