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Investing in a better, cleaner future.

Why LGI?

LGI operates at the convergence of the waste and clean energy industries.

We are an established leader in recovering biogas from landfill, and converting it into renewable electricity, Australian Carbon Credit Units (or ACCUs) and Large-scale Generation Certificates.

Our operations cover engineering and management of landfill gas infrastructure and creating solutions to generate renewable electricity and carbon abatement. We collaborate with landfill owners to solve the environmental problem of methane emissions, which are 28 times more potent than CO2.

We generate distributed clean energy, with the ability to store and discharge renewable electricity at peak times to optimise pricing. LGI contracts with governments on average over 15 years to provide these solutions, producing recurring revenues and carbon credits.

Carbon abatement and carbon pricing are on the global agenda. Demand for carbon credits is expected to grow as organisations attempt to reach their 2030 and 2050 emissions targets by purchasing carbon credits and implementing their own carbon-neutral solutions.

There are more than 1,100 operational landfills in Australia alone. Of these, over 200 may be suitable (and another 100 that are yet to be assessed) for LGI solutions, creating an opportunity for organic growth.

We have growth opportunities to optimise the conversion of landfill biogas to revenue by deploying hybrid battery systems, diversifying our portfolio of renewable and transitional fuel energy generation assets, and exploring new project opportunities on greenfield and brownfield sites along the eastern seaboard.


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Our approach to our investors.

As a public, ASX-listed company, our Investors have entrusted us with their capital and they expect us to manage that capital in a way that delivers them sustainable risk-adjusted returns.

We understand that our investors expect:

  • clear and transparent reporting,
  • a strong governance framework,
  • an alignment of interests,
  • a culture of risk management,
  • a resilient long‑term strategy, and
  • a commitment to maximising growth opportunities.

ASX Announcements

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LGI's FY23 Results Presentation

Abating carbon with a biogas flare on a closed landfill in Brisbane

Financial Reports

View all reports, presentations and papers relating to LGI’s financial results.

Date Document Link
September 2022 LGI Prospectus Download
June 2022 Financial Report -30 June 2022 Download
October 2022 LGI Remuneration Framework 2022 Download

 

FAQs

Who is the share registrar for LGI?

LGI’s share register is administered by Computershare Investor Services Limited. You can find their contact details on our Share Registry Details page.

How do I buy and sell shares in LGI?

LGI shares can be bought and sold through a stockbroker. LGI does not offer a direct stock purchase plan.

How does LGI pay dividends to shareholders?

LGI pays dividends by direct credit to shareholders with an Australian bank account. Overseas shareholders are paid by cheque.

How can I manage my shareholding?

LGI shareholders can access information about their holdings and dividend payments through the Computershare Investor Centre. You can also access printable forms, update banking instructions, and provide notification of a tax file number.

You can reach Computershare at 1300 850 505 or online at www-au.computershare.com/investor.

To log into Computershare online, you will need your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) which can be found on your holding statement.

How can I update information about my LGI shareholding?

You can update information about your LGI shareholding using the Computershare Easy Update website.

This service is simple, secure and will ensure you receive your dividend payments on time. It allows you to update:

  • Your preference to receive either an online or printed copy of the annual report.
  • Your instructions for dividend payments.
  • Your Tax File Number (TFN)/Australian Business Number (ABN) and/or Exemption Codes.

You can reach this service online at www.computershare.com.au/easyupdate/LGI.

Share Registry Details

Managing your Shareholding

LGI’s share register is managed by Computershare Investor Services Limited.

Securityholders can access information about their holdings, dividend payments or related administrative matters through Computershare at 1300 850 505 or www-au.computershare.com/investor.

The Computershare Easy Update service allows security holders to simply and securely update information about their holdings online. You can access this service at www.computershare.com.au/easyupdate/LGI. To log in, you will need your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN) which can be found on your holding statement.

Due to privacy restrictions, LGI personnel are unable to respond to specific shareholder queries about their holdings in LGI.

Contact Details

Computershare Printable Forms

Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited
452 Johnston Street
Abbotsford, Victoria, 3001
Australia

Email:  web.queries@computershare.com.au
Telephone from within Australia:   1300 850 505
Telephone from outside Australia:  +61 3 9415 4000
Facsimile:  +61 3 9473 2500


Annual General Meetings

As a result of legislative changes to the Corporations Act 2001 effective 1 April 2022, LGI Limited will no longer send you physical meeting documents unless you request a copy to be mailed. We encourage you to provide your email address so we can communicate with you electronically when securityholder notices become available online for such items as meeting documents, dividend statements and annual reports. You can make a standing election to receive some or all of your securityholder communications in physical or electronic form.

Shareholders can review or update communication preference, including elections for physical meeting documents, simply by login on to Computershare’s Investor Centre at www-au.computershare.com/Investor. If you are not a member, you require to register with your Securityholder Reference Number (SRN) or Holder Identification Number (HIN).

If at any time you require an additional copy of a communication, or you need more information about the options available to you, please contact Computershare via email at webqueries@computershare.com.au

Document Date Link
Managing Directors AGM Presentation 16th Nov 2022 Download

Corporate Governance

Good corporate governance plays a vital role in protecting our shareholders through effective oversight, risk management and transparency, while realising our vision of being people engineering a clean energy, zero carbon future.

Our Board has approved a range of charters and policies that meet these internal requirements and are consistent with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations – 4th Edition. Our key corporate governance documents can be found at the following links:

Our Corporate Governance Charter incorporates our:

  1. Board Charter which defines the constitution, composition and responsibilities of our Board.
  2. Audit and Risk Committee Charter covers the integrity of the Group’s financial reporting and risk management framework.
  3. Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter sets out the governance rules that affect remuneration and incentives, recruitment, retention and succession plans for the board and executive management team, plus our corporate culture and Diversity Strategy.

Our Corporate Governance Statement including Appendix 4G for 2023 is included here.

Our ESG approach, covers the systems, policies and practices in relation to workplace health, safety and environmental matters, as well as LGI’s sustainability goals, activities, initiatives and disclosures.

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