Users' questions

Is Rockgas owned by Contact Energy?

Is Rockgas owned by Contact Energy?

Contact Energy has sold its LPG business Rockgas for $260 million. “Rockgas is an exciting opportunity for Gas Services New Zealand and First Gas,” Goodeve said. “It fits well with our long-term investment approach, which is to diversify our domestic gas offering and grow our business.

How do you pay Rockgas?

You’ll never miss a beat on your payments. If you’d like to set up direct debit, please call 0800 762 542. You can also use internet or phone banking, post us a cheque, or head to your local BNZ to pay in person.

How much does it cost to fill a 45kg gas?

[NSW] 45kg LPG Gas Bottle Swap/Refill $90 (RRP $115) @ Riverstone LPG (Sydney and Surrounding Areas) Call us on 02-9627 4358 or 0418 975 330 for Local Delivery and Cost of Delivery to Sydney and Surrounding areas.

How much is a 45kg gas bottle NZ?

Understanding bottled gas (LPG) pricing

Bottled Gas Rates Excl. GST* Incl. GST
Monthly Gas Bottle Rental ($/Bottle) $5.00 $5.75
45kg LPG Gas Bottle Refill** ($/Bottle) $110.45 $127.02

Who supplies 45kg gas bottles?

9kg, 45kg: MATAGAS.

How much does it cost to fill a 9kg gas bottle NZ?

From $23.90 for a 9kg Gas Bottle Fill – Options for Pick Up (Drive Thru) or Delivery.

How can I pay for my gas?

You can pay your electricity and gas bills in many ways:

  • Paying online or via our mobile app.
  • Using our payment phone line.
  • By Direct Debit.
  • Prepayment.
  • Smart Pay As You Go.
  • Cash or cheque.
  • Paying by a bank transfer or from abroad.

How long should a 45kg gas bottle last?

A 45kg gas bottle will last 244 days based on a 9 MJ cooktop burner used for 60 minutes per day. A 45kg gas bottle (45 kg LPG cylinder) lasts 44 days fueling a 25 MJ Gas Fireplace used for 2 hours per day.

How tall is a 45kg gas bottle?

375mm 1250mm
LPG Gas Bottle-Cylinder Size Chart

LPG Gas Bottle Sizes Diameter Height
45kg 375mm 1250mm
90kg 510mm 1300mm
210kg 760mm 1450mm

Is bottled gas cheaper than mains?

The FINAL VERDICT – Is it cheaper to heat your home with gas or electricity? Mains gas is the obvious winner here; it is cheaper to heat your home with gas than electricity, provided you can get it from the mains. LPG and heating oil are the runners up, with electricity and bottled gas lagging behind in last place.