Natural gas boilering involves converting natural gas into steam, and is typically used for cooling buildings or heating residential areas.

The new law is expected to reduce the use of natural gas for heating, cooling and power generation, but the ban will not go far enough to address the problem.

The law does not prohibit natural gas combustion in boilers but only requires boilers to be natural gas-fired.

There is also a ban on using gas-burning boilers for heating water or for cooling systems, which could be used to heat water or heat cooling systems.

The ban does not address the use in cooking and drinking water, which is still the case, although the new law requires a boilers permit to use it for those purposes.

Natural gas use in boilering is relatively small in Australia, and the number of natural-gases-fired boilers in use has decreased since the last natural gas gas boil ban in 2014.

However, a review by the ABC in July found the use is up and is being encouraged by the industry.

The review also found the Government’s recent announcement of a $1.7 billion program to develop and deliver more gas-fuelled boilers was a good start.

The Government has also made a commitment to a national gas-saving strategy, and has announced it will invest $600 million over three years into the 2020-21 gas-efficiency target.

In the short term, the ban may encourage use of more efficient boilers that are cheaper to produce and run, and less efficient boilings that are more costly to run, but it will not solve the problem of natural Gas supply shortages in Australia.