Latest news from MEPAU in the Mid West
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Today, the Environmental Protection Authority posted notification that the Waitsia Stage 2 referral has been received and is open for a seven day period of public comment.
MEPAU hosted an information booth at the 2019 Mingenew Mid West Expo, a well-known regional event strongly supported by the local communities
MEPAU is hosting a booth at the 2019 Mingenew Expo this week. We’ll be at site 60 in the Home & Living Pavilion.
MEPAU hosted a Community information Exchange session on Wednesday, 29 May 2019 in Dongara/Port Denison.
Mitsui E&P Australia (MEPAU) invites local residents to an information exchange session covering the full range of our onshore gas exploration, production and development activities in the Shire of Irwin.
Earlier this year MEPAU decommissioned three wells in the Woodada and the Dongara gas fields areas of the Mid West that were no longer being used.
Students from Dongara District High School were recently awarded second place in a tough contest against 13 other schools.
MEPAU sponsored the Irwin District Charity Ball held in October 2018.
The ball is held every two years. Over 300 guests attended the 2018 event.
We take it for granted when we use gas to cook our dinner or have a shower, but there’s a lot that goes into getting that little blue flame to light up in our homes.
The Perth Basin Baseline Monitoring Study provides a valuable reference point for measuring the environmental impact of onshore oil and gas activities.
The ownership of AWE has changed, but the company’s commitment to be an active and responsible member of the Mid West community has not.
As part of the proposed Waitsia Gas Project – Stage 2, AWE is undertaking gas well testing in the Pye Road, Irwin area.
The independently facilitated Shire of Irwin Community Roundtable has got off to a strong start.
Commercial gas sales from Stage 1A of the Waitsia gas project have commenced and the development was delivered on time and within the approved budget of $18 million.
AWE is taking part in the Mingenew Mid West Expo, the largest agricultural field day in Western Australia’s Mid West.
AWE Limited has finalised decommissioning and rehabilitation works at its Drover-01 exploration site, in preparation for handing back the site to the landowner for agricultural use.
AWE has commenced construction work on Stage 1A of the Waitsia Gas Project with groundwork underway for the gas pipeline, which will transfer gas from the Waitsia-01 and the Senecio-03 wells to the Xyris Production Facility (XPF).