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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
AIP Media Release - Fuel Security Plan

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AIP Statement on Fuel Security Plan - 2020.
 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…
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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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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) and its member companies welcome the introduction of legislation into the Australian Parliament by Ian Macfarlane, Minister for Industry, Tourism and Resources to implement retail petroleum market reform. The Australian petroleum market will continue…
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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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The Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) said today that new quality standards for petrol and diesel, announced by the Minister for the Environment and Heritage, Senator the Hon Ian Campbell, will improve urban air quality. AIP Executive Director, Dr John Tilley said, "AIP members support the…