Riverland Gas (Angaston–Berri) is a 237km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Australian Pipeline Trust. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 5 inches, starts at South Australia (Australia) and ends in South Australia (Australia).
The Riverland Gas (Angaston–Berri) project started operations in 1994 and is owned by Australian Gas Networks.
The Riverland Gas (Angaston–Berri) project is associated with the 149km Mildura.
About Australian Pipeline Trust
Australian Pipeline Trust (Australian Pipeline) is a gas transportation company, based in Australia. The company operates through natural gas infrastructure business. It carries out its business activities such as ownership, management and operation of natural gas transmission and distribution assets across Australia. The company had a portfolio of pipelines across four states, with an interest in 7,700km of pipelines. Australian Pipeline’s gas networks cover users in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Oakey, and Toowoomba in Queensland, and Tamworth in New South Wales. It has an interest in over 12,000 km of pipelines and 23,000 km of distribution networks, and transports natural gas used in Australia. Australian Pipeline is headquartered in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
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