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LachlanS AGL Employee
a week ago

Re: Camden Gas Project

Hi @DanCamden , Thanks for the follow up. So far 62 wells have been decommissioned. Cheers, Lachlan
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LachlanS AGL Employee
2 weeks ago

Re: Camden Gas Project

Thanks for your question Dan. We are happy to report that we are on track to progressively decommission wells and rehabilitate sites at Camden prior to ceasing production in 2023. In FY 19 (July 2018 – June 2018), 9 wells were decommissioned. In FY 20 (July 2019 – June 2020), 14 wells were decommissioned. More information about the decommissioned wells is outlined in the AGL Camden Gas Project 2019-2020 Annual Environmental Performance Report available on our website www.agl.com.au/camden ...
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LachlanS AGL Employee
07-08-2020

Re: AGL Loy Yang

We can confirm that an AGL Loy Yang employee has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee was last on site at Loy Yang on Wednesday 29 July and we are supporting the employee who is self-isolating in line with government advice until receiving medical clearance to return to work. We are also supporting our workforce at the plant. AGL Loy Yang has strict safety measures around social distancing and hygiene protocols on site. All employees or contractors in close contact with this employe ...
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LachlanS AGL Employee
31-07-2020

Re: AGL Loy Yang

Hi @Greenthumb732, Thanks for your question. A few points about Loy Yang’s ash collection: Loy Yang’s ash pond is approximately one tenth the surface area of Macquarie and Liddell. Loy Yang remove and bury its leached ash annually in an EPA approved cell which are clay capped at the end each season. Loy Yang’s ash ponds are fully covered in water for eight months each year. The pond being excavated is only exposed to wind for two months each year As you may be aware ash is the incombustible ...
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