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Progress at last on Lot 350

Kalgoorlie Miner Article June 25 2021

By Tom Robinson

Pat Baldock CEO

EnergyOz CEO Pat Baldock. Credit: Tom Robinson

Work has finally started on Lot 350, with geotechnical drilling beginning yesterday as EnergyOz moves forward with developing a gas-fired power plant on the Yilkari site.

EnergyOz chief executive Patrick Baldock, pictured, said he was looking forward to the project finally starting, after the access licence for the site just west of Kalgoorlie-Boulder was finalised this week.

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Kalgoorlie’s Lot 350 works a step closer

Kalgoorlie Miner Article June 16 2021

By Jason Menell

State Lands Minister Tony Buti, Member of Kalgoorlie Ali Kent and EnergyOz chief executive Patrick Baldock. Credit: Supplied/Unknown

The State Government will today cast aside any confusion about the future of Lot 350 as it outlines a definitive pathway for fast-track development of the key parcel of industrial land just west of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage is completing valuations and surveys of Lot 350 ahead of transferring the land to DevelopmentWA.

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MP lashes City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder over Lot 350

Kalgoorlie Miner Article June 3 2021

By Jason Menell

Member for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent. Credit: Neil Watkinson

Ali Kent has lashed out at the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder on Lot 350, accusing it of deliberately misleading a key industrial proponent looking to secure a slice of the land earmarked for future industrial development.

The Lower House Member for Kalgoorlie yesterday used her parliamentary platform to hit back at previous claims by the City the State Government was stifling progress of Lot 350 by not handing it over to the council.

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EnergyOz lauds Kalgoorlie Lot 350 fix

Kalgoorlie Miner Article May 7 2021

By Jason Menell

Tony Buti. Credit: Kelsey Reid

An industrial proponent looking to secure a spot of land on Lot 350 has applauded the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s move to surrender its management order for the block over to the State Government.

EnergyOz chief executive Pat Baldock yesterday said it marked an “important milestone” that would see it progressing its plans for a hybrid gas or hydrogen-fired power station at the site.

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