Losing fuel tax credits would cripple our town. We depend on diesel for everything.
Rick BrittonGrazier, Queensland
We are one of the most remote mine sites in Australia. All on-site power is diesel driven.
Jarrod RileyManager Sustainability and External Relations
Newmont Tanami Operations, Northern Territory
Any decrease in fuel tax credits would see costs passed on to the consumer.
Matt McDonaldChief Executive Officer
Searoad Ferries Queenscliff, Victoria
They can use up to 1 million litres of diesel each year.
Stanley MackayMackays Bananas Tully, Queensland
If fuel tax credits were abolished, our ability to survive in a high cost domestic environment would be severely compromised.
David CarterAustral Fisheries Perth, Western Australia
Our industry already constantly fights to be price competitive with overseas destinations.
Tony BakerManaging Director
Quicksilver Group, Queensland
Losing the fuel tax credits scheme would put extra pressure on families already facing rising business costs and stagnant farm gate prices.
Michael ChalmersFarmer, New South Wales