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Australian Gas Networks

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Australian Gas Networks is one of Australia’s largest natural gas distribution companies.

It owns approximately 23 000 kilometres of natural gas distribution networks and more than 1100 kilometres of transmission pipelines through which it delivers gas to over 1.2 million consumers in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory.

Australian Gas Networks contracts APA Asset Management Limited to operate, maintain and expand its distribution networks.

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ElectraNet provides energy and infrastructure solutions across Australia.

A private company, it owns and operates over $2.5 billion of electricity transmission assets that transport electricity over long distances and to remote areas. A critical part of the electricity supply chain, ElectraNet’s transmission network delivers safe and reliable electricity supply.

ElectraNet supports the continued development of renewable energy projects and other generation investment, and plays an active role in ensuring that the transmission network is prepared for the changing way electricity is generated and consumed into the future. ElectraNet is the largest connector of wind generation in Australia.

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SA Power Networks

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SA Power Networks is South Australia’s electricity distributor, delivering electricity to more than 845,000 customers via a network comprising about 400 zone substations, 720,000 Stobie poles and 88,000 kilometers of power lines.

SA Power Networks also provides extensive construction, maintenance and asset management services to the competitive market.

With about 2,200 employees throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia, SA Power Networks is one of the State’s largest companies.

SA Power Networks is 51% owned by Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Power Assets Holdings Limited, which form part of the Cheung Kong Group of companies. The remaining 49% is owned by Spark Infrastructure, which is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.

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