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Gas fuels industry committed to maintaining supplies during COVID-19 pandemic

2 Apr 2020

“Australia’s downstream gas fuels industry is committed to maintaining supplies during the current COVID-19 pandemic”, John Griffiths, CEO of its peak body, Gas Energy Australia (GEA), said today. Over two million Australian households and businesses, including hospitals and aged care facilities, depend on Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) for indoor cooking, hot water and warmth. This… Read more »

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Gas industry calls for passage through Coffs Bypass tunnels

11 Nov 2019

Article from Coffs Coast Advocate Author Matt Deans [x] [Downloadable Version] GEA’s Response to Impact Statement  GAS Energy Australia has posed questions of Roads and Maritime Services over the likely ban on dangerous goods trucks using the three proposed tunnels of the Coffs Harbour Bypass. The peak body, representing the Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Compressed… Read more »

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Four affordable measures so gaseous fuels can provide more clean reliable energy and protect local jobs

5 Apr 2019

Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia (GEA), has called on all Parties and Independents at the upcoming Federal Election to commit to Australian gaseous fuels for cleaner, reliable energy and to protect and create more local jobs. GEA’s 2019 Federal Election Statement urges the adoption of four basic and affordable measures… Read more »

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POWER ‘BILL’S BOATS’ WITH CLEANER AUSTRALIAN FUEL TO BOOST LOCAL JOBS AND FUEL SECURITY

27 Mar 2019

Labor’s proposed Australian strategic shipping fleet(1) should be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) given it’s a cleaner, more reliable Australian sourced fuel compared to mostly imported, dirty diesel and bunker oil – according to Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia (GEA). “Mr Shorten, recently announced that it was crucial for… Read more »

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GEA WELCOMES LABOR’S RECOGNITION THAT AUSTRALIA HAS A FUEL SECURITY PROBLEM – BUT THERE IS A CLEANER, LOWER-COST WAY

1 Mar 2019

Australia’s peak body for downstream gaseous fuels, Gas Energy Australia (GEA), has today welcomed Labor’s recognition that Australia has a fuel security problem. However, GEA’s CEO John Griffiths is urging the Opposition to ensure that gaseous fuels are included in Australia’s domestic fuel mix given that they are a cleaner and more reliable Australian sourced… Read more »

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