The Australian Government undertakes energy security assessments to help it better understand the risks to the adequacy, reliability and affordability of energy in Australia. Assessments are used by Government to help plan for Australia’s future energy needs.
The Government has produced or commissioned a number of studies to monitor and analyse energy supply chains.
- Liquid Fuel Security Review - Interim Report 2019
- The Global Oil Market - A Review Paper 2016
- ACIL Oil Market Responses to Crisis 2014
- Extreme weather and NEM scenario report 2014
- H&T Resilience Report 2014
- Australia's Maritime Supply Chain 2013
- NESA Competitive Pressures on Domestic Refining 2012
- NESA Economic Assessment of Identified Issues - Strait of Hormuz
- National Energy Security Assessment 2011
- Liquid Fuel Vulnerability Assessment 2011
- National Energy Security Assessment 2009