About this inquiry

The bills contain proposed amendments to the Excise Tariff Act 1921 and the Customs Tariff Act 1995 that would index the rate of excise and excise-equivalent customs duty applied to fuels. The bills also propose that a special account be established to ensure that the net additional revenue from the reintroduction of fuel indexation is used for road infrastructure funding.


Past Public Hearings

02 Jul 2014: Canberra, ACT

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Inquiry Status

Submissions Closed

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Submissions

Submissions received by the Committee

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No.Submitter 
1Mr Cole Hendrigan (PDF 580 KB) 
2National Farmers' Federation (PDF 386 KB) 
3Sustainable Transport Coalition of Western Australia (PDF 342 KB) 
4Mr Ben Rose (PDF 417 KB) 
5National Growth Areas Alliance (PDF 33 KB) 
6Minerals Council of Australia (PDF 227 KB) 
7Australasian Railway Association (PDF 484 KB) 
8Australian Trucking Association (PDF 157 KB) 
9Bus Industry Confederation (PDF 239 KB) 
10Mr Matt Mushalik (PDF 1166 KB) 
11The National Road and Motorists’ Association (PDF 438 KB) 
12Northern Territory Government (PDF 258 KB) 
13Australian Automobile Association (PDF 306 KB) 
14Planning Institute Australia (PDF 355 KB) 
15Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil (PDF 407 KB) 
16Associate Professor Philip Laird, University of Wollongong (PDF 107 KB) 

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