Queensland Gas Pipeline

Last updated 27 September 2018

Jemena QGP is committed to providing dependable and competitive gas transportation solutions.  We aim to be the leaders in reliability and availability.

The Queensland Gas Pipeline links the Wallumbilla gas hub in south central Queensland to large industrial gas users in Gladstone and Rockhampton.  Natural gas and coal seam gas enters the pipeline at Wallumbilla and at various receipt points located near gas fields along the pipeline route. The main pipeline was constructed in 1989 by the Queensland State government and commissioned in 1990.

Jemena is committed to the provision of voluntary, non-discriminatory, pipeline access to third parties, operating within a framework that takes into account sound commercial principles and provides a fair and reasonable foundation to meet its shippers’ needs.  Jemena believes that such a commitment is essential to the development of transparent and competitive markets for pipeline services.

Available Capacity

QGP Commercial Information      
Standard Terms & Conditions Click here for QGP Standard Terms & Conditions       
QGP Tariff Schedule Click here for QGP Tariff Schedule
Transportation Services Click here for QGP Transportation Services and Pricing Methodology

We look forward to discussing your gas transportation requirements.  

Contact Us

To discuss your gas transportation needs, please contact Bob Boesten, Commercial Manager Northern Pipelines (03) 9173 7101 or pipelines.commercial@jemena.com.au.

QGP Summary
Pipeline Class Transmission
QGP Map Click here for QGP Schematic Map
Length 627 km
Nameplate Capacity 143 TJ/d from 1st January 2017  
Receipt Points Wallumbilla, Gooimbah, Fairview, Westgrove, Moura   
Delivery Points Gladstone, Rockhampton and Moura
Detailed Facility Information Click here for QGP Detailed Facility Information
Planned Maintenance Schedule Click here for QGP Planned Maintenance Schedule
Available Capacity

Click here for QGP Available Capacity* Outlook

*Firm Forward. Actual available capacity will vary depending on specific Receipt and Delivery Point requirements.

Historical Gas Flows

Click here for QGP Usage and Scheduled Flow and also via the Gas Market Bulletin Board

Operations Manual Click here for QGP Operations Manual
Measurement Manual Click here for QGP Measurement Manual
QGP Non-Discriminatory Access Policy Click here for QGP Non-Discriminatory Access Policy
Technical and Physical Characteristics
Pressure Typically between 7,500 kPa gauge and 10,200 kPa gauge   
Compression 2 Solar Taurus turbine and compressor units at the Rolleston Compressor Station and Banana Compressor Station
Gas Specification Click here for QGP 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.