Ports pricing and access review 2017
- Project Released: 30 Sep 2016
- Project Closes: Oct 2017
- Contact: Stuart Peevor
The Maritime Services (Access) Act 2000 requires the Essential Services Commission to review the South Australian ports pricing and access regimes every five years. The Commission’s 2017 Ports Pricing and Access Review is being conducted to meet this requirement.
The Review will consider the following questions:
- Should the ports access regime continue for a further five‐year period from 31 October 2017?
- Should the ports price regulation regime for Essential Maritime Services continue for a further five-year period from 31 October 2017? If it is to continue, what form of price regulation should be adopted?
Current status is Submissions
The Commission has received five public submissions and one confidential submission following the release of its issues paper in relation to its Ports Pricing and Access Review 2017. All relevant issues raised in the submissions will be considered by the Commission ahead of releasing its draft report in April 2017.
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