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Woodside

1. Mr Warren Fish, Corporate Affairs Manager, Woodside Energy P/L, warren.fish@woodside.com.au. On 27th February, 2007 he wrote “no rock art has or will be, bulldozed by Woodside and none lie, or will lie, in dust or rubble”.

2. Mr. Meath Hammond, Indigenous Affairs Advisor, Woodside Energy P/L, meath.hammond@woodside.com.au. Further clearing of the Burrup is rejected by all indigenous stakeholders in the area.

3. Woodside Energy P/L, Investor Relations, investors@woodside.com.au. Woodside’s decision puts the whole project at risk of delay as the likelihood of World Heritage Listing will derail timeframes.



Western Australian Government

4. Premier Alan Carpenter, Western Australia, 197 St George’s Tce, Perth, WA, 6000 or  wa-government@dpc.wa.gov.au. Has stated that if Indigenous groups opposed the project, he would ensure the plant was located elsewhere.

5. Michelle Roberts MLA, WA Minister for Heritage & Indigenous Affairs, 13th Floor, Dumas House, 2 Havelock Street, West Perth, WA, 6005 or michelle-roberts@dpc.wa.gov.au. As heritage minister dismissed EPA and ACMC recommendations opposing the Burrup site. Her predecessor ignored an invitation by Federal Government to list the Burrup as a World Heritage Site.



Federal Government

6. Mal Brough MP, Minister for Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, PO Box 1883 Caboolture Qld 4510.

7. Peter Garrett AM MP, Minister for Environment, Heritage & the Arts PO Box 249 Maroubra NSW 2035 or online contact form .



 
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