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    ACAPMA launches ‘iScan 2016: An Overview of the Australian Retail Fuels Market’

    aca097_iscan_2016_onlineIn the first of its series of annual fuel retailing reports, the Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association (ACAPMA) is pleased to present ‘iScan 2016 – An Overview of the Australian Retail Fuels Market’.

    This report provides a high level analysis of the Australian retail fuels market and the nature of the wholesale and retail industry that supports the operation of this market. Specifically, ‘iScan’ 2016 includes:

    • An overview of the Australian retail fuels market for the year ending 30 June 2015.
    • A current snapshot of the petroleum wholesale and retail industry segments, including an assessment of the economic contribution of each industry segment to the health of the Australian economy.
    • A discussion of some of the current regulatory developments affecting fuel retailers.
    • Some perspectives on the near term challenges for fuel retailers.

    This report is not intended to provide an exhaustive discussion of the retail fuels market in Australia.

    The document is intended as a quick reference guide for the many small to medium businesses that comprise the fuel retailing market in Australia.

    The full story is featured in Convenience World issue 3, June, 2016. For a copy of the ‘iScan 2016’ report click here.

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