QLD: Condamine to Braemar Pipeline

QLD: Condamine to Braemar Pipeline

The Condamine to Braemar Pipeline (also known as the Braemar pipeline or the Braemar Linepack Connection) is a transmission pipeline located in southeast Queensland. The pipeline is owned and operated by Alinta Energy.

The pipeline is approximately 150km in length, and has a diameter of 406.4 mm. 

The Condamine to Braemar Pipeline connects Alinta’s Braemar power station to the APA Group’s compressor station at Condamine. 

The Condamine to Braemar Pipeline is currently a non-scheme pipeline, and is subject to the access regime for non-scheme pipelines under Chapter 6A of the NGL and Part 10 of the NGR. On 14 December 2017, the AER granted a five-year category 2 exemption under Part 10 of the NGR for the Condamine to Braemar Pipeline. 

Construction on the pipeline was completed in March 2006.

Pipeline details







Addtional Regulation:

Category 2


Alinta Energy


Alinta Energy


150 km

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Title Date Documents
AER Letter to Alinta re Exemption Application - Condamine to Braemar Pipeline 2017-12-14 Part 23 decision
AER letter to Alinta re pipeline exemptions dated 30 November 2022 2022-11-30 Part 23 decision
Condamine to Braemar Pipeline overview map 2017-12-14 Pipeline description
QLD gas maps 2017-12-14 Pipeline description
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