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The draft Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) for Gascoyne Gateway Limited’s proposal is available for public review from 15 November 2021 for a period of four weeks. The closing date for submissions is 13 December 2021.
Proposing any kind of development for the Exmouth Gulf was never going to be welcomed by environmentalists, and that’s fine.
But not all developments are the same. And the misleading, anti-development advertising campaign launched by Protect Ningaloo recently fails to recognise this.
Protect Ningaloo has released a campaign today which is misleading, at best.
It neglects to mention the renewable energy hub that we will build to power our single jetty port and potentially provide clean green power to the Exmouth town.
Gascoyne Gateway notes the Shire of Exmouth’s release of additional data from its recent community survey. The survey data shows...
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Shire of Exmouth community survey in May this year. The limited report released...
Former Defence and Foreign Minister Stephen Smith spoke to Sky News Australia about Gascoyne Gateway Limited’s proposed port in Exmouth and the possible consideration of a new Force Posture Review to ensure Australia’s military assets are well-positioned for the future.
Sky News recently interviewed Captain Michael Edwards OAM about Gascoyne Gateway’s proposal for a single jetty deep-water port and renewables hub.
We note that the report does not preclude development, but rather highlights the importance of cumulative impacts being considered.
Gascoyne Gateway Limited (GGL) has welcomed the opportunity to put the environmental credentials of its proposed single jetty...