Interim report and consultation
On 4 April 2019 the Department of the Environment and Energy released an interim report on the liquid fuel security review. You can download a copy of the report here.
Facts and figures found in the interim report were accurate at the time of publication. For an overview and analysis of the latest liquid fuel figures and statistics, please refer to the Australian Energy Update 2019.
This review is the first in-depth look at the liquid fuel sector in many years. It considers how liquid fuel is used and supplied in Australia. It also looks at fuel pricing, threats to fuel security, our resilience to withstand disruptions and the future outlook for liquid fuel use.
It is clear that people have strong and divergent views on fuel security. It is important that industry and the community have opportunities to contribute to the review, and that the department to tests the validity of its initial findings.
Public consultation was open between 4 April 2019 and 3 May 2019 and we received 29 submissions.
The department is analysing submissions provided through the public consultation process and conducting research to address issues raised in the submissions.
For more information, or to register for updates on the assessment of Australia’s liquid fuel security, please email energysecurity [at] environment.gov.au
Liquid Fuel Security Review—Interim Report (PDF 5MB) Australian Government
Submissions in response to the interim report Australian Government
Public consultation opens on fuel security 4 April 2019 ministerial media release