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Report 2015-2016

1180 Upland Road, Inglewood. The wellsite lies within the Waiongana catchment and contains two hydrocarbon producing wells and associated infrastructure. GPL held resource consent 9413-1, authorising the discharge of contaminants associated with hydraulic fracturing activities into land at depths greater than 3,140 m TVDss beneath the Kaimiro-A wellsite until 1 June 2015. The consent was issued by Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) on 25 February 2013 and contained 16 special

Report 2013-2015

Kowhai-C wellsite, located at 492 Otaraoa Road, Tikorangi. The wellsite lies within the Waiau catchment and contains a hydrocarbon producing well and associated infrastructure. GPL hold resource consent 9480-1, authorising the discharge of contaminants associated with hydraulic fracturing activities into land at depths greater than 3,400 m TVD beneath the Kowhai-C wellsite at or about (NZTM) 1711761E-5678397N. The consent was issued by Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) on 22 February 2013

Annual report 2014-2015

Tikorangi Road East, Waitara. The wellsite lies within the Waiau catchment and contains a hydrocarbon producing well and associated infrastructure. During the 2014-2015 monitoring period, Todd held resource consent 9457-1, authorising the discharge of contaminants associated with hydraulic fracturing activities into land at depths greater than 3,200 m TVDss beneath the Mangahewa-E wellsite. The consent was issued by Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) on 26 February 2013 and contained 16

Report 2013-2015

Stratford. The wellsite lies within the Waingongoro catchment and contains a hydrocarbon producing well and associated infrastructure. TAG hold resource consent 9397-1, authorising the discharge of contaminants associated with hydraulic fracturing activities into land at depths greater than 3,700 m TVDss beneath the Cheal-C wellsite. The consent was issued by Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) on 19 September 2013 and contains 16 special conditions which set out the requirements that TAG

Combined annual report 2014-2015

Undertake sanitary survey • Identify sources of contamination • Consult CAC to assist in identifying possible source • Erect warning signs • Inform the public through the media that a public health problem exists CAC = Catchment Assessment Checklist 2.3.2 Summer 2013-2014 monitoring Samples were collected on 13 occasions

Annual report 2016-2017

NPDC coastal structures consent monitoring report 2016-2017

Public Transport Service Tendering and Contracting Manual

having a stopping pattern along those streets and roads (or rights of way), as detailed in the route maps and route descriptions under the relevant Contract. Service means any timetabled Trip or combination of timetabled Trips to which the relevant Contract relates as identified in the Service Specification and subsequent variation (if any). Service livery means the distinctive colour scheme and branding used to identify vehicles operating under Contract to the Council.