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Hydrogen gives new life to Toyota’s Altona car manufacturing plant
7 hours ago

Hydrogen gives new life to Toyota’s Altona car manufacturing plant

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has today announced funding for Toyota Motor Corporation Australia Limited to start the transformation of part of its decommissioned car manufacturing plant in Altona …
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How Much Oil Is Displaced by Electric Vehicles? Not Much, So Far
8 hours ago

How Much Oil Is Displaced by Electric Vehicles? Not Much, So Far

Electric vehicles are taking ever-bigger bites out of global oil demand, but they haven’t yet caught up with the growing size of the pie.

Gasoline and diesel displacement by electric …
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Caltex feels the pinch in margins
8 hours ago

Caltex feels the pinch in margins

Fuels supplier Caltex has advised of a “challenging” first quarter with weak refining margins, a shutdown at its oil refinery and a dip in convenience retailing returns.

Caltex’s margin on …
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Petrol prices higher because Canberrans won’t shop around: servo group
8 hours ago

Petrol prices higher because Canberrans won’t shop around: servo group

Canberra’s petrol prices are higher in part because the city’s “affluent” population is not as sensitive to price signals as other jurisdictions, an ACT parliamentary inquiry has heard.

Australasian Convenience …
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Largest fuel tanker to ever enter Port of Newcastle – Pro Alliance – arrives on Monday
8 hours ago

Largest fuel tanker to ever enter Port of Newcastle – Pro Alliance – arrives on Monday

The largest fuel tanker to ever enter the Port of Newcastle arrived on Monday. 

The 244-metre Pro Alliance long range 2 class tanker berthed at Stolthaven’s Mayfield 7 dedicated bulk liquids …
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ACCC has $170b franchising sector in its sights
8 hours ago

ACCC has $170b franchising sector in its sights

Rod Sims, chairman of the competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, is itching for the government to reform the $170 billion franchising sector.

It follows a damning parliamentary …
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Senator says Royal Commission into state’s pump prices needed
8 hours ago

Senator says Royal Commission into state’s pump prices needed

If you feel like you are being robbed every time you fill your tank, you are absolutely right. Tassies are being gouged at the bowser.  In early January, we were paying …
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12 per cent of unmonitored underground fuel systems  fail an integrity test:  Leighton O’Brien analysis
5 days ago

12 per cent of unmonitored underground fuel systems fail an integrity test: Leighton O’Brien analysis

Twelve per cent of unmonitored underground fuel systems fail an equipment integrity test (EIT), indicating a potential leak or maintenance issue, data from fuel analytics provider Leighton O’Brien reveals.

Unmonitored …
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The future regulation of underground petroleum storage systems in NSW
5 days ago

The future regulation of underground petroleum storage systems in NSW

Petroleum industry stakeholder briefing and discussion forum

Industry stakeholder briefing and discussion forum Wednesday 27 March 2019, 2–4pm, 59 Goulburn St, Sydney

On 1 September …
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Poor geographic spread of cheap petrol stations affecting ACT prices
5 days ago

Poor geographic spread of cheap petrol stations affecting ACT prices

A lack of cheaper petrol stations spread across the ACT, potentially higher use of fuel cards and lack of sites for stations on major arterial roads may be pushing Canberra’s …
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