Viva Energy is proud to supply about a quarter of the fuel Australians need to reach their destination.
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Our extensive network of Shell and Liberty service stations provides high quality fuels and convenience options.
We partner with some of Australia’s largest organisations across a range of industries to keep their businesses moving.
Beyond refining, we aim to establish new energy projects that will transform the Geelong Refinery into a modern Energy Hub.
Our major infrastructure includes the Geelong Refinery and a national network of import terminals and depots.
We aspire to be Australia’s most respected energy company and place the highest priority on safety, the environment, and community.
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The Viva Energy Gas Terminal Project EES and the draft Planning Scheme Amendment (PSA), EPA Development Licence Applications and Pipeline Licence application are available for you to view or download from this page.
The full set of documents is available in PDF format with the EES chapters also available in Word (DOCX) format.
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EES Summary Document PDF Word
Table of Contents PDF Word
Abbreviations PDF Word
EES Executive Summary PDF Word
Chapter 1: Introduction PDF Word
Chapter 2: Project rationale PDF Word
Chapter 3: Project alternatives and development PDF Word
Chapter 4: Project description PDF Word
Chapter 5: Legislative framework and approval requirements PDF Word
Chapter 6: Stakeholder and community engagement PDF Word
Chapter 7: Assessment framework PDF Word
Chapter 8: Marine environment PDF Word
Chapter 9: Greenhouse gas emissions PDF Word
Chapter 10: Land environment PDF Word
Chapter 11: Amenity and environmental quality PDF Word
Chapter 12: Safety PDF Word
Chapter 13: Heritage PDF Word
Chapter 14: Environmental Management Framework PDF Word
Chapter 15: Sustainability PDF Word
Chapter 16: Key findings PDF Word
References PDF Word
Technical Report A: Marine ecology and water quality impact assessment
Technical Report A2: Marine ecology and water quality impact assessment
Technical Report B: Dredged sediment disposal options assessment
Technical Report B2: Dredged sediment disposal options assessment
Technical Report C: Greenhouse gas impact assessment
Technical Report D: Terrestrial ecology impact assessment
Technical Report E: Surface water impact assessment
Technical Report F: Groundwater impact assessment
Technical Report G: Contamination and acid sulfate soils impact assessment
Technical Report G2: Contamination and acid sulfate soils impact assessment
Technical Report G3: Contamination and acid sulfate soils impact assessment
Technical Report H: Air quality impact assessment
Technical Report I: Noise and vibration impact assessment
Technical Report J: Landscape and visual impact assessment
Technical Report K: Transport impact assessment
Technical Report L: Social and business impact assessment
Technical Report M: Land use impact assessment
Technical Report N: Safety, hazard and risk assessment
Technical Report O: Aboriginal cultural heritage impact assessment
Technical Report P: Historic heritage impact assessment
Attachment I: Energy demand and market statement
Attachment II: Risk to the project from climate change
Attachment III: Legislation and policy report
Attachment IV: Matters of National Environmental Significance
Attachment V1: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – FSRU
Attachment V2: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – FSRU
Attachment V3: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – FSRU
Attachment V4: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – FSRU
Attachment V5: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – REFINERY
Attachment V6: DEVELOPMENT LICENCE APPLICATION – REFINERY
Attachment VI: Pipeline Licence Application
Attachment VII: Draft Planning Scheme Amendment