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  • Australian Petroleum Statistics 2021

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    The Australian Petroleum Statistics is a monthly publication of 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.

    To join the mailing list to receive notification when the Australian Petroleum Statistics are published each month, please email petroleum.statistics@industry.gov.au

  • Hotel Energy Uplift Program factsheet

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    The Hotel Energy Uplift Program will deliver $10.2 million in grants to help small and medium hotels reduce their energy use, improve energy productivity and deliver carbon abatement. 

  • Securing Victoria's energy system

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    In a move to secure Victoria’s energy system, the Australian Government will safeguard Alcoa’s Portland aluminium smelter’s continued delivery of emergency power reserves to the market.

  • AEMO Generator Replacement Study

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    Disclaimer: AEMO’s assessment does not consider price outcomes.

    The Liddell Taskforce was required by its Terms of Reference to model the impact on wholesale and retail power prices from Liddell’s closure, and the options identified to maintain similar price, reliability and security outcomes. In addition to economic modelling undertaken by Frontier Economics, the Taskforce sought advice from Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) to look at the extent to which different generation and storage options would meet 2025 system needs.

  • Modelling for the Liddell Taskforce

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    The Liddell Taskforce was required by its Terms of Reference to model the impact on wholesale and retail power prices from Liddell’s closure, and the options identified to maintain similar price, reliability and security outcomes. The Taskforce commissioned Frontier Economics to undertake the modelling work.

    The modelling shows that if Liddell closes and is not replaced, NSW average wholesale prices could rise from the low $60s per megawatt hour (MWh) in 2022 to around $80 per MWh in 2024; and continue increasing to $105 per MWh by 2030.

  • Energy Efficiency Tools Review

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    The Energy Efficiency Tools Review report provides a list of software tools used internationally for analysing energy use in the manufacturing, oil, gas, and power generation sectors. These software tools help users find energy savings in their business operations.

  • Australian Energy Update 2020

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    The Australian Energy Statistics is the authoritative and official source of energy statistics for Australia to support decision making, and help understand how our energy supply and use is changing. It is updated each year and consists of detailed historical energy consumption, production and trade statistics and balances. This edition contains the latest data for 2018-19.

  • Liddell Taskforce - Terms of Reference, report, statement and response

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    In 2015, AGL announced it would close Liddell Power Station in 2022. AGL later extended this to April 2023. This would make Liddell the next in a series of coal power station closures. In the past 10 years closures have removed over 5000MW of capacity from the National Electricity Market (NEM).

    The Australian Energy Market Operator warned there would be a higher risk of blackouts in NSW after Liddell closes, without more investment in dispatchable power. As a result of these concerns the Australian Government set up the Liddell Taskforce in August 2019.