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Gas Energy Australia

Australian gas generates $196 billion in economic activity and supports 949,000 local jobs to fuel 7 million Aussie homes and over 130,000 businesses in meeting their day-to-day needs.

Renewable gases will transform how we work, relax and play, ensuring our economy, businesses and families can continue to reliably and affordably use gas - net zero gas - to 2050 and beyond.

Latest News

Don't give gas the cold shoulder

GEA's Opinion Editorial in the Herald Sun, Courier-Mail and NT News newspapers highlights the importance of gas today, and into the future, as a reliable, affordable and much-needed energy source that takes pressure off an already over-burdened electricity supply network. But gas has the added bonus of being net zero by 2050 - it makes sense to back in Australian gas...

Clean Energy Fuels Australia joins GEA

Gas Energy Australia is pleased to welcome Clean Energy Fuels Australia as the newest member of the Association. We appreciate their support and look forward to working with the CEFA team, as well as all our members and associates, over the years ahead...

Don't 'shut the door' on renewable, net zero gases

If ignorance is bliss, some local councils must be very happy little Vegemites! Responding to an article in The Age citing 13 Victorian councils calling for a ban on new gas connections, GEA's Letter to the Editor shows that cheaper, more reliable and net zero gas use is vital and any government - local, state or federal - banning it, won't be thanked...

Hot Issues

Victoria's Emissions Reduction Target for 2035

GEA supports the Victorian Government's interim targets, noting the best way to achieve these goals is through renewable, net zero gases - namely renewable DME, biogas, biomethane and bioLPG - which are more reliable, have fewer input costs and emissions and, ultimately, are cheaper than electricfication...

Australian Government's Low Emission Technology Statement 2022

Our submission backs a technology-led bid to reduce emissions without imposing new costs on households, businesses or the broader economy. This approach allows for emerging renewable, net zero gas technologies to come to the fore in reducing emissions to net zero by 2050...

Tasmanian Future Gas Strategy

The Tasmanian Government's priorities of jobs, encouraging growth and investment, and protecting consumers, while ensuring energy remains affordable and reliable, means gas - including emerging renewable, net zero gases - will be vital in the state's energy mix...

Upcoming Events

GEA Health and Safety Committee

The Committee will meet from 1:00–1:30pm on 17 August 2022 for a 'Drop in and Discussion Session' (Virtual – Microsoft Teams). This is the Committee's regular (bi-monthly) session to canvass health and safety issues and related topics of interest to the sector...

GEA Health and Safety Committee

The Committee will meet from 1:00–1:30pm on 19 October 2022 for a 'Drop in and Discussion Session' (Virtual – Microsoft Teams). This is the Committee's regular (bi-monthly) session to canvass health and safety issues and related topics of interest to the sector...