Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Woodside gas hub approvals questioned - The West Australian

Woodside gas hub approvals questioned - The West Australian: An environmental group has accused Woodside Petroleum of trying to bypass legally required approvals for its proposed $30 billion gas hub in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.

But Woodside says it has fulfilled all its requirements and is working with the State Government and the Shire of Broome on the liquified natural gas project.

Environs Kimberley says Woodside did not have shire approval for a laydown area with a fuel tank, transportable accommodation, offices, toilets, fences, gates, a vehicle washdown area and drilling.

Director Martin Pritchard said Woodside was originally granted approval from the shire in 2012 to develop some facilities but have since been working on other facilities and have not gained the appropriate approvals.

1 comment:

  1. I hope you dixk heads are able to substanciate your demented allegations when the shite hits the fan and its going to ....Big Time.Now go back to your bongs at Wamadan.John Kernot.