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Gas Energy Australia

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

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...

Therma-Safe Insulation joins GEA

Gas Energy Australia is pleased to welcome Therma-Safe Insulation as the newest member of the Association. We appreciate their support and look forward to working with the TSI team, along with all of our Members and Associates, over the years ahead...

Net zero gas can save costs

Hugely expensive electrification isn't the only option to reduce CO2 emissions in homes. GEA's Opinion Editorial in the Herald Sun shows how BioLPG is an easier and cheaper option for homeowners being shunted from natural gas in Victoria. It makes sense to have as many runners in the renewables race as possible and bioLPG is a winner for existing customers and those wanting to stick with gas and be net zero, without the hefty price tag of electrification...

Hot Issues

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...

Future Gas Strategy

GEA's submission to the Australian Government's Future Gas Strategy details LPG's transition to net zero bioLPG and actual zero renewable LPG, its applicability in homes, commercial and industrial (including farming), and recreational uses. It also shows how it can replace diesel and shipping fuel - all while decarbonising over the same timeframe as electrification...

Pathway to Zero Emissions for LPG

Flipping the idea that electrification is the only way to achieve emissions reductions, new modelling shows homes and businesses across Australia can reliably and affordably use net zero, moving to actual zero, LPG - avoiding the exorbitant costs of switching to electricity, saving the public purse from unnecessary costs and taking pressure off an increasingly overstretched electricity grid...

Upcoming Events

2024 Australian Domestic Gas Outlook

GEA is a proud supporting partner of the 11th annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook (ADGO) conference, taking place in Sydney from 25-28 March 2023. It's where you can engage and hear from senior leaders across the length and breadth of the gas value chain. GEA Members save 10% off the registration fee...

2024 GEA National Forum

Renewable Gas - Changing the Game is the theme for GEA's 2024 National Forum over 30-31 May 2024 at Pullman on the Park in Melbourne. The Interim Program is available from this website, along with delegate registration details, sponsorship and trade table opportunities. The full Speakers list is being updated. Check it out today to secure your spot at this important information sharing and networking event...