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Administered by: Environment
Published Date 10 Feb 2015

 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

 

For further information see the referrals list at http://www.environment.gov.au/epbc/notices

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actions determined as NOT requiring approval (EPBC Act s.75)

Reference

Title

Date

2014/7408*

Carnegie Wave Energy Limited/Science and research/offshore Garden Island approx 45kms SW Perth/Commonwealth Marine/CETO 6 Geophysical and Geotechnical Surveys

30/01/2015

* Actions which are not controlled actions provided they are undertaken in a particular manner. Further information on provision and manner specified is available from www.environment.gov.au/epbc/notices

 

variation of conditions of approval (EPBC Act s.143)

Reference

Title

Date

2011/5866

Hunter Valley Energy Coal Pty Ltd/Mining/Approx 5km SW of Muswellbrook and 130km NW of Newcastle/NSW/Mt Arthur Coal Extension Project Hunter Valley NSW

14/11/2014

2010/5785

Tamala Park Regional Council/Residential development/Marmion Av, Clarkson, 34km North of Perth/WA/Catalina Residential Development

01/02/2015

2008/4208

INPEX Browse Ltd/Energy generation and supply (non-renewable)/Browse Basin WA to Darwin Harbour NT/Commonwealth Marine/Ichthys Gas Field, Offshore and onshore processing facilities and subsea pipeline

03/02/2015

 

Some public notifications on the Internet and in the Gazette relating to the processing of referrals for approval under Chapter 4 of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 may occasionally be missed in processing by the Department of the Environment or may not meet timeframes for notification. The Department of the Environment has implemented systems and ongoing quality assurance procedures to minimise any risk of missing a notification within the required timeframe. Where a missed notification is identified the practice will be to notify these even though the timeframe for notification has lapsed. This will ensure that the history of notifications for each referral is available to the public. The Department of the Environment regrets any inconvenience that may be caused by a missed notification. Please note that late notifications have not affected subsequent processing of referrals or assessments and they do not affect decisions made.