EES released for public comment

The Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the Gas Import Jetty and Pipeline Project is now available for public comment. The EES and exhibited documents provide information about the potential impacts of the Project and also outline how these potential impacts would be managed if the Project is approved.

Public comment invited. Have your say.
The EES and related documents are is now on public exhibition. View the EES, get a guide to navigating the EES online and learn more about how you can have your say.

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Why is this project needed?
Despite Australia’s considerable gas reserves and position as one of the world’s largest exporters of gas, the Australian Energy Market Operator has predicted that the southern states are set to face gas shortages from 2024 due to declining gas production from the offshore Gippsland and Otway gas basins. 

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Understanding the EES process
Discover the next steps in the EES process, including how you can have your say.

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Latest news

2 July 2020
The Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the Gas Import Jetty and Pipeline Project is now available for public comment.
29 June 2020
AGL and APA have prepared an Environment Effects Statement (EES) for the Gas Import Jetty and Pipeline Project.
21 May 2020
Australia is currently facing an unprecedented time under the widespread disruption caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
 
 

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