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Facts About Petrol Prices and the Australian Fuel market

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The AIP produces a simple set of facts to assist the community, commentators and other interested parties in understanding the key market and other factors influencing fuel prices in Australia.
Facts About Diesel Prices and the Australian Fuel market

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The AIP produces a simple set of facts to assist the community, commentators and other interested parties in understanding the key market and other factors influencing fuel prices in Australia.
AIP Climate Change Policy Position 2020

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AIP and member companies are committed to meeting society’s energy needs while helping to develop and deliver solutions that contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, both in their own operations and in other sectors.  We support the Paris Agreement to deliver international action…
Facts-About-Petrol-Prices

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The AIP produces a simple set of facts to assist the community, commentators and other interested parties in understanding the key market and other factors influencing fuel prices in Australia.
Facts About Diesel Prices

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The AIP produces a simple set of facts to assist the community, commentators and other interested parties in understanding the key market and other factors influencing fuel prices in Australia.
 AIP Response to CPRS Green Paper

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AIP and its member companies actively participate in public consultation processes on climate change. For example, AIP and its member companies are participating in the process of public consultation on national climate change policy development, including on the range of issues associated with…

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There is an extensive range of Federal, State/Territory and Local government regulations and legislation applying to refineries and businesses operating in the downstream petroleum industry. Some of the key regulations are outlined below. Formal Price Monitoring On 17 December 2007, under…

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Relying on shipping (for imports) does not increase security risks, and shipping lanes are not easily disrupted. Most countries are reliant on movements of petroleum (crude and product) within and between countries, and particularly so for Australia (in both an export and import sense).…

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Australia’s import, terminal and storage capacity for transport fuel has increased over time to meet growth in fuel demand There has been significant investment in new and expanded storage and terminal facilities over recent years to meet demand growth in key regional centres, as evidenced in…

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Subsidising domestic alternative fuel production is not necessary for energy security The reliable supply of conventional transport fuels (petrol, diesel and jet fuel) to the Australian market is underpinned by a diversity of supply options for petroleum products from domestic refiners and…