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On 24 September 2015 the ACCC released final determinations granting exemptions to both GrainCorp and Queensland Bulk Terminals at their respective bulk wheat port terminals at the Port of Brisbane.
On 24 September 2015 the ACCC released a final determination granting an exemption to WAPRES at its Bunbury port terminal facility.
The ACCC provided its final advice on the water infrastructure charge rules on 26 June 2009.
The ACCC has commenced consultation on non-price terms and conditions and supplementary pricing issues for a number of related declared services:
On 30 July 2015, the ACCC exempted Newcastle Agri Terminal Pty Ltd's and Qube Holdings Limited's respective bulk wheat terminals at the Port of Newcastle under the mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access.
These letters from the ARTC document the progress of various reviews related to the 2011 Hunter Valley undertaking.
On 25 June 2015, the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal of NSW (IPART) submitted an application for accreditation to the ACCC .
The ACCC is consulting on what information NBN Co should disclose about the rollout of its network.
A mandatory Code on bulk wheat terminal access commenced on 30 September 2014, replacing the previous access undertakings regime administered by the ACCC. The Code regulates bulk wheat port terminal operators to ensure that exporters have fair and transparent access to terminal facilities.
The ACCC commences a public inquiry into making a final access determination for the Mobile Terminating Access Service (MTAS).
- Access undertaking
- Dispute resolution
- Accreditation application
- Service declaration
- Policy development
- Access variation
- Price notification
- Policy advice
- Price determination
- Access determination
- Compliance assessment
- Undertaking variation
- Access declaration
- Access exemption
- Information paper