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Yes, APA Group started paying dividends in 2009. The company has since distributed dividends every year in March and September, with the exception of 2013 when no payments were made.
Yes, historically APA Group has offered a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) as an alternative to receiving cash dividends on APA Group ordinary securities.
|29 Jun 2021||$0.2700||0.00%||Final||15 Sep 2021|
|30 Dec 2020||$0.2400||0.00%||Interim||17 Mar 2021|
|29 Jun 2020||$0.2700||31.59%||Final||16 Sep 2020|
|30 Dec 2019||$0.2300||37.04%||Interim||11 Mar 2020|
|27 Jun 2019||$0.2550||33.45%||Final||11 Sep 2019|
|28 Dec 2018||$0.2150||34.74%||Interim||13 Mar 2019|
|28 Jun 2018||$0.2400||37.21%||Final||12 Sep 2018|
|28 Dec 2017||$0.2100||27.76%||Interim||14 Mar 2018|
|29 Jun 2017||$0.2300||20.30%||Final||13 Sep 2017|
|29 Dec 2016||$0.2050||22.78%||Interim||15 Mar 2017|
|29 Jun 2016||$0.2250||0.00%||Final||16 Sep 2016|
|29 Dec 2015||$0.1900||0.00%||Interim||16 Mar 2016|
|26 Jun 2015||$0.2050||11.61%||16 Sep 2015|
|22 Dec 2014||$0.1750||0.00%||18 Mar 2015|
|26 Jun 2014||$0.1875||0.00%||10 Sep 2014|
|21 Dec 2012||$0.1700||0.00%||Interim||13 Mar 2013|
|25 Jun 2012||$0.1800||0.00%||Final||14 Sep 2012|
|22 Dec 2011||$0.1700||0.00%||Interim||15 Mar 2012|
|24 Jun 2011||$0.1790||61.84%||Final||15 Sep 2011|
|23 Dec 2010||$0.1650||19.70%||Interim||17 Mar 2011|
|24 Jun 2010||$0.1700||66.82%||Final||15 Sep 2010|
|23 Dec 2009||$0.1575||56.25%||Interim||17 Mar 2010|
|24 Jun 2009||$0.1600||82.88%||Final||15 Sep 2009|
|02 Mar 2009||$0.1500||60.00%||Interim||27 Mar 2009|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
APA Group (ASX: APA) is a leading Australian energy infrastructure business that has connected energy for Australians since 2000. APA Group owns and/or operates a portfolio of energy infrastructure assets worth around $21 billion.
With this, the company has more than 15,000km of gas transmission pipelines and 4,000km of distribution networks, delivering approximately half of the nation’s gas usage. APA Group also owns wind and solar farms, gas storage facilities and gas-fired power stations.
Since listing on the ASX in 2000, APA Group has built a strong track record of sustainable growth and steady dividends.
|27 Jan 2022||$9.60||$0.16||1.69%||5,606,260||$9.59||$9.84||$9.53|
|25 Jan 2022||$9.44||$-0.13||-1.36%||2,711,454||$9.50||$9.52||$9.34|
|24 Jan 2022||$9.57||$-0.06||-0.62%||2,394,969||$9.50||$9.70||$9.49|
|21 Jan 2022||$9.63||$-0.24||-2.43%||2,839,339||$9.82||$9.82||$9.56|
|20 Jan 2022||$9.87||$-0.11||-1.10%||2,519,972||$9.94||$10.07||$9.84|
|19 Jan 2022||$9.98||$-0.02||-0.20%||2,339,272||$9.95||$10.05||$9.92|
|18 Jan 2022||$10.00||$-0.09||-0.89%||1,656,776||$10.15||$10.19||$9.97|
|17 Jan 2022||$10.09||$0.02||0.20%||1,174,653||$10.01||$10.20||$10.01|
|14 Jan 2022||$10.07||$-0.03||-0.30%||1,072,389||$10.00||$10.10||$9.99|
|13 Jan 2022||$10.10||$0.09||0.90%||1,385,800||$10.05||$10.14||$9.97|
|12 Jan 2022||$10.01||$0.04||0.40%||1,430,737||$10.00||$10.09||$9.95|
|11 Jan 2022||$9.97||$-0.06||-0.60%||1,738,278||$9.95||$10.05||$9.92|
|10 Jan 2022||$10.03||$-0.16||-1.57%||1,321,137||$10.07||$10.11||$9.96|
|07 Jan 2022||$10.19||$0.17||1.70%||1,380,906||$10.15||$10.22||$10.09|
|06 Jan 2022||$10.02||$-0.17||-1.67%||1,310,436||$10.11||$10.19||$10.02|
|05 Jan 2022||$10.19||$0.01||0.10%||1,618,991||$10.25||$10.30||$10.19|
|04 Jan 2022||$10.18||$0.12||1.19%||2,048,508||$10.16||$10.28||$10.11|
