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Petrol station owners face $1 million fines for mis-stating ethanol octane rating
3 years ago

Petrol station owners face $1 million fines for mis-stating ethanol octane rating

Anne Davis, 16 December 2015

Service station owners are facing a double whammy over E10 ethanol petrol after the Department of Fair Trading issued warnings they faced fines up to …
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Premier Mike Baird under the pump
3 years ago

Premier Mike Baird under the pump

Alicia Wood, 15 December 2015

LABELS can be misleading, job titles more so. And in the latest stoush over ethanol fuel in NSW politics, the traditional conservatism of the …
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Ethanol deal fuels 8c per litre rise
3 years ago

Ethanol deal fuels 8c per litre rise

Alicia Wood, 14 December 2015

A CONTROVERSIAL plan that could bump up the price of petrol by up to 8c a litre, by forcing all service stations to sell ethanol, …
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Australian biofuel use to plummet despite Queensland ethanol mandate
3 years ago

Australian biofuel use to plummet despite Queensland ethanol mandate

Christine Forster, 11 December 2015

A decision by the Queensland government to mandate the use of ethanol in regular unleaded gasoline sold in the state may provide a small uptick …
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Unfair ethanol slug for drivers
3 years ago

Unfair ethanol slug for drivers

14 December 2015

NSW motorists are currently enjoying a remarkable period of reduced petrol prices. This has been caused by numerous global factors, but the bottom line is that …
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Sugar bill has mills running
3 years ago

Sugar bill has mills running

Emily Smith, 11 December 2015

Yesterday Thailand’s Mitr Phol, owner of MSF Sugar, said they would allocate planned future investments to other countries and Sarina’s Plane Creek mill owner Wilmar …
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Bundaberg MP says E10 mandate will boost jobs
3 years ago

Bundaberg MP says E10 mandate will boost jobs

08 December 2015

BUNDABERG MP Leanne Donaldson says the new laws for ethanol-blended petrol and bio-based diesel will boost regional jobs.

Queensland Parliament passed legislation last week which included an …
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Ethanol mandate signals higher feed costs
3 years ago

Ethanol mandate signals higher feed costs

Brian Tessmann, 07 December 2015

The passing last week of the Bill to introduce an ethanol mandate is yet another manmade and unnecessary blow for animal industries such as …
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Sugar socialism could breach free trade agreements

Mark Ludlow, 03 December 2015

The forced re-regulation of Queensland’s $2 billion sugar industry could breach international trade agreements and threaten foreign investment, Queensland Deputy Premier Jackie Trad said.

Her minority Labor …
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Servos warn of petrol price hike under ethanol mandate
3 years ago

Servos warn of petrol price hike under ethanol mandate

Chris Calcino, 04 December 2015

DRIVERS have been warned they could face an 8c a litre hike in fuel prices if the NSW Government pushes ahead with a plan to …
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