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This update to the Gas Statement of Opportunities (GSOO) assesses the forecast adequacy of the east coast gas market and Western Australia gas market to meet forecast annual gas requirements for calendar years 2018 and 2019.
This report confirms the need for additional investments and new approaches to ensure AEMO has a reliable portfolio of dispatchable energy resources, capable of responding quickly and effectively to the dynamic needs of the power system.
AEMO has prepared this document to provide information about possible fast frequency response services that may be valuable in future, as at the date of distribution. This document or the information in it may be subsequently updated or amended.
This 2017 Electricity Forecasting Insights provides independent electricity consumption, maximum demand, and minimum demand forecasts for each National Electricity Market (NEM) region over a 20-year forecast period (2017–18 to 2036–37).
In its inaugural Energy Supply Outlook (ESO), the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) highlights a low risk of electricity shortfalls for an average summer in 2017/18, however the power system remains susceptible to extreme conditions.
The 2016 NGFR provides insights into the increasingly complex interdependencies between the gas and electricity sectors and the relationship between Australia’s energy demand and growing links to the international gas sector.
The gas forecasts continue to be dominated by gas demand to supply liquefied...
This Insights report provides a preliminary assessment of some of the potential impacts of the closure decision Hazelwood power station. Further investigation is required to gain a deeper, more holistic understanding of scenarios whereby the power system is operating with less synchronous generation.
This preliminary report explains how severe weather moved through South Australia on the afternoon of Wednesday 28 September 2016, with high winds, thunderstorms, lightning strikes, hail, and heavy rainfall. The weather resulted in multiple transmission system faults including, in the space of 12 seconds, the...
This document outlines a cost-based, engineering optimisation plan by the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO), that forecasts the overall transmission system requirements for the National Electricity Market (NEM) over the next twenty years.
This report illustrates the technical challenges of the changing generation mix and the need for these to be managed with the support of efficient and effective regulatory and market mechanisms that work together for the least cost and long-term interest of consumers.