Subscription service enhancements
News announcement - Published 27 August, 2019
NOPSEMA is enhancing its environment plan subscription service. From Friday, 30 August 2019, stakeholders will have the ability to subscribe to environment plans that are open for comment, under assessment and have been approved by NOPSEMA. Stakeholders will be able to tailor their subscriptions according to regions, activity types and titleholders of interest.
So what does this mean for you?
There are four environment plans which were submitted prior to 25 April 2019 and remain under assessment by NOPSEMA. These are:
- Stromlo-1 Exploration Program (Titleholder: Equinor Australia B.V)
- Blacktip Operations (Titleholder Eni Australia B.V)
- Factory 3D MSS (Titleholder: Shell Australia Pty Ltd.)
- North Rankin Complex Facility (Titleholder: Woodside Energy Ltd).
To continue to receive updates about any of these proposals stakeholders will need to subscribe to our new service. To do this simply visit the Under assessment page and click ‘subscribe’.
For stakeholders that have already subscribed to our new service your subscription will not be affected. However, you will have the added benefit of being able to tailor your subscription according to regions, activity types and titleholders of interest. If you are not currently receiving updates from NOPSEMA about environment plans that are either ‘open for comment’ or ‘under assessment’ then you are not subscribed to our new service.
Finally, information about approved projects and activities will be available on the newly created ‘Approved projects and activities’ page from 30 August 2019. Stakeholders will have a greater visibility of individual activities and related offshore projects with the ability to follow the progress of activities/projects of interest.
NOPSEMA will send a reminder email about changes to subscription services when the changes are live. In the meantime if you have any queries, please contact NOPSEMA’s Communications Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- environmental management