Talking Gas – Government releases its Preferred Design for Mandatory Reporting of Petroleum Statistics

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GEA highlights the benefits of gaseous fuels in its submission to the Queensland Government’s Queensland Gas Supply and Demand Action Plan discussion paper

In this issue:
GEA highlights the benefits of gaseous fuels in its submission to the Queensland Government’s Queensland Gas Supply and Demand Action Plan discussion paper
Government releases its Preferred Design for Mandatory Reporting of Petroleum Statistics
GEA champions representation after training shakeup
NMI Strategic Review endorses international recognition
GEA responds to NMI on density compensation for dispensers
NSW amalgamates the gas and electricity consumer safety laws
Heavy Vehicle National Law investigative and enforcement powers review
Sustainability Victoria Energy Efficiency Capability Grants
Ho ho ho… Marry Christmas Everyone!
Vehicle emissions tests reveal real-world performance
Cities tackling the issue of improving urban air quality
Electric Cars’ Carbon Use Depends on Source
Paris Makes All Public Transport Free In A Bid To Tackle The Worst Smog Seen In 10 Years
AEMO: Eastern Australia facing gas shortages as LNG exports surge
Seaspan Ferries takes delivery of its first LNG ferry
Renault Trucks exhibits its D Wide CNG truck to the transport company STAF
Australian Domestic Gas Outlook 2017

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