Project status: Process and issues paper released 7 April 2015
Under Section 150O of the Dairy Industry Restructuring Act 2001 (as amended July 2012) the Commission must review Fonterra’s calculation of the base milk price for each season and report on the extent to which it is consistent with the purpose set out in section 150A of the Act.
Project status: Submissions on the draft schedule due 30 April 2015
The Commerce Commission has developed a draft retention and disposal schedule which states how we manage Commission records (including data), as required by the Public Records Act 2005.
The Commerce Commission has received an application from Cavalier Wool Holdings seeking authorisation to acquire New Zealand Wool Services International's wool scouring and wool grease by-product business.
The Commerce Commission has received an application under its streamlined authorisation process from the Infant Nutrition Council seeking authorisation to restrict their marketing activities of infant formula for children under six months of age.
Under Section 53B(2)(b) of the Act, the Commerce Commission is required to publish summary and analysis of information that is publicly disclosed by regulated airports.
Under Section 53B(2)(b) of the Act, the Commerce Commission is required to publish summary and analysis of information that is publicly disclosed by regulated gas pipeline businesses.
Project status: Cross-submissions on CEG’s late submission due 6 May 2015
This section holds all the current information regarding the Commission's final pricing principle price review for the Unbundled Copper Local Loop (UCLL) service and the Unbundled Bitstream Access (UBA) services.
Project status: In the first quarter of 2015, a process paper will be issued regarding further work on the WACC percentile for information disclosure for regulated airport services
Project status: Our decision on whether to amend Transpower’s allowance and outputs for the NIGU Project is due to be published 31 August 2015
We have received an application from Transpower to increase its approved allowance and amend three minor outputs for the North Island Grid Upgrade Project. If we decide to amend the allowance, Transpower will be able to recover some, or all, costs incurred above the original amount approved. We will evaluate Transpower’s application and make a decision that is in the long-term benefit of consumers.
Project status: On hold until the default price-quality path for 17 electricity distributors has been reset.
On this page you can find input methodologies related correspondence. From time to time the Commission may also publish updates on process relating to input methodologies.