Northern Gas Pipeline
Last updated 12 April 2021
The Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) is a key component of 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.
The Northern Gas Pipeline (NGP) is a 622km gas transmission pipeline between Tennant Creek (NT) and Mount Isa (Qld). It is owned and operated by Jemena Northern Gas Pipeline Pty Ltd. The NGP, which links the formerly separate northern and eastern gas markets, started commercial operations in January 2019.
The main purpose of the NGP is to provide a pathway to transport gas from production facilities in the Northern Territory to demand centres in Mount Isa and eastern Australian states. It is an example of Jemena's continued commitment to providing dependable and competitive gas transportation solutions.
Jemena is committed to the provision of voluntary, non-discriminatory, pipeline access to third parties. We operate within a framework that takes into account sound commercial principles, and provides a fair and reasonable foundation to meet shippers’ needs. Jemena believes that such a commitment is essential to the development of transparent and competitive markets for pipeline services.
Local and Indigenous participation have been key considerations for Jemena throughout the planning, construction, commissioning and operation of the NGP. Please view this document for more information on on how Jemena has, and continues to engage with Northern Territory businesses and stakeholders.
To discuss your gas transportation needs, please contact Nerise Cook, Commercial Manager, Queensland Assets & NGP, on (03) 9173 8437 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
||Click here for NGP Schematic map
||Warrego (KP 0)
||Mount Isa (KP 622)
At Receipt Point: Between 5,000 kPa gauge and 9,650 kPa gauge
At Delivery Point: Between 6,500 kPa gauge and 14,800 kPa gauge
The Phillip Creek Compressor Station includes a Nitrogen Removal Unit to strip the gas of nitrogen to ensure NT Gas meets East Coast market specifications.
2 Solar Taurus turbine compressor units at the Phillip Creek Compressor Station.
2 Solar Taurus turbine compressor units at the Mount Isa Compressor Station to support delivery onto the CGP.
|Planned Mainenance Schedule
||Click here for NGP Planned Maintenance Schedule
||Click here for NGP Measurement Manual
|Non-Discriminatory Access Policy
||Click here for Non-Discriminatory Access Policy
|Technical and Physical Characteristics
||Click here for NGP Gas Specification
Pursuant to Rule 558 of the National Gas Rules, the User Access Guide can be found here.
The information contained in these pages is current as at the date of publication and will remain current for the foreseeable future, or until the stated date where noted next to information that requires periodic update.