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LachlanS AGL Employee
01-03-2021

Re: Camden Gas Project

Hi @DanCamden, The government regulators for gas wells in NSW are: Lead regulator for gas in NSW is NSW EPA; andNSW Dept Planning Industry & Environment – Mining, Exploration and Geoscience Work activities on the wells are undertaken with a high level of regulatory oversight by the NSW Government’s Division of Resources and Energy and the NSW EPA as lead regulator, and to standards set in the NSW Government’s Code of Practice for Coal Seam Gas. AGL provide a financial security bond to the N ...
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LachlanS AGL Employee
24-02-2021

Re: Bogong Village Shut

Hi @DHH, Feel free to send us a direct email at AGLCommunity@agl.com.au We'd love to hear from you. Cheers, Lachlan
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LachlanS AGL Employee
09-02-2021

Re: Bogong Village Shut

Hi Nick, You raise a fair point about how ill-timed the transfer to a new operator appears. From our perspective, we believed that the two-year licence extension would be more than an adequate amount of time to be able to allow the DET to undertake their due diligence and for AGL to prepare the surrender of the crown lease. Unfortunately, unforeseeable and unmanageable situations arose that were beyond AGL’s control – being the bushfires and COVID. This has pushed out the ability for the par ...
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LachlanS AGL Employee
04-02-2021

Re: Bogong Village Shut

Hi @Nick50, Thanks for your question regarding Bogong Village. As an energy generator and retailer, AGL determined in 2018 that it is not in our strategic interests to continue our interest in managing the Crown Lease associated with Bogong Village. We understand and recognise the relationship that many community members have to the village and that the village represents an important part of the history of hydroelectric generation in the Kiewa Valley. At our 2018 AGM, AGL's Chairman, G ...
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