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Anadarko Discharge Management Plan available

Anadarko Discharge Management Plan available online

The discharge management plan for Anadarko’s 2013-2014 Canterbury Basin and Deepwater Taranaki Basin Exploration Program is now available online on the MNZ website here: www.maritimenz.govt.nz/Anadarko


Anadarko discharge management plan 2013-14

MNZ approved Anadarko’s discharge management plan for its 2013-2014 Canterbury Basin and Deepwater Taranaki Basin Exploration Program on Friday 15 November, 2013.

The PDFs below constitute the document in its entirety, subject to redactions allowable under the Official Information Act 1982. Where redactions have been made, the justification under the Act has been noted.

Discharge Management Plan: 2013-2104 Canterbury Basin and Taranaki Basin Exploration Program [PDF: 10.8Mb, 82 pages]

Annex A Vessel Documents [PDF: 8.19Mb, 84 pages]

Hazardous Substances MSDs [PDF:30Mb, 205 pages]

Cement MSDs [PDF: 20Mb, 177 pages]

Mud MSDs [PDF: 18.03Mb, 154 pages]

Annex B Baseline Environment [PDF: 11.66Mb, 77 pages]

Annex C Drill Cutting Dispersion Modelling [PDF: 14.35Mb, 52 pages]

Annex D Oil Spill Modeling Reports [PDF: 5.39Mb, 44 pages]

Annex E Emergency Response Plan [PDF: 49Mb, 411 pages]

Annex F Well Control Contingency Plan [PDF: 103.4Mb, 385 pages]

Annex G Environmental Monitoring and Reporting [PDF: 4.27Mb, 28 pages]

Annex-H Marine Protection Rules Part 170 Appendix [PDF:2.47Mb, 19 pages]

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