Gas work authorisation (motor fuel) - Queensland

Service summary

This authorisation is required to undertake gas work for a gas system that supplies fuel to the engine of a vehicle or vessel (marine) or to a stationary engine (up to 5 GJ/hour) or to a stationary engine.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Definition of terms

Gas work

the work of installing, removing, altering, repairing, servicing, testing or certifying the gas system of a gas device.

Eligibility requirements


The applicant must demonstrate that for an individual applicant, that individual, or for a corporate applicant, each individual who will perform gas work for the corporation has completed a relevant course of training or otherwise demonstrates competency to the Chief Inspector.

Transferability

This authorisation cannot be transferred.

Duration

This authorisation remains in effect for the term specified on the authorisation.

Fees

TypeAmountDescription
Application$200.80

Total payable for interim three-year authorisation $200.80. The total payable includes the Application Fee of $71.80 plus a Yearly Authorisation Fee of $43.00 for each year applied for.

Application$329.80

Total payable for full six-year authorisation $329.80. The total payable includes the Application Fee of $71.80 plus a Yearly Authorisation Fee of $43.00 for each year applied for.

Application

You can obtain this authorisation by submitting a completed Application for a Gas work authorisation (motor fuel) (form PGA728AV) to your regional office. The application fee and authorisation fee must accompany the application.

If you are from interstate or overseas, you can obtain information about how to obtain this authorisation from Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate.


Additional information

Approval of automotive gas propulsion installations is handled by the department's Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate.

Administering agency

Department of Natural Resources and Mines
Mine Safety and Health
Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate

Act(s) name

Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Act 2004 (Queensland)

Regulation(s) name

Petroleum and Gas (Production and Safety) Regulation 2004 (Queensland)

Contact details

Chief Inspector, Petroleum and Gas
Department of Natural Resources and Mines
Mine Safety and Health
Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate

Phone:

13 QGOV (13 74 68)

Supporting information

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