|31 Dec 2021||$10.06||$-0.19||-1.85%||1,778,528||$10.24||$10.25||$10.06|
|30 Dec 2021||$10.25||$-0.18||-1.73%||2,774,097||$10.21||$10.25||$10.07|
|10 Nov 2021||Robert (Rob) Wheals||Issued||270||$2,384,592||
Issue of securities. 703,328 - Performance Rights
|27 May 2021||Steven (Steve) Crane||Sell||100||$931,930||
|08 Apr 2021||Rhoda Phillippo||Buy||2||$20,300||
|18 Mar 2021||Rhoda Phillippo||Buy||2||$19,600||
|Ms Shirley Eleanor In't Veld||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2018||
Ms In't Veld has expertise and experience in the energy, mining and renewables sectors. Shirley is currently a Non-Executive Director with Alumina Limited, Venturex Resources Limited and NBN Co Limited. She was formerly Deputy Chair of CSIRO, a Non-Executive Director of Northern Star Resources Limited, Perth Airport, DUET Group, Asciano Limited, Alcoa of Australia Limited and a Council Member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia. She was also the Managing Director of Verve Energy (2007 - 2012) and, before that, she worked for 10 years in senior roles at Alcoa of Australia Limited, WMC Resources Ltd, Bond Corporation and BankWest. In 2014, she was Chairman of the Queensland Government Expert Electricity Panel and a member of the Renewable Energy Target Review Panel for the Department of Prime Minister and of Prime Minister and Cabinet and, was until recently, a Council member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (WA) and an Advisory Board member of the SMART Infrastructure Facility (University of Wollongong). Shirley is the Chair of the Health, Safety, Environment and Heritage Committee and a member of the People Committee.
|Mr Steven (Steve) Crane||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2011||
Mr Crane has over 40 years experience in the financial services industry. His background is in investment banking, having previously been Chief Executive Officer of ABN AMRO Australia and BZW Australia. Steve has experience as a Non-Executive Director of listed entities. He is currently Chairman of Global Valve Technology Limited and a Director of SCA Property Group. He was formerly Chairman of nib holdings limited, Adelaide Managed Funds Limited and Investa Property Group Limited and Taronga Conservation Society Australia, a Director of Bank of Queensland Limited, Transfield Services Limited, Adelaide Bank Limited, Foodland Associated Limited and APA Ethane Limited, the responsible entity of Ethane Pipeline Income Fund, and a member of the Advisory Council for CIMB Securities International (Australia) Pty Ltd. Steve is a member of the Risk Management Steve is a member of the Risk Management Committee, a member of the People and Remuneration Committee.
|Mr Peter Wasow||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2018||
Mr Wasow has experience in the resources sector as both a senior executive and director. He retired as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Alumina Limited in mid-2017. Previously, he had held the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Santos Limited and, in a 20-year plus career at BHP, he held senior positions including Vice President, Finance, and other senior roles in Petroleum, Services, Corporate, Steel and Minerals. Peter is a Non-Executive Director with Oz Minerals Limited. He is formerly a Non-Executive Director of Alcoa of Australia Limited, AWA Brazil Limitada, AWAC LLC, Alumina Limited and the privately held GHD Group. Peter is the Chair of the People Committee and a member of the Risk Management Committee.
