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Fuel Excise and Fuel Credits – What’s Happened?

The road transport industry has not been given the same relief from rising fuel prices as the general public through a reduction in fuel excise. Treasury has said that we are getting 4.3 cents a litre more after 29 March 2022. But because of timing issues and the elimination of the fuel tax credit, there is an adverse impact on members’ cash flow and many members will be worse off. Hear from indirect tax expert Chris Sant who will outline the changes made and the financial impact on members.

Speaker: Chris Sant, Principal and Fuel Tax Leader, Ryan Tax Services

Chris leads Ryan Australia’s Fuel Tax Credit practice and has over 12 years of experience in advising clients across various sectors. In total, Chris has advised over 250 companies in claiming their full entitlement and collaborative worked with the ATO to resolve disputes.

Chris previously worked in the “Big 4” where he was involved in the 2012 (refrigeration) and 2016 (toll roads) Linfox Fuel Tax Credit cases. Chris is also an active member of the ATO’s Fuel Schemes Advisory Forum.

The webinar will be recorded and available on the NatRoad website after the event.

Click here to register for this Zoom webinar.



  • Chris Sant, Principal and Fuel Tax Leader, Ryan Tax Services

Event Schedule Details

  • 6 April, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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