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A full list of AIP media releases. , MEDIA RELEASES 2021 The Colour of Australian Unleaded Petrol Grades is Evolving: AIP Technical Market Update MEDIA RELEASES 2020 AIP Statement on Fuel Security Plan MEDIA RELEASES 2019…
AIP Media Statement - Petrol Colour Change

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) in conjunction with petrol manufacturing and importing member companies have agreed to amend the colour range specification of all unleaded petrol grades (excluding Low Aromatic Fuel used in regulated communities) through the removal of dye.  This…
AIP Media Release - Fuel Security Plan

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AIP Statement on Fuel Security Plan - 2020.
AIP Media Release - Fuel Security Plan

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AIP Statement on Fuel Security Plan
 Spillcon Press Release Final

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Perth to welcome global marine oil spill leaders May 2019
The colour of australian unleaded petrol is changing

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) in conjunction with petrol manufacturing and importing member companies have decided to remove dye from unleaded petrol and E10 (regular unleaded petrol with 10% ethanol added). This change will not have any impact on the fuel’s performance or on…
AIP_media_release_280912

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) advises that petrol manufacturing and importing member companies are currently in the process of changing the industry controlled standard colour (dye) of unleaded petrol (i.e. 91 Research Octane Number grade) from Purple/Bronze to Red/Orange. This colour…

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AIP welcomes the conclusions of the ACCC Pricing Inquiry, that there is no evidence of price fixing or collusion in the fuel supply industry in Australia and that petrol pricing is largely a result of international factors. The Executive Director of AIP, Dr John Tilley, said, "AIP and its member…

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The Executive Director of AIP, Dr John Tilley said that "the current high petrol prices are caused by international market pressures – not price gouging by major oil companies. In particular, strong demand for petrol – particularly in the US – has occurred at a time of tight petrol supply across…
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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) welcomes the tabling of the Senate Economics Committee Report into Petrol Prices in Australia. “The central message in the Report is clearly that the Australian fuel market is a strongly competitive market, from which consumers benefit (page 51),…