The Roma Brisbane Pipeline (RBP) (also known as the Wallumbilla to Brisbane Pipeline) is a transmission pipeline owned and operated by APA Group through its wholly owned subsidiary APT Petroleum Pipelines Pty Limited.
The RBP was constructed in 1969. It transports gas between the Wallumbilla supply hub (near Roma), Brisbane and regional centres along its route. Gas is sourced from gas fields (conventional gas and coal seam gas) in the Bowen-Surat basin via the Wallumbilla supply hub, the Kogan North gas plant and the Peat lateral pipeline. These last two receipt points are located part way along the length of the pipeline. The mainline of the RBP is 438 km in length and is fully looped (duplicated). The Brisbane metro section of the pipeline is partially looped. The Peat lateral which was constructed in 2001 is 121 km in length. In 2015, the RBP was upgraded to provide bi-directional flow, allowing gas to be transported from coal seam gas fields located part way along the length of the pipeline to flow to the Wallumbilla gas supply hub.
The RBP (mainline and Peat lateral) was a covered pipeline and regulated by the ACCC under the Gas Code. It is now subject to full regulation under the NGR by the AER.