RAB roll-forward

Status
In effect
Final report
21/06/2018

The DBCT access undertaking provides for us to approve the annual revenue requirement (ARR) and tariffs.

DBCT Management is required to submit a RAB roll-forward proposal to us by 15 May each year under the 2017 access undertaking.

RAB roll-forward 2019–20

On 20 June 2019, we approved:

  • DBCT Management’s annual revenue requirement for 2019–20
  • a change in terminal infrastructure charge—associated with the reference tonnage review event that DBCT Management submitted as part of its RAB roll-forward application.

On the same date, we also accepted DBCTM’s non-expansion capital expenditure 2018 for $10.7 million.

Date Action
14 May 2019 DBCT Management submitted its RAB roll-forward application
31 May 2019 DBCT Management submitted an amended application
20 June 2019 The QCA approved the ARR and TIC for 2019–20

Report and papers

Date
Title Document
20 June 2019 Final report QCA—Letter to DBCTM on 2019–20 ARR, reference tonnage, TIC and NECAP 2018–19 pdf, 375.83 Kb

RAB roll-forward 2018–19

On 21 June 2018, we approved:

  • DBCT Management (DBCTM)’s annual revenue requirement (ARR) for 2018–19
  • the change in terminal infrastructure charge (TIC) associated with the reference tonnage review event submitted as part of the roll-forward application.

These approvals were consistent with the terms of the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal access undertaking 2017.

On the same date,we also accepted DBCTM’s non-expansion capital expenditure 2018 for $10.7 million.

Date Action
15 May 2018 DBCTM submitted its RAB roll-forward application
23 May 2018 DBCTM updated its application
21 June 2018 The QCA approved the ARR and TIC for 2018-19

Report and papers

Date
Title Document
21 June 2018 Final report QCA-DBCT annual revenue and reference tonnage 2018-19 pdf, 339.93 Kb

ARR roll-forward 2017–18

On 16 June 2017, we approved:

  • DBCT Management (DBCTM)’s annual revenue requirement (ARR) for 2017–18, consistent with the terms of the Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Access Undertaking 2017 (the 2017 AU), and
  • the change in terminal infrastructure charge (TIC) associated with the reference tonnage review event submitted as part of the roll-forward application, also consistent with the terms of the 2017 AU.

On the same date, we also approved DBCTM’s May 2017 Incremental Expansion Study draft amending access undertaking (DAAU) and amending the 2017–18 regulated asset base (RAB), revenues and tariffs to reflect the $8.785 million in incremental expansion study costs.

 

Report and papers

Date
Title Document
16 June 2017 Final report QCA – Decisions on 2017-18 ARR and TIC pdf, 1.36 Mb