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Underground Water Impact Report

The Underground Water Impact Report (UWIR) 2021 has been prepared to satisfy the requirements of the Water Act 2000 which requires that a UWIR is prepared, publicly notified and approved, triggered by the commencement of water production.  This UWIR has been prepared to satisfy all information requirements required by statute, including:

  • Information  about  underground  water  extraction  resulting  from  the  exercising  of  the petroleum tenure holder’s underground water rights;
  • Information about the aquifers affected, or likely to be affected;
  • Maps  showing  the  area  of  the  affected  aquifer(s)  where  underground  water  levels  are predicted to decline;
  • A water monitoring strategy; and  
  • A spring impact management strategy.

Public notice

Health, Safety and Environment

Galilee Energy Limited (Galilee Energy) is committed to high standards of health, safety and environmental (HSE) performance. Galilee Energy recognises that HSE management and performance is a fundamental principle of business culture, and a responsibility of all management and employees.

To achieve high HSE standards, Galilee Energy has established an HSE Management System (HSEMS), which complies with applicable legislative requirements and is consistent with internationally recognised management system standards.  This HSEMS is designed to ensure that Galilee Energy’s activities:

  • Are conducted in a manner which protects the health and safety of all employees and site visitors
  • Are conducted in a manner which protects the health and safety of all contractors, subcontractors, service providers and suppliers – heron jointly referred to as contractors for the purposes of this HSEMS
  • Are environmentally sustainable
  • Will comply with legislative requirements
  • Comply with Galilee Energy’s policy commitments
  • Are consistent with applicable codes of practice
  • Include a process of continual improvement in HSE processes and performance.

This is achieved through the application of an appropriate risk-based approach that complies with industry best practice and aligns with recognised Australian and international standards.


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