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Re: 2020 AGL Financial Report - community funds for Crib Point

Hi @cribpoint123 AGL is often approached by local groups who are looking for support when we start operating in a community. There is a strong expectation that we support the communities in which we operate. For example, at AGL Loy Yang A power station in the Latrobe Valley, we invest $140,000 annually in a local community fund. At our hydro generation sites and at the Macarthur windfarm, we spend approximately $100,000 per year at each of these assets via community funds and other local p ...
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Re: March 2020 - new Marine and Coastal Policy in Victoria

Hi @CribPoint 123 Apologies again for the delay in responding to your query. We have all been busy adapting to our new work arrangements in self isolation. We will need to get Ministerial consent under the Marine and Coastal Act 2018 for some components of the proposed project. Project works on PoHDA’s freehold land, such as the gas receiving facility, will not require consent under this Act, but other components, including the mooring of the FSRU and the jetty pipeline on the jetty over t ...
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Re: March 2020 - environmental impacts from FSRU vessels around the world

Hi @CribPoint 123 Apologies for the delay in responding to your question. We have all been busy adapting to our new work arrangements in self isolation. While studies were found that assessed FSRU proposals, the technical specialists were not able to locate any that measured impacts of an existing and operating project, at the time of assessment. As far as we are aware there have been no credible studies on existing FSRU operations and their impacts on the environment published in the scie ...
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Re: AGL’s “Community Update” Announcing Delays At Crib Point

Hi @RotasQuare Continuing to highlight that Australia is the largest export of LNG in the world, while not also making it clear that these exports are from northern Australia which is not adequately linked with the south eastern states is misleading. This is known as exclusionary detailing and is a type of misrepresentation by either omitting certain facts or by failing to correct a key misconception. The full picture of Australia’s gas market is that the reason we are now one of the larges ...
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