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Gas Energy Australia

Gas in Australia generates over $70 billion in economic activity, supporting more than 241,600 local jobs to fuel 7 million homes and over 130,000 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, net zero gases - to 2050 and beyond.

Latest News

Gasbot joins GEA

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

Electric shock awaits Victorians switching from gas

New research shows switching from gas to high-efficiency electrical appliances achieves a modest reduction in CO2, but comes at a premium of 16-times the price of carbon abatement. Switching to cheaper, but less efficient electrical appliances, actually increases carbon emissions. With the pathway for LPG to decarbonise by 2050 clear, a rethink is needed on polices pushing people to electricity only...

Gas pumps $70 billion into the Australian economy

The gas economy in Australia drives at least $70B in economic activity (3.4% of GDP), supporting over 241,600 Aussie jobs. Gas - including renewable, net zero gases - is essential for industrial heat and chemical feedstock to make the things we need for modern living. Gas will, increasingly, be called upon as a vital back-up for intermittent solar and wind power generation...

Hot Issues

Draft Future Gas Strategy for Tasmania

GEA is highly supportive of the open-minded approach canvassed in the Tasmanian Government's Draft Future Gas Strategy, leaving the door ajar for the inclusion of renewable gases, like BioLPG, as a major energy boost for households, businesses, industrial users and entire communities. The draft highlights the intrinsic importance of LPG to Tasmanians and embraces the opportunity for affordable and reliable net zero and, potentially, actual zero gas energy...

AustRoads - Consultation RIS – National Heavy Vehicle Driver Competency (NHVDC) Framework

Our members transport gas on Australian roads every day and what seems like a small ripple of change for the General Freight Industry becomes a tsunami when it meets Dangerous Goods freight...

Independent Review of Australian Carbon Credit Units

GEA's response to the Independent Review of Australian Carbon Credit Units Consultation Paper highlights three main areas where the Government can incentivise investment in low emissions technologies that minimise the costs to the Australian economy through the increased use of renewable gas fuels...

Upcoming Events

2023 Australian Domestic Gas Outlook

GEA is a proud supporting partner of the 10th annual Australian Domestic Gas Outlook (ADGO) conference, taking place in Sydney from 20-23 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...

AGIT Scholarships for the International Gas Union's 2023 World Hydrogen Summit and Exhibition.

The leading global platform for hydrogen business returns to the iconic Rotterdam Ahoy in 2023.