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Petrochem Kowhai-D hydraulic fracturing 2017-2018

Kowhai-D wellsite and hydraulic fracturing activities The Kowhai-D wellsite is located on Manganui Road and lies within the Waitara Catchment. A tributary of the Waitara River is located around 120 m to the north-east and the main channel of the Waitara River is located approximately 610 m north east of the wellsite. The area surrounding the site is rural in nature and farming and forestry activities co-exist with active petroleum exploration and production operations. The location of the

Todd Energy Mangahewa-D hydraulic fracturing 2016-2019

Rimutauteka Road within the Waitara Catchment. An unnamed tributary of the Manganui River is located 80 m to the north of the wellsite and the main channel of the Manganui River is located approximately 250 m north of the wellsite The area surrounding the site is rural in nature and farming and forestry activities co-exist with active petroleum exploration and production operations. The location of the wellsite is illustrated in Figure 1. A summary of the hydraulic fracturing activities carried

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Taranaki Regional Council Ordinary Council Meeting Agenda 13 December 2022

direction for plantation and exotic carbon afforestation b) noted the attached Submission on the proposed changes to the National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry c) endorsed the submission made on the Discussion Document of the NES-PF Ordinary Council Meeting - Memorandum Confirmation of Minutes Policy and Planning Committee 22 November 2022 22 page d) determined that this decision be recognised as not significant in terms of section 76 of the Local

Policy & Planning agenda September 2019

are designed to drive emissions reductions in industry and to incentivise increased emissions offsets through new forestry plantings. With respect to industry, phasing Policy and Planning Committee - Update on climate change policy announcements 17 page down of industrial allocation will begin at 1 per cent per year from 2021-2030, then at 2 per cent from 2030-3041 and at 3 per cent per year from 2041-2050. 7. The main change in relation to forestry is the

Annual report 2014-2015

NPDC Colson Rd landfill consent monitoring report - Taranaki Regional Council.

Policy and Planning Meeting Agenda February 2023

noted the attached Submission on the proposed changes to the National Environmental Standards for Plantation Forestry c) endorsed the submission made on the Discussion Document of the NES-PF Policy and Planning Committee - Confirmation of Minutes Policy and Planning Committee 22 November 2022 7 page d) determined that this decision be recognised as not significant in terms of section 76 of the Local Government Act 2002 e) determined that it has complied with the