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Camden Gas Project

Air Monitoring

AGL Upstream Investments Pty Limited holds Environmental Protection Licence No 12003 for its Rosalind Park Gas Plant. Under section 66(6) of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (NSW), a holder of an environment protection licence with a condition requiring monitoring of an activity authorised in the licence must make any of the monitoring data that relates to pollution and the licensee’s name, publicly and prominently available on the licensee's website.

AGL is required under EPL No 12003 to monitor emissions at specified points on the licensed premises on a quarterly and continuous basis. On 6 June 2013, AGL issued the following media statement:

"AGL can confirm that continuous emissions monitoring data, for its gas plant at Camden, for February, March and April has not been published on AGL's website. This is due to the replacement of old monitoring equipment and the installation, commissioning and testing of AGL's new state of the art emissions monitoring equipment and the requirement to validate the accuracy of the data.

AGL can confirm that monthly and quarterly testing shows that the plant is operating within acceptable limits, with emissions not exceeding licence conditions.

"AGL has been working hard to ensure that the data from both our old and new systems are validated, prior to publishing. The reports will be available today and over the coming week. We have been working closely with the EPA on these developments.

AGL has been operating the Camden Gas Project, which currently supplies approximately five percent of New South Wales' gas needs, safely for over 10 years."

The information in the following links provides monitoring data which AGL is required to publish. The information has been prepared in accordance with the Requirements for publishing pollution monitoring data (EPA, March 2012).

Produced Water Monitoring

AGL is required under EPL No 12003 to monitor groundwater quality at specified points on the licensed premises on a quarterly basis. These monitoring locations are a selection of the operating gas wells that, along with gas, produce small volumes of water from coal seams. This water is sampled and analysed on a quarterly basis.

The information in the following link provides monitoring data which AGL is required to publish. The information has been prepared in accordance with the Requirements for publishing pollution monitoring data (EPA, March 2012).

Gloucester Gas Project

Water Monitoring

AGL is required under EPL 20358 to monitor water quality and levels at specified points on the licensed premises at various frequencies but mostly on a quarterly basis. These monitoring locations include AGL’s surface water monitoring sites (stream locations and dams), groundwater monitoring bores, gas wells, and private water sources. The monitoring network is associated with AGL’s Gloucester Gas Project and specifically includes exploration activities associated with the Waukivory Pilot and Tiedman Irrigation Projects. The water is sampled by a third party and analysed by a NATA registered laboratory.

The information in the following links provides monitoring data which AGL is required to publish. The information has been prepared in accordance with the Requirements for publishing pollution monitoring data (EPA, March 2012).

H C Extractions operation in Kurnell NSW

Hydrocarbon Extractions

H C Extractions Pty Limited holds Environmental Protection Licence No 2695 for its H C Extractions operation in Kurnell NSW. AGL is required under EPL No 2695 to monitor emissions at specified points on the licensed premises on a daily, six monthly and annual basis. Under section 66(6) of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (NSW), a holder of an environment protection licence with a condition requiring monitoring of an activity authorised in the licence must make any of the monitoring data that relates to pollution and the licensee's name, publicly and prominently available on the licensee's website.

The information in the following links provides monitoring data which AGL is required to publish. The information has been prepared in accordance with the Requirements for publishing pollution monitoring data (EPA, March 2012).

Cooper Basin

Underground Water Impact Report – ATP 1056P

Underground Water Impact Report

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