INPEX is required to develop a Coastal Offset Strategy to meet Condition 11 of the Commonwealth environmental approval document, EPBC Approval Decision 4208/2008. The Coastal Offset Strategy outlines INPEX’s commitment to a number of environmental offset programs, which are designed to counterbalance the potential impacts of the Ichthys Project and help achieve long-term conservation outcomes.
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The aim of this document is to set out an all encompassing plan for the management of road traffic on public roads associated with the construction of the Ichthys Onshore LNG Facilities and its interface with other parts of the Ichthys Project not part of this scope (e.g. offshore works) and other road users.
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The Dredging and Spoil Disposal Management Plan outlines INPEX's management and monitoring of the dredging program for the East Arm navigation channel, turning pockets and approach apron, and associated spoil disposal. Previously approved addenda to this DSDMP have been incorporated into this current version.
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This Nearshore Environmental Monitoring Plan (NEMP) describes how monitoring of potential environmental impacts arising from the dredging and disposal activities in the nearshore development area of Darwin Harbour will be undertaken prior to, during and post construction phases of the Ichthys Project. Previously approved addenda to this NEMP have been incorporated into this current version.
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This Marine Transport Management Plan (MTMP) has been produced by Van Oord Australia Pty Ltd (Contractor) and is applicable to the works performed under the Darwin Harbour Dredging Works for Onshore Facilities contract (the Contract) with INPEX Operations Australia Pty Ltd (Company) forming part of the Ichthys Gas Field Development Project (the Project).
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The GEP Dredging and Spoil Disposal Management Plan (DSDMP) outlines INPEX’s management and monitoring of the dredging program for the Gas Export Pipeline route in Darwin Harbour and associated spoil disposal. This plan has been amended to incorporate an extension to dredging schedule which was approved in the DSDMP Addendum 01.
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To support the Environmental Protection Approval (EPA12), this construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) details the environmental protection management measures and controls necessary to avoid, reduce or mitigate potential environmental impacts that may occur during the installation of the gas export pipeline in the nearshore (i.e. within NT coastal waters, including Darwin Harbour) and onshore area. The CEMP is regularly updated and approved to remain current.
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To support the Environmental Protection Approval (EPA7 – as amended), a Construction Environmental Management Plan has been developed by the onshore LNG facility contractor, which provides information regarding the onshore construction activities and the associated management measures for potential environmental impacts during these activities. The CEMP is regularly updated and approved to remain current. Revision 12 is a consolidated CEMP incorporating relevant parts of previously approved revisions.
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A Biting Insects Management Plan for Plant site activities has been developed by the Onshore LNG facility contractor and assessed by the Department of Health. Biting insects are a potential public health issue in the Northern Territory and this plan describes the measures that will be taken to protect people from the impacts.
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