Leading energy infrastructure company Jemena has today announced the decision of Frank Tudor to step down from his roles of Managing Director of SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd (SGSPAA) and Chairman of Zinfra after five years of leadership of the company for family reasons.
The Board has appointed Jemena’s Chief Financial Officer, David Gillespie, as Acting Managing Director from 1 September 2023. David has had an eighteen-year career at Jemena and has held a range of roles across finance, strategy, and risk.
Jemena would like to express its gratitude and appreciation for Frank’s dedication during his tenure as Jemena’s Managing Director.
Note for Editors: Photographs of Frank Tudor and David Gillespie are available at this link.
Jemena is an $12.4 billion company that owns and manages some of Australia's most significant gas and electricity assets. These include:
- the Jemena Gas Network servicing 1.5 million customers around NSW
- the Eastern Gas Pipeline which delivers gas from Victoria's Gippsland basin to the ACT, Sydney and regional NSW
- the Queensland Gas Pipeline which supplies Gladstone and Rockhampton
- the Darling Downs Pipeline System which transports gas to the Wallumbilla gas trading hub, the 630MW Darling Downs Power Station, and to the feeder pipeline to the APLNG LNG liquefaction plant at Gladstone
- Jemena's Victorian electricity network which delivers electricity to over 370,000 homes and businesses in northern and western Melbourne
- the Northern Gas Pipeline from Tennant Creek in Northern Territory to Mount Isa in Queensland.
Jemena also part-owns the ActewAGL electricity and gas distribution networks in the ACT and United Energy, which supplies electricity to more than 600,000 customers across south-eastern Melbourne and the Mornington Peninsula.
More information on Jemena can be found at www.jemena.com.au
 Jemena is a subsidiary of SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd (SGSPAA)
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