Kurnell Port and Berthing Facility Upgrade Project

Kurnell Port and Berthing Facility Upgrade Project

The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Kurnell Port & Berthing Facility Upgrade project is based on extensive research, surveys and studies by a team of independent experts as well as consultation with the community and government agencies. You can view the EIS here by clicking on the sections below:

Caltex received approval for the Kurnell Port & Berthing Facility Upgrade project from the NSW Department of Planning & Environment as well as other government agencies and regulators. To view the project approvals and conditions of consent click on the following links.

A number of plans were developed to help manage our project work and minimise impacts to the community and the environment. These plans have been approved by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment and the Environment Protection Authority (EPA). To view the plans, click on the following links.
This project has been successfully completed. The dredging and upgrades to our wharf and sub berth ensure ships can continue to safely access our facility and also provide increased flexibility to import fuel in a range of ship sizes.

In accordance with the Development Consent for the Kurnell Port and Berthing Facility Upgrade, an independent environmental audit was conducted. The purpose of the audit was to assess the environmental performance of the project, as well as compliance with the consent conditions and the site Environmental Protection Licence during 2014, the first year of the project. Based on activities undertaken and records sampled for that year, the audit team found a good level of compliance. To view the full audit report and Caltex’s response, click on the following link.