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We are conducting an inquiry into the supply of and demand for natural gas in Australia. We'll publish regular information on the supply and pricing of gas.
On 13 December 2013 the ACCC accepted NBN Co's Special Access Undertaking (SAU). The SAU commenced on 13 December 2013 and will expire in 2040.
When the ACMA is allocating spectrum licences, it may impose limits (competition limits) on the amount of spectrum that a person can acquire under the allocated licences. In determining allocation limits, the ACMA is required to consult with the ACCC on the competition limits that may be appropriate.
The 2011 Hunter Valley Coal Network Access Undertaking (HVAU) requires the Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) to submit documentation to the ACCC for the purpose of an annual compliance assessment. The 2022 annual compliance assessment will be carried out in accordance with Schedule J of version 8 of the HVAU.
On 21 February 2023 ARTC submitted an application to extend the term of its 2008 Interstate Access Undertaking to 30 June 2024. This is a 12-month extension from the existing expiration date of 30 June 2023.
The ACCC completed a review of the information that Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney airports should provide to the ACCC each year in relation to their prices, revenues, costs and profits.
On 4 November 2022, T-Ports Pty Ltd applied to the ACCC seeking to be determined an exempt service provider of port terminal services at its port terminal facility currently under construction at Wallaroo.
On 12 December 2018, the ACCC commenced a combined public inquiry into making final access determinations for the 6 fixed line telecommunications services and the wholesale ADSL service.
On 31 May 2023 the ACCC released a final determination document confirming that it has determined Commodity Ag to be exempt service provider of port terminal services in relation to its port terminal facility at Albany. The exemption was made by notifiable instrument.
The ACCC made the Audit of Telecommunications Infrastructure Assets record keeping rule in December 2007. The record keeping rule requires specified carriers to report on the locations of their core network and customer access network (CAN) infrastructure.