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2019 Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into the oil and gas industry in Australia

ExxonMobil Australia submission

2018-19 Workplace Gender Equality Agency Public Report

ExxonMobil Australia submission

Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into the Economic Regulation of Airports

Mobil Oil Australia’s submissions to the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into the Economic Regulation of Airports (November 2018 and March 2019).

Inquiry into Corporate Tax Avoidance

ExxonMobil Australia supplementary submission (February 2018)

Security of Critical Infrastructure Draft Bill 2017

ExxonMobil Australia submission (November 2017)

Inquiry into the Political Influence of Donations

ExxonMobil Australia submission (October 2017)

Petroleum Resource Rent Tax review – Consultation paper

ExxonMobil Australia submission (July 2017)

Coastal Shipping Reforms – Discussion paper

Mobil Australia submission (May 2017)

Better Fuel for Cleaner Air – Discussion paper

Mobil Australia submission (April 2017)

Supplementary submission to Petroleum Resource Rent Tax review

ExxonMobil Australia submission (March 2017)

Review of PRRT Issues Note

ExxonMobil Australia submission (February 2017)

Proposed Amendments to the Environmental Protection Regulations 1999 - Consultation paper 

ExxonMobil Australia submission (January 2017)

Inquiry into Corporate Avoidance of the Fair Work Act

ExxonMobil Australia submission (November 2016)

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