Australian Utilities Companies

Submitted by Share Trading on 9 March, 2010 - 19:14

Researching for Australian utilities companies to invest or trade shares?

Researching for Australian utilities companies to invest or trade shares? Or utilities companies listed on the Australian sharemarket? Well here’s a list of the utilities companies found on the Australian stockmarket. The ASX have a variety of businesses listed on their exchange which represent the utilities industry. The utilities sector contains companies which provide utilities services to the public.

Australian Utilities Stocks

  • Advanced Energy Systems (AES) - is an Australian based company engaged in research, development and marketing of renewable energy products with a particular focus on solar energy.
  • Agl Energy (AGK) - Formerly called the Australian Gas Light Company, the AGL Energy Limited (AGK) is an Australian-based integrated energy company engaged in the sales of electricity and gas, energy processing infrastructure, power generation, natural gas production facilities development, extraction, exploration, coal seam methane gas (CSM) production and sales, of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) extraction and sales and crude oil extraction and sales.
  • Apa Group (APA) - is an established energy transmission infrastructure in Australia which comprises Australian Pipeline Trust and APT Investment Trust.
  • Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Group (BBI) - is an infrastructure entity principally focused on providing investors with an exposure to a varied portfolio of quality infrastructure properties.
  • Babcock & Brown Power (BBP) - is a leading power generation business. The principal activities of the Company include the development, operation and acquisition of the power generation portfolio.
  • Babcock & Brown Wind Partners Group (BBW) - Babcock & Brown Wind Partners (BBW) is an investment fund with a focus on the wind energy sector, having a market capitalisation of around a$1.4 billion. BBW is a small-cap, geographically distributed wind farm renewable energy utility stock, with BNB being the manager of fund. The principal activities of the fund incorporate the management of its portfolio of wind farms, and seeking to define and acquire further wind farms to add to its portfolio, that fulfil its investment criteria.
  • Challenger Infrastructure Fund (CIF) - is a global diversified infrastructure fund, with operations in Australia, the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States. The Fund makes investments in regulated and contracted monopoly-like assets.
  • Duet Group (DUE) - invests in a portfolio of energy utility assets mainly across Australia and New Zealand and it is basically a joint venture between Macquarie Bank Ltd and AMP Capital Investors. Duet encompasses two stapled registered managed investment schemes and one Australian public company.
  • Energy Developments (ENE) - Energy Development (ENE) is a company engaged in the ownership, development and operation of power transmission, waste-to-energy conversion and power generation projects.
  • Energy World Corporation (EWC) - is an exploration company engaged in the exploration, exploitation and production of gas and oil predominately in Australia and Indonesia. The Company also engages in the design construction, operation and maintenance of gas processing plants and gas pipelines. Its other operations include the development, design, construction, operation and maintenance of power stations as well as development and production of liquefied natural gas (LNG), design, construction, operation and maintenance of LNG plants and road transport of LNG.
  • Envestra (ENV) - is an Australia-based company engaged in the ownership of gas reticulation assets.
  • Geodynamics (GDY) - is solely focused on the development of renewable geothermal energy from Hot Fractured Rocks in Australia. The Company’s HFR geothermal tenements are held in New South Wales, Queensland and in the north-eastern part of South Australia.
  • Hastings Diversified Utilities Fund (HDF) - is a diversified utility fund. The Fund invests in a portfolio of gas transmission and water utilities infrastructures assets across Australia and worldwide.
  • Sp Ausnet (SPN) - is a leading energy delivery business, with operations in Australia and New Zealand. The Company is focused on the supply of gas and electricity along with the transmission of electricity. T
  • Spark Infrastructure Group (SKI) - is a leading infrastructure investment Company, with a market capitalisation of about A$1.8 billion. The fund invests in a portfolio of utility infrastructure assets in Australia and worldwide, with a focus on gas transmission and distribution, regulated water and other infrastructure-related assets.