Senex Energy and Adbri have signed a long-term domestic gas sales agreement to supply up to 11 petajoules of natural gas to support Adbri’s South Australian manufacturing operations to 2030.
Managing director and chief executive officer Ian Davies said Santos was proud to supply Adbri, who are a leading cement manufacturer in the Australian market.
“Senex is delighted to welcome Adbri as a new long-term customer into our growing portfolio of leading manufacturers and power generators, broadening our reach throughout the east coast of Australia,” he said.
“We look forward to building another strong and mutually beneficial relationship that supports jobs, the economy and helps meet Australia’s energy demand as it transitions to a lower carbon future.”
Adbri CEO Nick Miller welcomed the new gas supply agreement with Senex, stating it helps underpin its low-cost and low-carbon manufacturing operating in SA.
“I commend the Senex team for its responsive, flexible and open approach to meeting our energy needs. We look forward to continuing to build our new relationship,” he said.
Adbri, formed in 1882 and formerly known as Adelaide Brighton, is an Australian construction materials and industrial mineral manufacturing company.
The company manufactures cement, lime, concrete, aggregates, concrete products and industrial minerals at over 160 facilities across Australia.
Since 2019, Senex has signed almost 60 PJ of natural gas sales agreements with a range of household names, including: CSR Building Products, Orora, Visy Glass, CleanCo Queensland and Southern Oil Refining.
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