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There are currently no supply outages on our South Australia network. To report an outage, or if you're unexpectedly without gas supply and want more information, please contact our Gas Supply Faults hotline on 1800 898 220. You can find information on our Covid-19 response here
Supply Outages: To report an outage, or if you're unexpectedly without gas supply and want more information, please contact our Gas Supply Faults hotline on 1800 898 220. Read more about gas outages, leaks, and emergencies.
Coronavirus Update: There is help available for anyone experiencing financial hardship. Your Energy Retailer (who bills you for your gas usage) will have programs available to support you. You can find further details on this here.Dismiss
Australian Gas Networks (AGN) is one of Australia’s largest gas distributors. We own and operate the gas distribution network (gas network) in South Australia and pride ourselves on delivering a safe and reliable supply of natural gas to all our customers.
AGN is one of three companies that came together in 2017 to form Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG). AGIG is one of the largest energy infrastructure businesses in Australia, owning and operating infrastructure that delivers gas to more than two million Australian homes and businesses. AGIG also delivers gas that supports the Australian economy – for power generators, mines and manufactures.
At AGN, we are committed to delivering for our customers today and tomorrow. We have plans to reduce carbon emissions in the gas network by transitioning to 100% renewable gas, so you can keep enjoying gas for cooking, heating and hot water as you do today.
On our distribution networks, we are targeting 10% renewable gas by volume by 2030, and offering 100% renewable gas to new housing estates by no later than 2025. Our aim is to fully decarbonise our distribution networks by 2040 as a stretch target and by no later than 2050.
This is consistent with Australian state and territory ambitions which collectively target being net zero carbon by 2050, and with the ambitions of several states who are explicitly targeting 10% renewable gas in networks by 2030.
You can learn more about Australian Gas Infrastructure Group and Australian Gas Networks by visiting their websites:
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