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Gas in Australia generates over $121 billion in economic activity, while supporting 258,779 local jobs, to fuel 7 million homes and hundreds of thousands of businesses in meeting their daily needs.

Green gases will transform how we work, relax and play, ensuring families and businesses can continue to reliably and affordably use gas - renewable, zero-emitting gases - to 2050 and beyond.

Latest News

GEA welcomes Bundy Hot Gas & AAA Gas as our newest Members

Gas Energy Australia is pleased to welcome Bundy Hot Gas as a new Member, while AAA Gas Logistics has increased its stake in the Association by moving from an Associate Member level to full Member. We greatly appreciate the support of all our Members as we strive to ensure LPG remains a vital and vibrant part of Australia's future energy mix...

Supagas increases stake in GEA

GEA advises that long-standing Member company Supagas has recommitted to the Association in a big way, upping its membership from Advisory Council Level 3 to Level 1, with Supagas Managing Director Erol Arican also taking up a position on the GEA Board...

Great Aussie BBQ going green

BBQ-loving Aussies are being advised this Australia Day long weekend that their favourite grill is going green. Traditional LPG is transitioning to bioLPG over the next couple of years, to be net zero in line with electricity supply. It's a seamless transition that will cost nothing for equipment as existing cylinders, pipes and BBQs need no changes. The same goes for over 2 million Aussie homes using LPG for indoor stoves, hot water and heating...

Hot Issues

Safeguard Mechanism - Best Practice Emissions Intensities Update

GEA's submission supports the market-based approach for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), including Renewable Aviation Kerosene (RAK) and Renewable Diesel (RD). Additionally, we would urge recognition of all biofuels, including renewable propane and butane, that will be produced in the manufacturing of RAK and RD...

LPG Flood & Storm Safety

Floods are the most common natural disaster in Australia, but there are a few simple steps we can follow to help prepare for and recover from flood and storms events. We've published guidance resources for the community and LPG industry on this website to increase general awareness of LPG safety during flood and major storm events...

Maritime Emissions Reduction National Action Plan

GEA's submission on the future of maritime fuels in Australia and the opportunity to adopt LPG - and by extension bioLPG and, ultimately rLPG - as the fuel of choice. It delivers an immediate 20% reduction in emissions today, that reduces to net zero with the arrival of bioLPG and actual zero though synthetic rLPG. It's also a major win for the marine environment in eliminating the risk of diesel-oil spills...

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