The decision to cease any further development of the Gas Import Jetty Project follows the Independent Advisory Committee (IAC) findings and the Victorian Planning Minister’s determination on 30 March 2021 that the project would have unacceptable environmental effects.
For further information on this decision see AGL’s release Confirmation of Crib Point Impact.
The Minister for Planning’s decision marked the end of the Victorian Government Environment Effects Statement process.
More information about the EES process can be found on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Community complaints and enquiries
AGL understands that we don’t always get it right, and we want to be informed when we don’t. If you would like to provide any feedback, good or bad, or simply ask some questions, please feel free to get in touch via the following channels:
Mail: AGL Community Complaints & Enquiries, Locked Bag 14120 MCMC, Melbourne VIC 8001
You can read the AGL Community Complaints and Feedback Policy or more about how AGL engages with the community here.
Learn more about how we handle your general customer complaints on our complaints page.
AGL thanks the community and other relevant parties for working with us during the lengthy process of the feasibility stage of the project and Environment Effects Statement process. We recognise the engagement process took a great deal of time and commitment from the local community.
The proposed Gas Import Jetty Project was assessed under the Victorian Government Environment Effects Statement process. More on this process can be found on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.
Documents relating to the Environment Effects Statement process for the proposed Gas Import Jetty Project can be found on the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website.