About Isobel_AGL

Isobel_AGL's latest conversations

Isobel_AGL AGL Employee
08-11-2019

Re: Westernport and RAMSAR

Hi @Bob-W Thank you for taking the time to post and very sorry about the delay in responding. We missed your message when it moved over into this forum. We are sorry to hear you do not feel like we are effectively undertaking community consultation. We have tried to acknowledge the validity of the local concerns and are well aware they exist. We have held more than 60 public consultation meetings in the local community since 2017 when we first announced the proposed project. We have also ...
2 Replies 0 Likes
Isobel_AGL AGL Employee
15-10-2019

Re: Westernport Gas import terminal

Hi @VivienneS Thank you for your post. We fully recognise your concerns, particularly the strongly held views about the unique environmental significance of Western Port Bay. We agree it is an environmentally sensitive area and are committed to undergoing all the reviews necessary to ensure the proposed project will be safe and environmentally responsible. We are very sorry to hear you are unsure whether you can remain a customer at AGL. Meeting the expectations of the community is a prio ...
2 Replies 0 Likes
Isobel_AGL AGL Employee
04-10-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi @RobH1, You are right not everyone at our community sessions knows every answer to every issue, we are not marine experts and the studies are ongoing. Marine studies for the Environment Effects Statement are being assessed by technical experts external to AGL. Unfortunately, the only people who can answer your detailed marine questions are those who were at the sessions at the above mentioned times. If you are interested, CEE, the technical experts working on the marine data, could meet w ...
20 Replies 0 Likes
Isobel_AGL AGL Employee
13-09-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi @RussellJoseph Sincere apologies for the delay, we've been working on the community sessions. Using the same water for regassification is a process called ‘closed loop.’ Closed loop uses some of the LNG cargo to operate gas-fired boilers that heats the LNG as opposed to seawater. However, this decreases the amount of gas available to the gas network as it uses approximately 1.5% of the total LNG storage. This is equivalent to about one extra full load LNG carrier each year and approxima ...
20 Replies 0 Likes