APLNG EIS PDF

The APLNG project, a JV between Origin Energy and ConocoPhillips, plans to develop Australia’s largest coal seam gas reserve base. EIS status, Approved with conditions. Description, Integrated liquefied natural gas (LNG) project. Proponent, Australia Pacific LNG (joint venture. The APLNG EIS assembled more than technical experts from around Australia and the world to write the environmental, social-economic and engineering.

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Chapter 3 – Sustainability KB.

Environmental Impact Statement

Pipeline traffic and transport 1. Chapter 5 – Land: Chapter 7 – Landscape and visual amenity 1. LNG facility marine ecology 3.

This means that an environmental impact statement EIS was required. Pipeline marine ecology 8MB. Gas fields air quality impact assessment 2.

Project’s EIS documents

Chapter 24 – Environmental management plan 4. Project description improvements Chapter 13 – Eie quality KB. Chapter 8 – Terrestrial ecology 11MB. Chapter 3 – Study Team 67KB. Chapter 5 – Geomorphology, geology, soils and land contamination 6. Gas fields noise assessment 6. Chapter 11 – Water resources 3MB. Pipeline acid sulfate soils 24MB. Chapter 22 – Hazard and risk KB. Project Esi offsets strategy synopsis 31KB. Chapter 20 – Social impact assessment 1.

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Chapter 1 – Introduction 1. Chapter 17 – Traffic and transport 2. Chapter 2 – Project approvals KB.

Suggested topics A cleaner source of energy. Chapter 19 – Non-Indigenous heritage 3MB. Chapter 9 – Water quality and aquatic ecology 3. Chapter 19 – Non-Indigenous heritage 1. Chapter 10 – Ground water Chapter 15 – Noise and vibration 3.

Chapter 21 – Economic impact assessment KB. Chapter 4 – Abbreviations and Glossary of terms KB. Privacy Contact Us Careers.

Pipeline terrestrial ecology appendices only 11MB. Chapter 34 – Part C – Traffic and Transport 4.

Pipeline acid sulfate soils appendices only 24MB. Chapter 34 – Part B – Traffic and Transport 8. Chapter 18 – Indigenous cultural heritage 1. Chapter 17 – Traffic and transport KB.

Chapter 25 – Cumulative eiss KB. Chapter 6 – Land use and planning Chapter 1 – Introduction KB. Chapter 12 – Adaptive associated water management KB. Below are downloadable PDFs Executive summary 5.