Fuel

Retail & wholesale petrol market shares in Australia

On 20 December 2017, the then Treasurer issued a new direction to the ACCC to monitor the prices, costs and profits relating to the supply of petroleum products and related services. This is the second industry report under the new direction.

Petrol prices are not the same - report on petrol prices by major retailer in 2017

An in-depth petrol report detailing annual average retail petrol prices throughout 2017 and identifying the highest and lowest priced major retailers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Consumers urged to fight back against record retailers' margins

Average petrol prices in Australia’s five largest cities increased significantly in the December 2017 quarter and hit their highest levels since 2015, according to the ACCC’s latest quarterly petrol report.

The ACCC found that average petrol prices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth increased by 12.6 cents per litre in the quarter to 135.1 cents per litre.

Petrol price apps can save millions for motorists

The ACCC’s September quarterly report on the Australian petroleum industry reveals how much money motorists can save by avoiding buying petrol at the peak of the price cycle.

ACCC analysis has found if motorists in Sydney had simply avoided buying E10 on the six days around the price cycle peaks in the previous six months, they would have paid on average around 2.6 cents per litre (cpl) less.

Quarterly report on the Australian petroleum market - September quarter 2017

The twelfth quarterly report under the petrol monitoring arrangements announced by the then Minister for Small Business, the Hon. Bruce Billson MP, in December 2014.

Report on the Brisbane petrol market

A market study report prepared under the petrol monitoring arrangements announced by the then Minister for Small Business, the Hon. Bruce Billson MP, in December 2014.