Our Revised 2020 Plan


Welcome to our Revised 2020 Plan home page

Jemena’s final 2020 Plan submission to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) was made in June 2019. Since then, the AER have come back to us with a draft decision and a number of recommendations to revise our Plan.

What feedback did the AER provide?

We are pleased to note the AER recognised our Plan as ‘well informed’ and underpinned by ‘extensive consumer engagement’. And in doing our bit to drive gas prices down for our customers, we have accepted a number of the AER’s recommendations and revised our Plan accordingly.

How have we amended our Plan in light of AER's recommendations?

Our Plan now includes recommendations to cut our distribution charges to drive savings for natural gas customers in coastal New South Wales of $292 for a typical household over a five year period. These savings increase to $460 over five years for our residential country customers who typically consume more natural gas per household.

For all commercial and industrial customers, we recommend gas distribution charges be cut by an average of 25%. This reduction will deliver savings of $16,295 over five years for a typical large commercial customer.

Other than price, what else does the revised Plan cover?

Our 2020 Plan not only provides this price relief for customers, but also commits to long term investment in our infrastructure to accommodate population and business growth in NSW. Our challenge is to manage the current network effectively while taking into consideration issues such as population growth and increased urbanisation, as well as working toward greener solutions for the future.

What's next?

The AER will issue its final decision on our Plan on 30 April 2020. The new price structure will become effective from 1 July 2020.


Welcome to our Revised 2020 Plan home page

Jemena’s final 2020 Plan submission to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) was made in June 2019. Since then, the AER have come back to us with a draft decision and a number of recommendations to revise our Plan.

What feedback did the AER provide?

We are pleased to note the AER recognised our Plan as ‘well informed’ and underpinned by ‘extensive consumer engagement’. And in doing our bit to drive gas prices down for our customers, we have accepted a number of the AER’s recommendations and revised our Plan accordingly.

How have we amended our Plan in light of AER's recommendations?

Our Plan now includes recommendations to cut our distribution charges to drive savings for natural gas customers in coastal New South Wales of $292 for a typical household over a five year period. These savings increase to $460 over five years for our residential country customers who typically consume more natural gas per household.

For all commercial and industrial customers, we recommend gas distribution charges be cut by an average of 25%. This reduction will deliver savings of $16,295 over five years for a typical large commercial customer.

Other than price, what else does the revised Plan cover?

Our 2020 Plan not only provides this price relief for customers, but also commits to long term investment in our infrastructure to accommodate population and business growth in NSW. Our challenge is to manage the current network effectively while taking into consideration issues such as population growth and increased urbanisation, as well as working toward greener solutions for the future.

What's next?

The AER will issue its final decision on our Plan on 30 April 2020. The new price structure will become effective from 1 July 2020.