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5 year contract extension for Multinet Gas

Victorian gas distributor, Multinet Gas, has awarded a significant contract extension to one of their long term partners.

Comdain Infrastructure and Multinet Gas have extended their contract, with Comdain’s existing preferred service provider position in Victoria’s Southern region to now oversee all operation and maintenance services for the entire Multinet Gas network.

Encompassing both Northern and Southern regions of Victoria, the contract extension has an estimated value of over $300 million across a five year period and will commence 1 July 2017.

The announcement now sees Comdain providing asset management services to two-thirds of Victoria’s gas distribution network.

“Comdain is committed to partnering with Multinet Gas. We will continue to nurture a collaborative approach by providing cost transparency and optimal engineering and asset management services,” said Comdain CEO, Peter Coen.

High performance and a continual commitment to innovation and safety by Comdain Infrastructure has proven to be a strong value proposition for Multinet Gas.

“Multinet Gas and Comdain have a history of working well together and we are pleased to continue providing our customers with the high level of service they have come to expect from us,” said Ross Musgrove, General Manager – Service Delivery UEMG.

Comdain’s responsibilities include; construction design, connecting new customers and upgrading the network as necessary, metering replacement programs, pipeline patrol, planned and unplanned maintenance for over 160km of transmission pressure pipelines and 9,800km of distribution mains to residential, commercial and industrial customers.


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