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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 Main Report updates the assumptions used in National Energy Security Assessment (NESA) Identified Issues - Australia's International Energy Oil Obligation
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.
Updates and expands discussion on the option of developing a ticket market in Australia.
The Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee report, Australia’s Transport Energy Resilience and Sustainability was released in June 2015.
This paper addresses how have the oil market and institutions have evolved since the 1970s, and challenges in the coming decades.
Factsheet to help businesses involved in the production, import, export and sale of petroleum‑based oils, lubricants and greases understand what mandatory reporting of petroleum statistics means for them.
This report tested supply capacity in the region under two hypothetical refinery rationalisation scenarios in Australia