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.
This paper addresses how have the oil market and institutions have evolved since the 1970s, and challenges in the coming decades.
Guidance to help businesses understand how the draft Rules would apply to their business.
This paper sets out the former Department of the Environment and Energy evaluation of stakeholders’ preferred design framework for mandatory reporting based on the responses received.
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.
This report considers how the maritime supply chain operates for Australia.
The Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee report, Australia’s Transport Energy Resilience and Sustainability was released in June 2015.
Australia’s vulnerability to a major interruption to global oil supply has been addressed in previous ACIL Allen reports to government for National Energy Security Assessments, and considered by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics in its 2012 Inquiry into Australia’s Refining Industry.
The Australian Petroleum Statistics is monthly publication that collects national and state statistical information on sales of petroleum products, exports and imports of petroleum products and crude oil, production of crude oil and condensate, refinery input and output, and stocks of petroleum products.