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APA Group is engaged in the natural gas infrastructure business. The Company's principal activities include the ownership and operation of energy infrastructure assets and businesses, including energy infrastructure, primarily gas transmission businesses located across Australia; asset management and operations services for its energy investments and third parties, and energy investments in listed and unlisted entities. Its segments include Energy Infrastructure, Asset Management and Energy Investments. The Energy Infrastructure segment includes its pipelines, gas assets, the Emu Downs Wind Farm and Diamantina and Leichhardt Power Stations. The Asset Management segment provides commercial, operating services and asset maintenance services to its energy investments and Australian Gas Networks Limited. The Energy Investment segment includes its stakes in a range of investment entities that house energy infrastructure assets. Its services include gas transmission and gas distribution.
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Michael Anthony Fraser
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Robert Anthony Wheals
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Ross Murray Gersbach
Chief Executive - Strategy and Development
Group Executive - Infrastructure Development
Group Executive - People, Safety and Culture
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Australia's biggest gas pipeline company, APA Group, has resumed its search for a U.S. acquisition, after putting the move on hold last year while it dealt with a takeover offer, its chief executive said on Wednesday.
* Move seen partly to prevent Chinese ownership of gas assets
Shares in Australia's biggest gas pipeline company APA Group fell 11 percent on Thursday after Australia's treasurer said he intended to block a buyout by Hong Kong's CK Group.
* APA shares last traded 14 pct below offer price (Adds treasurer comments, share price, context)
Australia's treasurer said on Wednesday his preliminary view on Hong Kong-based CK Group's proposed A$13 billion ($9.4 billion) takeover of APA Group was that it would be against the national interest and he would make a final decision within two weeks.
* APA shares climb but remain well below offer price (Adds political context)
Australia's competition watchdog said on Wednesday it would not oppose the proposed acquisition of APA Group by a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd
The board of Australia's APA Group <APA.AX> has recommended shareholders vote for a A$12.98 billion ($9.45 billion) takeover offer from a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings Ltd (CKI) <1038.HK> at a meeting in late November.
Australia's biggest gas pipeline company APA Group on Monday recommended a A$12.98 billion ($9.45 billion) buyout offer from a consortium led by Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure, in the absence of a better offer.
Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure Holdings <1038.HK> has made a A$12.98 billion ($9.8 billion) takeover offer for Australia's biggest gas pipeline company, APA Group <APA.AX>, offering a hefty 33 percent premium to tap into a tight gas market.
Australia's natural gas infrastructure business company APA Group on Wednesday said it received a A$12.98 billion ($9.83 billion) unsolicited offer from a consortium of Chinese companies led by CK Infrastructure Holdings.
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