Australian petroleum statistics
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About this publication
The Department of Industy is responsible for the collection of national and state petroleum statistical information, from which it produces its monthly publication,Australian petroleum statistics.
Australian petroleum statistics provides monthly national and state petroleum statistical information for the following categories:
- sales of petroleum products
- exports and imports of petroleum products and crude oil
- production of crude oil and condensate
- refinery input and output
- stocks of petroleum products.
The latest editions of the publication are published online on a monthly basis. Editions from previous years are also available.
Latest edition of this publication
- Australian Petroleum Statistics 2014–Issue No.215 [PDF 1.6 MB]
- Australian Petroleum Statistics 2014–Issue No.215 [XLS 2.1 MB]
Previous editions of this publication
To source the Australian petroleum statistics from previous years, please use the following links:
- Australia petroleum statistics—2014
- Australia petroleum statistics—2013
- Australia petroleum statistics—2012
- Australia petroleum statistics—2011
- Australia petroleum statistics—2010
Mandatory petroleum data reporting
On 25 January 2013, the then Minister for Resources and Energy announced the Australian Government's decision to develop and implement a mandatory petroleum data reporting regime. Mandatory reporting will improve the quality and coverage of data on the production, sale, stock holding and trade of petroleum across the Australian supply chain.
On 20 May 2013, a discussion paper was released to facilitate the first stage of consultation with stakeholders on the design and implementation of the regime.
Stakeholder views are welcomed on specific aspects of the regime including: the type of data collected, collection methodology, reporting boundaries, timing, confidentiality, existing legislative options and minimising regulatory burden.
Petroleum producers, refiners, importers, exporters, distributors, retailers, final users (e.g. mining and petrochemical) and users of Australian petroleum data are encouraged to lodge a submission in response to the discussion paper by COB on 5 July 2013 toTransportFuels@industry.gov.au.
The discussion paper and further information on the development of the mandatory petroleum data reporting regime is available at the Industry website.
For more information about Australian petroleum statistics email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about mandatory petroleum data reporting email: TransportFuels@industry.gov.au