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The Gas Services Information (GSI) is established under the Gas Services Information Regulations 2012.
The GSI Regulations cover the responsibilities and functions of the relevant parties including AEMO, the IMO and the Electricity Review Board, as well as detailing requirements for registration and enforcement of the GSI Rules.
The GSI Rules govern the operation of the Gas Bulletin Board and preparation of the Gas Statement of Opportunities in Western Australia.
The current GSI Rules consist of the initial GSI Rules which were gazetted on 24 June 2013, together with the amendments made by the IMO. This consolidated version of the GSI Rules is provided as a clean copy for information. A hard copy is available for viewing at the IMO's office.
GSI Rules commencing 30 November 2015The IMO’s market operations functions are being transferred to AEMO from 30 November 2015.
This transfer has necessitated a number of changes to the Wholesale Electricity Market (WEM) Rules, the Gas Services Information (GSI) Rules and their associated procedures.
On the 27 November 2015, these changes were gazetted by the Minister for Energy. The gazettal is available here.
The Public Utilities Office has provided the IMO with marked-up and clean versions of the WEM and GSI Rules, these are available on the IMO’s website here.
In accordance with the new transition rules, the IMO has updated the Market and GSI Procedures to reflect the split of functions between the IMO and AEMO. The procedures are also available at the above link.
GSI Rules Part 1 [161kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 2 [192kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 3 [189kB] -30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 4 [117kB] -30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 5 [142kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 6 [129kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 7 [231kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 8 [160kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 9 [144kB] - 30 November 2015
GSI Rules Part 10 [140kB] - 30 November 2015
SchedulesGSI Rules Schedules [236kB] - 30 November 2015
Under the GSI Regulations, the Minister for Energy was responsible for making the initial GSI Rules. The IMO is now responsible for maintaining and developing the GSI Rules, although in some cases amendments to the GSI Rules require the approval of the Minister for Energy.
All Rule Change Proposals progressed by the IMO since the date of commencement can be found here.