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Publication by subject: Environment and Energy


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  1. Fuel Efficiency of Ships and Aircraft

    This Working Paper examines past trends in the fuel efficiency of ships and aircraft, and looks at technical developments and economic factors which could yield further improvements.

    Publication Type: Working Paper

    Publication Number: 4

    Publication Subjects: aviation, environment and energy, maritime

    Release Date: 17 November 1992

     
  2. Modelling the Land Use—Transport—Environment Interaction

    This Paper briefly describes the LAND computer package, which seeks to replicate land use, transport and environmental interaction.

    Publication Type: Occasional Paper

    Publication Number: 107

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 04 July 1992

     
  3. Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Transport: Some Tax Policy...

    The paper examines three tax policy options that might reduce greenhouse gas emissions in transport.

    Publication Type: Working Paper

    Publication Number: 3

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 17 October 1991

     
  4. Major Marine Oil Spills—Risk and Response

    This study examines the risk associated with major oil spills (over 1000 tonnes) in open water anywhere on the Australian coast.

    Publication Type: Research Report

    Publication Number: 70

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 22 August 1991

     
  5. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Australian Transport

    The Paper details emissions from various segments of the transport sector, discusses the magnitude of the task involved in reducing transport emissions, and examines the potential for reducing them by alternative means.

    Publication Type: Working Paper

    Publication Number: 1

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy, forecasting

    Release Date: 17 May 1991

     
  6. Demand Forecasts and Demand Elasticities for Australian Transport Fuel

    The study focuses on the demand for major transport fuels and assesses forecasts of demand.

    Publication Type: Occasional Paper

    Publication Number: 103

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy, forecasting

    Release Date: 04 February 1991

     
  7. Transport of Hydrocarbons in the Oil and Gas Industries

    This Paper is an exploratory attempt to examine the distribution of raw and refined petroleum products by all transport modes over the period 1971–72 to 1986–87.

    Publication Type: Information Paper

    Publication Number: 31

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 01 March 1989

     
  8. Energy Policies and Company Cars: An Application of Experimental...

    With company cars being perceived as generally larger and less fuel-efficient than average vehicles, and travelling greater distances and replaced more frequently, it seems useful to examine the effectiveness of policies that might have potential

    Publication Type: Occasional Paper

    Publication Number: 47

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 29 June 1981

     
  9. Freight Transport Energy Consumption: A Comparison Between the...

    The paper compares energy consumption characteristics of the three main freight modes (road, rail and sea) when undertaking comparable tasks.

    Publication Type: Occasional Paper

    Publication Number: 45

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 29 June 1981

     
  10. Economic Analysis of Non-Price Rationing With Particular Reference to...

    The study concludes that as fuel may be rationed in some way, it is useful to examine the various forms of non-price rationing so as to discover their merits and flaws,particularly their costs, relative to price rationing.

    Publication Type: Occasional Paper

    Publication Number: 44

    Publication Subjects: environment and energy

    Release Date: 29 May 1981

     
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