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  • Policy Subcategory: Fuel and energy (Biofuels and bioenergy)

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Fuel and energy (Biofuels and bioenergy)

  • Preview Energy Green Paper Response: Submission (PDF 815.6 kb)
    Submitted to Department of Industry on 4 November, 2014

    The NFF’s submission encourages the government to address energy related issues including rising energy costs, the need for greater transparency in energy pricing, regulation and development of resource projects, the securing of Australia’s energy supplies and the assurance that energy sector expansion occurs in a manner that compliments, not compromises, Australian agriculture.

  • Preview Energy Green Paper Response: Submission (PDF 815.6 kb)
    Submitted to Department of Industry on 4 November, 2014

    The NFF’s submission encourages the government to address energy related issues including rising energy costs, the need for greater transparency in energy pricing, regulation and development of resource projects, the securing of Australia’s energy supplies and the assurance that energy sector expansion occurs in a manner that complements, not compromises, Australian agriculture.

  • Preview Inquiry into the Fuel Indexation (Road Funding) Bill 2014 and related bills: Submission (PDF 390.4 kb)
    Submitted to Senate Economics Legislation Committee on 26 June, 2014

    The NFF welcomes the opportunity to comment on the package of bills which propose amendments to the Excise Tariff Act 1921 and the Customs Tariff Act 1995 to index the rate of excise and excise-equivalent customs duty applied to fuels (the bills).

    Should the Senate decide to support the bills to index fuel excise, the NFF strongly recommends that no changes are made to remove indexation of FTCs in line with movements in excise rates.

  • Preview Energy White Paper: Submission (PDF 584.7 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Government on 9 April, 2012

    The NFF's April 2012 submission to the Government's Energy White Paper reinforces the importance of access to relatively low cost energy in order to bolster our international competitiveness and ensure food security. The NFF urges Government to continue to focus on the important issue of fuel and energy security, which is so important to the long term competitiveness of the agricultural sector.

  • Preview Senate Committee on Fuel and Energy: Submission (PDF 504.7 kb)
    Submitted to Senate Select Committee on Fuel and Energy on 28 August, 2008

    The NFF's 28 August 2008 submission outlines the impact that fuel and energy prices are having on Australian farmers and identifying a range of initiatives that the NFF believes can help to alleviate the situation.

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