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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…

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A full list of 'At a Glance' industry factsheets. , At a Glance: The Changing Trend in Automotive LPG Use in Australia Shifting consumer preferences, as well as economic and policy changes, have seen the demand for LPG powered vehicles and LPG fuel decline sharply in recent years. Proceed to factsheet   , At a Glance: Current Fuel Prices Understanding the relationship between market prices is important to understanding the fuels market in Australia. Proceed to factsheet , At a Glance: AIP's Role in the Downstream Petroleum Industry The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) was formed in 1976 to promote industry self-regulation and an effective dialogue between the oil industry, government and the community. It replaced a number of other organisations including…, At a Glance: How are Petrol Prices Determined in Australia? Fuel prices around the world are largely determined by regional markets and the benchmark prices and government taxes applying in those markets. Proceed to factsheet , At a Glance: Australian Refineries Support Better Fuels Australian refineries have long supported orderly transitions to better fuel standards where a community benefit has been demonstrated in terms of health and environmental outcomes, and where the cost impacts on refineries and consumers can…, At a Glance: Australian Oil Refineries Australian oil refineries make a significant contribution to the economy and local communities, and support our key export industries and supply security. They play a major role in Australia’s fuel supply chain, producing around half of the transport fuels…
At a Glance: Australian Oil Refineries

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Australian oil refineries make a significant contribution to the economy and local communities, and support our key export industries and supply security. They play a major role in Australia’s fuel supply chain, producing around half of the transport fuels needed every day.
At a Glance: AIP's Role in the Downstream Petroleum Industry

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) was formed in 1976 to promote industry self-regulation and an effective dialogue between the oil industry, government and the community. It replaced a number of other organisations including the Petroleum Information Bureau that had been operating in…

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Liquid Fuel Supply Security and Reliability The Australian liquid fuel supply chain has considerable span and diversity. It includes crude and petroleum product shipments into and around Australia, refinery throughput, bulk fuel storage tanks, extensive terminal and distribution networks, over…
Catalyst fact sheet

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In 2008, the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (DRET), on behalf of NOSEC, undertook a Liquid Fuel Emergency Simulation Exercise – 'Catalyst 2008'. The aim of 'Catalyst 2008' was to test the emergency preparedness of the Commonwealth State and Territory Governments and industry to manage…
Biofuels

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AIP has produced a set of basic facts on biofuels in Australia to inform consumers, commentators and other interested parties. AIP has consistently stated that there is a sustainable role for biofuels in the Australian fuels market provided biofuels are competitively priced, have a reliable supply…
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Dr John Tilley, Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Petroleum, told the 2005 International Ethanol Conference in Brisbane today that AIP members see a role for ethanol as a fuel extender, replacing some fuel imports and helping to meet the growth in overall fuel demand, as well as a…

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Three of Australia's peak automotive industry and consumer bodies have urged the federal government to support a maximum limit of10 percent of ethanol in petrol and not to mandate its use. The landmark determination by the three bodies sets a clear agenda for government deliberations. The…

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The oil industry today supported the announcement by the Federal Minister for the Environment Robert Hill that leaded petrol would be phased out nationally by 1 January 2002. 'The oil companies will be introducing lead replacement petrol progressively in each State, in consultation with State…