|Mr James Ernest Fazzino||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2019||
Mr Fazzino has experience both locally and internationally in the industrial chemicals, fertilisers, explosives and manufacturing sectors. James is currently the Chairman of Manufacturing Australia, Chairman of Osteon Medical, a director of Rabobank Australia Limited and Tassal Group Limited. He is also a convenor of the Champions of Change Coalition. He was formerly the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Incitec Pivot and before that, its Finance Director and Chief Financial Officer. James is a member of the Risk Management Committee and a member of the Health, Safety, Environment and Heritage Committee.
|Mr Michael Anthony Fraser||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Sep 2015||
Mr Fraser has more than 35 years experience in the Australian energy industry. He has held various executive positions at AGL Energy culminating in his role as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer for the period of seven years until February 2015. Michael is a Director of Aurizon Holdings Limited. He is also a former Chairman of the Clean Energy Council, Elgas Limited, ActewAGL and the NEMMCo Participants Advisory Committee, as well as a former Director of Queensland Gas Company Limited, the Australian Gas Association and the Energy Retailers Association of Australia. Michael is a member of the Risk Management Committee.
|Ms Debra (Debbie) Lyn Goodin||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2015||
Ms Goodin is an experienced Non-Executive Director and Chairman of both listed and unlisted corporates. She is currently a Chairman of Atlas Arteria Limited, and a Director and Audit Committee Chairman of Australia Pacific Airports Corporation Limited as an IFM owners representative. She was formerly a Director of oOh!media Limited, Senex Energy Limited and Ten Network Holdings Limited. Debbie has executive experience in operations, finance and corporate development, including with engineering and professional services firms, and is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. Debbie is the Chair of the Risk Management Committee, a member of the Health, Safety, Environment and Heritage Committee.
|Ms Rhoda Phillippo||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2020||
Ms Phillippo has considerable experience in the telecommunications, IT and energy sectors. Rhoda is currently a Non-Executive Director with Pacific Hydro and Datacom She is also an advisor to the Board of Agility CIS, an energy billing solutions provider. She is formerly a Non-Executive Director of Vocus Group Ltd and LINQ, Chairman of Snapper Services in New Zealand and Deputy Chair of Kiwibank in New Zealand. Rhoda spent much of her career in the telecommunications industry in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia in senior management positions before joining Optimation in New Zealand as Chief Executive Officer. Rhoda later joined HRL Morrison & Co and, during this time, was Managing Director of Lumo Energy for two years. Rhoda is a member of the Health, Safety, Environment and Heritage Committee and a member of the People Committee. of the People Committee.
|Mr Robert (Rob) Wheals||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Jun 2019||
Mr Wheals has more than 25 years experience in Australia and internationally in energy infrastructure and telecommunications, across roles in operations, finance, commercial, strategy, infrastructure investments and M&A, as well as regulatory. In this role, Rob was responsible for the commercial, operational and safety performance of APA Group's transmission and gas storage assets. Rob has a understanding of the Australian energy market and the challenges facing Australia today and into the future, in particular the challenge of balancing sustainable lower emissions energy with reliable and affordable energy for end users. Prior to joining APA, Rob was General Manager of Strategy at AAPT in Sydney.
|Ms Amanda Cheney||Company Secretary||
|Adam Watson||Chief Financial Officer (CFO)||
|Amanda Cheney||Company Secretary||
|Darren Rogers||Group Executive (GE) Operations||
|Julian Peck||Group Executive Strategy and Commercial||
|Ross Gersbach||President North American Development||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||284,302,004||24.10%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||165,946,523||14.06%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Ltd||147,901,771||12.54%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||88,350,252||7.49%|
|Custodial Services Limited||27,130,077||2.30%|
|National Nominees Limited||21,282,074||1.80%|
|Argo Investments Limited||11,882,525||1.01%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||9,203,286||0.78%|
|BKI Investment Company Limited||7,775,389||0.66%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd||7,328,827||0.62%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i||6,697,278||0.57%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited||4,040,000||0.34%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited||3,813,899||0.32%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited i||3,006,935||0.25%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited i||2,625,000||0.22%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd||2,495,470||0.21%|
|Milton Corporation Limited||2,077,766||0.18%|
|ECapital Nominees Pty Limited||1,638,573||0.14%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited ii||1,542,276||0.13%|
|AMP Life Limited||1,339,508||0.11%|