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1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2003  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 24/01/2003   
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ABS publications

Australian Demographic Statistics (3101.0)

Australian National Accounts: National Balance Sheet (5241.0.40.001)

Australian System of National Accounts (5204.0)

Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Accounts, Australia, 1992-93 to 1997-98 (4604.0)

Environmental Issues: People's Views and Practices (4602.0)

International Merchandise Trade, Australia (5422.0)

Other references

ABARE (Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics):

  • 1997, Australian Commodity Statistics 1997, Canberra
  • 1998, Australian Commodity Statistics 1998, Canberra
  • 2000, Australian Commodity Statistics 2000, Canberra
  • 2001, Australian Commodity Statistics 2001, Canberra

Electronic datasets

AGO (Australian Greenhouse Office) 2000, National Greenhouse Gas Inventory

AGSO (Australian Geological Survey Organisation) (now Geoscience Australia):
  • 2000a, Australia's Identified Mineral Resources 2000, Canberra
  • 2000b, Oil and Gas Resources of Australia 1999, Canberra

ANZMEC (Australian and New Zealand Minerals and Energy Council) 2001, Energy Trends: An Analysis of Energy Supply and Use in the National Energy Market - 2000

OECD/IEA (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development/International Energy Agency):
  • 2001, Energy Use in Australia in an International Perspective: Comparison of Trends through the mid 1990s, Paris
  • 2002, Energy Balances of OECD Countries 1999-2000, Paris

Other sources

The following organisations also produce energy and greenhouse gas statistics:

Australian Greenhouse Office

Australian Institute of Petroleum

Commonwealth Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources

Electricity Supply Association of Australia

Joint Coal Board

LANDINFO, Sinclair Knight Mertz

The Australia Gas Association

State government departments and instrumentalities are also important sources of energy data, particularly at the regional level. A number of private corporations and other entities operating within the energy field also publish or make available a significant amount of information.

Web sites

Australian Greenhouse Office, http://www.greenhouse.gov.au

Australian Institute of Petroleum, http://www.aip.com.au

Australian Renewable Energy site (Australian Greenhouse Office), http://renewable.greenhouse.gov.au

Commonwealth Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources, http://www.industry.gov.au

Electricity Supply Association of Australia, http://www.esaa.com.au

Energy Australia, http://www.energy.com.au

Geoscience Australia, http://www.agso.gov.au

International Energy Agency, http://www.iea.org

Joint Coal Board, http://www.coalservices.com.au/

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, http://www.oecd.org

Sustainable Energy Development Authority (NSW), http://www.seda.nsw.gov.au

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