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Caltex to rebrand as Ampol from 2020
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6th Jan 2020
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Caltex to rebrand as Ampol from 2020

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Susannah Guthrie
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6th Jan 2020
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Caltex to rebrand as Ampol from 2020

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Susannah Guthrie
Mitsubishi Triton fuel economy buyback sets ‘concerning’ precedent, industry calls for motoring tribunal
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27th Jun 2019
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Mitsubishi Triton fuel economy buyback sets ‘concerning’ precedent, industry calls for motoring tribunal

The car industry has called for a national motoring tribunal to be established following a landmark case in Victoria which awarded the owner of a two-year-old Mitsubishi Triton a full refund on the $39,500 new-car purchase price due to discrepancies over fuel economy claims. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) ruled in favour of an owner of a Mitsubishi Triton who claimed the fuel economy rating label was not an accurate reflection of real world consumption.
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Joshua Dowling
Greater 'clarity' required around Australian emissions regulations - Hyundai
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30th Nov 2018
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Greater 'clarity' required around Australian emissions regulations - Hyundai

Hyundai has reinforced the need for new emissions regulations in Australia, suggesting the industry is eagerly waiting for a 'line in the sand' from the Federal Government on the issue. Speaking with CarAdvice at the launch of the Hyundai Ioniq in Brisbane, Scott Nargar, manager of future mobility and government relations at Hyundai Australia, highlighted the importance of certainty surrounding emissions Down Under.
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Scott Collie
Australian liquid fuels stocks up for assessment, as reserves sit below 50 days
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9th May 2018
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Australian liquid fuels stocks up for assessment, as reserves sit below 50 days

Josh Frydenberg, Minister for the Environment and Energy, has announced plans to assess Australian liquid fuel security for the first time since 2011. As a member of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Australia is obliged to hold 90 days worth of crude oil, liquified-petroleum gas, petrol, diesel and aviation fuel in reserve.
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Scott Collie
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