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Pilbara Energy Pty Ltd (BHP) Gas Pipeline Extension Agreement

Date: 12 March 1998
Sub Category:Land Use Agreement | Future Act Agreement (Native Title Act)
Place:Burrup Peninsula
State/Country:Western Australia, Australia
Subject Matter: | Economic Development | Recognition of Traditional Rights and Interests | Compensation
Summary Information:
Eight individual native title claimants from the Ngaluma and Injibandi peoples have come to an agreement with BHP subsidiary Pilbara Energy Pty Ltd allowing the extension of a natural gas pipeline across the Burrup Peninsula. The 24 kilometre extension of BHP's pipeline from the Woodside natural gas treatment plant, near Dampier, across the peninsula to the existing gas inlet at Karratha will boost gas supplies to BHP's Port Hedland operations. Under the terms of the agreement the conditions are confidential but include protection of sacred sites and a financial settlement.

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    Future Act Agreement (Native Title Act 1993 (Cth)) (Australia) | Land Use Agreement (Australia)

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