Plan for WA gas pipeline may save $74 million

A new plan for the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline aims at lowering costs and revenue whilst maintaining safety and reliability of supply for Western Australians.

The pipeline – part of the Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) links the gas fields in the state’s north-west directly to mining, industrial, and commercial customers.

AGIG’s Chief Customer Officer, Andrew Staniford, said the Draft Plan outlines DBNGP activities and expenditure proposed to be undertaken from 2021 through to 2025.

Mr Staniford said the Plan proposes a $74 million cut in total expenditure, and a $130 million cut in revenue compared to the previous planning period.

“What we are proposing is to lower our costs by 11 per cent and reduce our revenue by 7 per cent, without compromising on safety, reliability or service. We believe this is good news for customers, and for Western Australia,” Mr Staniford said.

The Draft Plan has been prepared in consultation with customers and stakeholders to ensure it is in the long-term interests of customers.

“We have directly engaged with customers to shape this Draft Plan which we have released for consultation six months ahead of lodging our Final Plan formally with the regulator,” Mr Staniford said.

“The feedback we have already received from our customers told us that price and the reliability of our service are fundamental for fueling economic growth in Western Australia. We have listened and we are keeping costs down, while continuing to deliver on customer expectations for service.

“The Draft Plan provides an opportunity for our customers and stakeholders to understand and comment further on our detailed approach before we submit our Final Plan to the Economic Regulation Authority,” Mr Staniford said.


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