The Competition and Consumer (Industry Codes — Oilcode) Regulation 2006 (Oilcode) regulates the conduct of suppliers, distributors and retailers in the petroleum marketing industry. The Department of Industry has a regulatory requirement, resulting from the 2008 review of the code (see section 3 of this paper), to undertake a review of the Oilcode.
This review results from the sunsetting provisions that require a review to assess if the legislative instrument remains adequate and relevant. Options presented in this paper include, repealing, parliamentary roll over, or remaking the Oilcode.
Guidance to help businesses understand how the draft Rules would apply to their business.
On 7 June 2017, the Department of the Environment and Energy released an exposure draft of the Petroleum and Other Fuels Reporting Rules 2017 (the draft Rules).
The Department of the Environment and Energy received 5 submissions in response to Petroleum and Other Fuels Reporting Rules 2017 Exposure draft.
This paper sets out the Department of the Environment and Energy evaluation of stakeholders’ preferred design framework for mandatory reporting based on the responses received.
This explanatory report examines the levers Australian suppliers use to provide resilience in their supply chains and how these are used to mitigate disruption events.
Analysis investigates the typical quantity of stock both Australia and New Zealand hold in the category of 'tankers at sea' and where the stock is typically located.
Discussion papers seeking additional input from potentially affected stakeholders engaged in activities involving one or more of the covered products of biofuels, oils, lubricants, greases, waxes, solvents and petroleum coke.