CNC Project Management

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{{#badges: CoalVictoria|Navbar-Victoriaandcoal}}CNC Project Management is a consultancy firm which states that it "supports infrastructure, energy and resource projects across Australia. We assist clients in early project concept design, through project planning and environmental approval processes and facilitate project implementation by liaising with stakeholders, landholders and the community."[1]

In a 2014 brochure aimed at oil and gas companies, CNC's Dave Maloney stated "The importance of addressing community and environmental issues as early as possible in the project planning stage has never been greater. Properly managing the relationships and issues involved can be the difference between a project progressing to the next development phase or not. At CNC Project Management, our strength is managing environmental issues, communities, stakeholders and landholders to help obtain regulatory and social licence for projects at all stages of the pipeline lifecycle."[1]

Project clients

In an early 2014 promotion booklet, CNC Project Management list their clients as including:

  • 3D Oil
  • AGL Gas
  • AJ Lucas
  • Anzon Australia
  • APA Group
  • Cape Flattery Silica Mines
  • Cobbora Holding Company
  • Country Energy
  • Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism
  • Eastern Star Gas
  • Epic Energy
  • ERM Power Ltd
  • Esso Australia
  • GD Pipelines
  • Gippsland Gas
  • GWMWater
  • Ignite Energy Resources
  • Integral Energy
  • Jemena
  • LinkWater
  • McConnell Dowell
  • Melbourne Water
  • Metgasco
  • Mobil Oil Australia
  • Santos
  • SEA Gas
  • Solar Dawn Consortium
  • South East Water / Utility Services
  • CarbonNet
  • Theiss Degremont Nacap Joint Venture
  • TRUenergy

Lobbying clients

The firm's sole registered Victorian lobbyist is Scott Pearce. The firm's sole lobbying client, as of August 5, 2013, is the small Victorian brown coal firm, Ignite Energy Resources.[2]

Ownership

The firm's lobbying registration form states that the firm is owned by a consortium of:

Articles and resources

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "CNC Project Management", CNC Project Management, January 2014.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Lobbyists register: CNC Project Management", Public Sector Standards Commissioner website, accessed August 5, 2013.

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