This supplementary paper provides additional advice on ticket markets should Australia opt to use ticket stock as a strategy to assist with meeting IEA commitments.
The Main Report updates the assumptions used in National Energy Security Assessment (NESA) Identified Issues - Australia's International Energy Oil Obligation
This report reviews global stockholding models suitable for Australia, and the likely costs to implement.
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.
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 consultation is closed. The Exposure Draft and Explanatory Statement are provided for information.
The Department of the Environment and Energy received 5 submissions in response to Petroleum and Other Fuels Reporting Rules 2017 Exposure draft.
The objective of this report was to assess the economic impacts of a more severe disruption to world oil supplies.
The department received 18 submissions in response to the public Consultation Paper on Mandatory Reporting of Petroleum Statistics. Non-confidential submissions are available here for information.
The Australian Government consulted on the design of mandatory reporting to help ensure the new approach meets the needs of Australian Petroleum Statistics users while minimising the regulatory burden on business.
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.