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Contents >> Mining and Utilities >> Biennial Fuel and Electricity Survey

Biennial Fuel and Electricity Survey

Name of Collection
Biennial Fuel and Electricity Survey

Senior Energy Analyst
Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE)
Minerals, Energy and Resource Branch
GPO Box 1563

Telephone: Canberra 02 6272 2140
Facsimile: Canberra 02 6272 2344

To provide policy makers and energy consumers with an insight into energy use and production at the Australian and State level, on which to base their medium and long term planning.

This survey is the basis for a biennial energy supply and demand publication which contains historical and forecast information.

The major input into ABARE's biennial energy projections is the information collected in the biennial fuel and electricity survey supplemented with information from energy suppliers and producers. The report is a profile of the Australian energy sector, past present and future. The future is a set of projections of energy consumption and production to the year 2009-10. The past is an historical perspective of trends in energy markets since the early to mid-1970s. All energy types, all states, and all main sectoral divisions of the Australian energy market are covered.

Data are collected by mail questionnaire to 3,000 respondents.

Data Detail
Energy consumed by:

  • Fuel type;
  • Equipment type;
  • Industry (ANZSIC); and
  • Establishment.

Geographic Coverage
Australia, States and Territories.

Frequency of Data Availability
Data are available biennially. The latest release was in February 1997.

Historical Data
Data are available from 1973-74.

Products and Services
Australian Energy Consumption and Production Historical Trends and Projections to 2009-10
More detailed statistical information is available on floppy disk. Special data services are available on request.

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