Our assets

Our portfolio includes more than 4,000 MW of coal, hydro and gas generation across Queensland, which we can leverage to support the provision of secure and reliable electricity.

Generation assets

A. STANWELL POWER STATION, Central Queensland – 1,460 MW (coal)
B. TARONG POWER STATIONS, Southern Queensland – 1,843 MW (coal)
C. SWANBANK E POWER STATION, South East Queensland – 385 MW (gas)
D. MACKAY GAS TURBINE, Central Queensland – 34 MW (diesel)
E. MICA CREEK POWER STATION, North West Queensland – 115 MW (gas)
F. KAREEYA HYDRO, Far North Queensland – 88 MW (hydro)
G. BARRON GORGE HYDRO, Far North Queensland – 66 MW (hydro)
H. KOOMBOOLOOMBA HYDRO, Far North Queensland – 7.3 MW (hydro)
I. WIVENHOE SMALL HYDRO, South East Queensland – 4.3 MW (hydro)

Coal assets

J. MEANDU MINE, Southern Queensland – long-term coal supply to the Tarong Power Stations
K. KUNIOON COAL RESOURCE, Southern Queensland – potential future fuel supply for the Tarong Power Stations
L. CURRAGH NORTH MINE, Central Queensland – long-term agreement with Coronado Curragh which provides low-cost coal to Stanwell Power Station, and a revenue stream for coal exports
M. MINERAL DEVELOPMENT LICENCE 306, Central Queensland – coal resource located near the Curragh North Mine

Water assets

N. KOOMBOOLOOMBA DAM, Far North Queensland – captures water for use at Koombooloomba Hydro and Kareeya Hydro power stations

Gas assets

O. KOGAN NORTH JOINT VENTURE, South East Queensland – provides up to four petajoules per annum of gas to Swanbank E Power Station via the Roma to Brisbane Gas Pipeline
P. ROMA TO BRISBANE GAS PIPELINE – contracted capacity of 52 terrajoules per day
Q. COMET RIDGE AGREEMENT, Central Queensland – option to secure long-term gas or to exit agreement for an agreed payment to Stanwell of $20 million