Thank you for your reply but there are some parts that I am not quite understanding. You wrote;

"We are not expecting you to trust us and we recognise the community can’t simply take our word that environmental risks will be well managed.

The purpose of the EES process is to independently assess if these risks can be addressed before the project is approved by the Victorian Government and many other regulators."


Then you wrote "This was a preliminary investigation and undertaken by CEE Environmental Scientists and Engineers, not AGL. Jacobs Group was engaged by AGL to undertake planning and environmental assessments for the AGL Gas Import Jetty Project. Jacobs engaged CEE Environmental Scientists and Engineers to define the marine environmental characteristics and identify key potential risks to the marine environment from the development and operation of the Project."

I read that as they were working for AGL ?

Then you repeated what my post was about when you wrote this "As stated above, the extent of cold-water and chlorine toxicity effects are likely to be restricted to an area approximately 200 m north and south and 60 m east and west of the discharge point in water depth from approximately 12.5 m to 17 m. This represents an area of approximately 5 ha, which is less than 0.5 % of the seabed in North Arm.

And I and everyone else is to believe this. If a scientists wrote that he lives in another world than me,  you can read my post again about the tides, the lie on the whole of the north arm just to name a few, whoever wrote that rubbish does not know that Westernport has tides nor do they understand how,why and where tides flow.

I also pointed out that there is no mention of a Marine park in any of your documents, is that because a company employed by AGL stated that there will be a 200 mt area that will be affected ? Obvious no one has tested to see how far the tide of super chilled water will travel, something I thought would be  one of the first tests you would do knowing there is a marine park north of the terminal.