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Who we are

Our suppliers

We take into consideration whole of life costs, delivery lead times, quality and performance of proposed goods/services, health, safety and environmental performance, service level commitments, innovation and activity that leads to ongoing cost efficiencies in our decision making.

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Everything we do complies with the highest standards of compliance and ethics, always respecting our code of conduct.

  • We expect our suppliers to comply with these standards always respecting our Supplier Code of Conduct.
  • We strive to build sustainable and added-value relationships with our suppliers.
  • We believe in the power of our supply base as a way to unlock growth that benefits both parties.
  • We continue to drive quality improvements for what we procure.
  • We support our actions with strong policies, standards, processes, and behaviours.

For more information please review the AGL Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF) AGL has partnered with SAP Fieldglass®, SAP Ariba® and SAP S/4HANA® to fulfill our vision of moving away from paper and manually transmitted documents. These enhancements will enable us to ‘Source faster, buy easier and pay right’ using standardised processes and platforms.

Corporate and gas & renewable suppliers

Suppliers for AGL’s Corporate and Gas & Renewable sites are going live with the SAP Fieldglass®, SAP Ariba, and SAP S/4HANA® processes from 1st November 2018.

Loy Yang and AGL Macquarie suppliers

Suppliers for AGL’s Loy Yang and Macquarie sites will go live with the SAP Fieldglass®, SAP Ariba®, and SAP S/4HANA® processes from 1st May 2019. Until this date or notified otherwise please continue with current processes.

For our systems to work smoothly and to ensure Suppliers get paid on time AGL has implemented a ‘No PO / No Pay’ policy. Suppliers who do not quote the relevant PO number on their invoice may have the invoice returned delaying payment.

Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

If AGL and a Supplier have not entered into a separate contract, purchase orders are subject to and are issued in accordance with the  Purchase Order Terms and Conditions (PDF). The purchase order and the terms and conditions (including any other documents incorporated by reference into the terms and conditions) together form the agreement.

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AGL Supplier Generative AI Standard

Individual and corporate entities which act for or on behalf of AGL or who perform functions in relation to or on behalf of AGL, are expected to comply with this Standard. This includes, but is not limited to, AGL's Business Partners.

AGL Supplier Generative AI Standard (PDF)

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Health and Safety Authority to Mobilise

A Health and Safety 'Authority to Mobilise' (ATM) may be required, depending upon the scope of service you have been engaged to complete. Where you have been directed to complete an HSE ATM, it is a condition of entry to the site.

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Are you a contractor?

Current and future contracting partners can request and obtain HSE related information through the Contractor Portal.

Become an AGL Supplier

Interested in becoming an AGL Supplier?

  • You can complete the Expression of Interest form to register. By registering, you are also agreeing to AGL’s Privacy Policy and Supplier Code of Conduct (PDF).
  • Once we receive your expression of interest it will be forwarded to the most appropriate AGL Procurement person. We will only respond to your expression of interest if there is an opportunity for you to conduct business with AGL.

Interested in participating in an AGL Sourcing Event?

  • AGL now uses Ariba for all AGL sourcing and contract activities. Supplier participation to AGL Sourcing Event will be by AGL email invitation only.
  • AGL email invitation to suppliers will provide instructions on how you can register in Ariba or review and choose whether to participate in an AGL Sourcing Event.
  • All suppliers intending to participant in an AGL Sourcing Event will be required to register in Ariba. Supplier registration in Ariba AGL Sourcing and Contract is free.

Register your interest in becoming an AGL Supplier.

Small business payment terms

In 2017, AGL became a signatory to the Australian Supplier Payment Code developed by the Business Council of Australia. This provides Small Business Suppliers with a standard payment term of 30 days from valid invoice receipt.

If you are an Australian business with an annual turnover of up to $10 million and described as a small business by the Small Business Identification tool under the Australian Government’s Payment Times Reporting Scheme, please email us to be registered at

You will then be asked to complete a deed poll attesting you are eligible for AGL’s Small Business Payment Terms. Once you have completed and returned the deed poll, and AGL is satisfied that you meet the requirements, your payment terms will be changed to 30 days of receipt of a correct invoice. AGL reserves the right to periodically review and amend payment terms should it determine a supplier is no longer eligible.

  • 32 days from end of month in which a correct invoice was received for Suppliers not registered for AGL’s Small Business Payment Terms
  • 30 days from receipt of a correct invoice for Suppliers registered for AGL’s Small Business Payment Terms (in accordance with the process outlined on this page)
  • What if I don’t fall under any other category but would like my payment terms reviewed?  Please contact us at with your request.

Please contact us at with your request.

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SAP Ariba Portal

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