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1292.0 - Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 (Revision 1.0)  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 19/09/2008   
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Division C MANUFACTURING
Subdivision 17 PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING
Group 170 PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING
Class 1701 Petroleum Refining and Petroleum Fuel Manufacturing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in refining heavy and light component crude oil, manufacturing and/or blending materials into petroleum fuels, and manufacturing fuels from the liquefication of petroleum gases.
Primary activities
  • Automotive diesel manufacturing
  • Automotive petroleum refining
  • Aviation fuel (Avgas) manufacturing
  • Blending petroleum fuel with ethanol
  • Fuel oil manufacturing
  • Gas oil manufacturing
  • Heating oil manufacturing
  • Industrial diesel manufacturing
  • Jet fuel manufacturing
  • Kerosene manufacturing
  • Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) manufacturing (in conjunction with petroleum refining)
  • Motor spirit manufacturing
  • Oil or grease base stock manufacturing
  • Petroleum refining or blending
Exclusions/References
      Units mainly engaged in
  • processing of oil and grease stocks are included in Class 1709 Other Petroleum and Coal Product Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing organic alcohol solvents such as methanol, ethanol, glycols and ether are included in Class 1812 Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing cyclic crude and intermediate compounds are included in Class 1709 Other Petroleum and Coal Product Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing pure hydrocarbon gases are included in Class 1811 Industrial Gas Manufacturing;
  • manufacturing paraffin and petroleum waxes and jellies are included in Class 1709 Other Petroleum and Coal Product Manufacturing; and
  • manufacturing ethanol and other industrial alcohols are included in Class 1812 Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing.


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