The opaque nature of Australia’s wholesale natural gas markets and the deregulation of natural gas retail markets in most states and territories mean there is limited information in the public domain about the gas prices paid by industrial and residential customers.
Publications are being added and more will be available as they are completed. If you have difficulty finding a publication in the meantime contact us with the details of what you're looking for.
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.
The Australian Energy Statistics is the authoritative and official source of energy data for Australia and forms the basis of Australia’s international reporting obligations.
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.
This factsheet is designed to help businesses that store petroleum for third parties understand what mandatory reporting of petroleum statistics means for them.
Factsheet to help businesses which consume substantial volumes of petroleum products understand what mandatory reporting of petroleum statistics means for them.
Factsheet to help businesses engaged in the importation and/or wholesaling of petroleum understand what mandatory reporting of petroleum statistics means for them
This Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market Preliminary Report identifies the complex forces driving a rapid transition across the electricity sector.
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.
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.
Factsheet to help businesses importing, exporting, wholesaling, using and retailing gas products understand how mandatory reporting could apply to them.
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.
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.
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.
This report was commissioned by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science as an input to Measure 31 in the National Energy Productivity Plan, 'Advancing the National Construction Code'.
This purpose of this study is to update the findings of the building benefit/cost analysis, for commercial buildings, undertaken for the report Pathway to 2020 for Increased Stringency in New Building Energy Efficiency Standards.
The Australian Government’s response to the Senate Inquiry into the performance and management of electricity network companies.
Fact sheet 1 - Understand electricity costs. Explains the different steps involved in getting electricity to your home and the breakdown of component costs.
The prevailing policy is that all fuel consumers will be subject to Retail Rationing in the event of a liquid fuel emergency with the exception of designated Essential Users (please see Guidance Note on Essential Users).