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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…
Petroleum_Cargoes_on_the_Water

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Through submissions to review processes, AIP aims to inform the community about the downstream petroleum industry, and its significance to the national economy, by making available comprehensive factual information and data about the industry and its performance over time. AIP material also…
Submission to the 2011 Review of the National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme

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Through submissions to review processes, AIP aims to inform the community about the downstream petroleum industry, and its significance to the national economy, by making available comprehensive factual information and data about the industry and its performance over time. AIP material also…
Submission to The Treasury on Exposure Draft of the Competition and Consumer Amendment Bill

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Through submissions to review processes, AIP aims to inform the community about the downstream petroleum industry, and its significance to the national economy, by making available comprehensive factual information and data about the industry and its performance over time. AIP material also…
Submission to Senate Economics Cttee - LFE Review

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Through submissions to review processes, AIP aims to inform the community about the downstream petroleum industry, and its significance to the national economy, by making available comprehensive factual information and data about the industry and its performance over time. AIP material also…

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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…

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum has welcomed the Federal Government's decision to crack down on illicit fuel blending activities, but has urged wider reform to stop the problem re-occurring in the future. "Today's announcement by the Assistant Treasurer, Senator Rod Kemp, that the…

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The Australian Institute of Petroleum today called on the Australian Automobile Association to support measures to combat the current fuel substitution racket. AIP Executive Director, Mr Jim Starkey, said the Australian Automobile Association's opposition to excise uniformity on petroleum…

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The oil industry today urged Federal and State Governments to introduce measures to end once and for all fuel substitution practices. The call follows exposure of the latest racket, which involves unscrupulous operators blending the solvent toluene into petrol, so as to evade payment of…