Many people are worried about the cost and reliability of energy.
As a major supplier of energy, AGL is working hard to address those concerns, partly by making big investments in renewable energy, but also by making sure Australians have enough gas, at the best possible prices.
We’ve looked at the options for increasing gas supplies and that’s why we’re looking into transporting Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) from interstate and overseas, receiving it at an import jetty and injecting it into the pipeline transportation system to serve homes and workplaces in south-eastern Australia.
After assessing sites in NSW, SA and Victoria, Crib Point has been identified as our preferred option.
Read the media release.
Read the fact sheet.
Project update 2
Approval to move ahead with pipeline consultation
Pipeline consultation plan submitted to DELWP
When: Tuesday 27 March, 6pm to 8pm
Where: Hastings Hall, 3 High Street Hastings
This event will be attended by the specialist who completed the technical reports for the FSRU operation. There will be no formal presentation, rather it is an opportunity for people with an interest in understanding the more detailed aspects of the technical reports in terms of modelling methodology, impact assessments and regulatory obligations to ask questions of the experts who produced the reports.
When: Wednesday 4 April 2018 6pm to 8pm
Where: Hastings Community Hall, 3 High Street Hastings
AGL will provide a general presentation on the project followed by a question and answer session. AGL’s safety and security team will be in attendance to provide advice on the project’s safety arrangements.
Got a question or want to have your say? We’re keen to hear from you.