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Administered by: Environment and Energy
Published Date 15 May 2019

 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY

Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

 

For further information see the referrals list at http://epbcnotices.environment.gov.au/referralslist/

and type the reference number in the Filter by Referral Number box

 

actions determined as requiring approval (EPBC Act s.75)

Reference

Title

Controlling Provisions

Date

2018/8335

WOODSIDE ENERGY LTD. / Energy Generation and Supply (non-renewable) / De Wit Location: Lot 199, 197, 379, 380, 655, 195, 151, 204 / Western Australia / North West Shelf Project Extension, Carnarvon Basin, WA

ยท   National Heritage (sections 15B & 15C)

 

3/05/2019

 

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

Reference

Title

Date

2019/8415

BGC (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD / Exploration (mineral, oil and gas - non-marine) / 1728 Great Northern Highway, Bullsbrook, WA, 6084 / Western Australia / Sand and clay extraction, Lots 5 and 6, 1728 Great Northern Hwy, Bullsbrook, WA

6/05/2019

2019/8433

FERN BAY NO 1 PTY LIMITED / Commercial Development / Lot 21 DP 270466; Lot 46 DP 280008 road reserve / New South Wales / Nelson Bay Rd and Seaside Blvd intersection development, Nelson Bay, NSW

10/05/2019

 

Assessment Approach (EPBC Act s.87)

Reference

Title

Assessment Approach

Date

2018/8335

WOODSIDE ENERGY LTD. / Energy Generation and Supply (non-renewable) / De Wit Location: Lot 199, 197, 379, 380, 655, 195, 151, 204 / Western Australia / North West Shelf Project Extension, Carnarvon Basin, WA

Accredited Assessment Process under the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (WA)

3/05/2019

 

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