COAG Energy Council Reform Agenda Implementation Plan - Progress Report (July 2015)

At the 23 July 2015 Energy Council meeting, Ministers discussed progress made in aligning the Council's work program around six strategic themes: generation, networks, retail, energy productivity, natural gas, and resources productivity and development. Ministers also agreed to release the Council's Reform Implementation Plan which is intended to inform stakeholders of the status of key work streams that the Council is pursuing within these six strategic themes to improve energy and resources markets for the long term benefit of industry and consumers.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Stage Two Report (September 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Interim Stage Two Report (August 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Stage One Report (June 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Interim Stage One Report (April 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Discussion Paper Three (July 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Consultation Paper Two (March 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Review of the Limited Merits Review Regime - Consultation Paper One (March 2012)

A limited merits review regime was introduced in the National Electricity Law (NEL) on 1 January 2008 and the National Gas Law (NGL) on 1 July 2008. The regime provides parties affected by the decisions of the energy regulator, or other relevant decision maker under the NEL or NGL, with recourse to a review mechanism.

Ministerial Council on Energy Standing Committee of Officials Bulletin No. 195 - Gas Appliances (Carbon Monoxide) Safety Strategy

On 3 May 2011 the former Ministerial Council on Energy requested that the Gas Technical Regulators Committee conduct research and produce an independent report exploring options to mitigate the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. The draft Gas Appliances (Carbon Monoxide) Safety Strategy (the Strategy) produced by the Committee provides a detailed technical discussion and examines the causes of carbon monoxide accumulation to hazardous levels and presents the merits of potential options to mitigate the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning in residences and recreational vehicles.

12th Ministerial Council on Mineral and Petroleum Resources meeting communique - 28 May 2010

Australian, State and Territory Ministers responsible for minerals and petroleum resources met in Melbourne on 28 May 2010 for the 12th meeting of the Ministerial Council on Mineral and Petroleum Resources. The meeting was chaired by the Hon Martin Ferguson AM MP, Australian Government Minister for Resources and Energy.

At the meeting, Ministers:

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