Atlas Gas Pipeline Project

The Atlas Gas Pipeline Project (Atlas) plays an important part in delivering Jemena’s Northern Growth Strategy, which seeks to build an interconnected supply chain of energy delivery assets in northern Australia through targeted acquisitions and greenfield developments.

Jemena is working with Senex Energy and the Queensland Government to strengthen the security of gas supply for the domestic east coast gas market.

The Atlas Gas Pipeline Project will transport gas from the Atlas Gas Field – the first domestic gas acreage from the Queensland Government – to the domestic east coast gas market via Jemena’s Darling Downs Pipeline.

The Atlas Gas Pipeline Project is a 60 kilometre long, buried gas pipeline between Senex Energy’s Atlas Gas Field, west of Wandoan, and Jemena’s Darling Downs Pipeline, and includes a compressor station, located close to the Atlas Gas Field.

Construction will be undertaken this year, with commissioning of the project expected by the end of 2019.

Jemena will work closely with the local community to ensure they are informed as Jemena develops the Atlas Gas Pipeline Project.

Map of the Atlas Gas Pipeline Project

You can view a map of the route here (PDF).

Jobs and contracts

Jemena is in the construction phase of this project.

Jemena has chosen Valmec to build the AGP compressor station. Please contact Valmec for more information.

Jemena has chosen Spiecapag as its pipeline construction contractor.

Please visit Spiecapag’s website for more information and for job opportunities.If you are interested in working on the Atlas Project, please contact us.

If you are interested in other opportunities with Jemena, please visit our careers page.

If you are interested in viewing current tender opportunities with Jemena, including for the Atlas Gas Pipeline Project, visit this page.

Businesses in the Project area and those seeking more information on opportunities on the Atlas Project, please contact us.


For Jemena news, including news on the AGP, please visit our newsroom.

Contact us

Phone: 1300 081 989