The long-time manager of SEA Gas has announced he will retire in February with his replacement already being announced.

Ashley Kellett has been General Manager of SEA Gas for more than a decade and has made a major contribution on the APGA Board, including serving for two years as President of APGA.

With the announcement of his retirement, APGA said Mr Kellett has provided valuable input into APGA’s Owners Committee and with his detailed understanding of economic regulation, he also represented the industry in a number of forums, including on the Federal Government’s gas market advisory committee.

Mr Kellett’s replacement has been announced as Wendy Oldham, who is APA Group’s manager of the company’s Northern Territory Gas pipeline company.

After 26 years in Darwin, Ms Oldham is keen to begin her new appointment based in Adelaide. She will officially take over the role of SEA Gas general manager at the end of February 2016.

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