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INPEX.com.au A study of the northern long-necked turtle population in the Top End is one of 18 Northern Territory community initiatives supported by the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project in 2018. The Project awarded almost $5000 to Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) to support their study of the Finniss Rivers northern long-necked turtle population. The turtle is a traditional food source and in recent years Traditional Owners have noted a decline in their condition. TNRMs study will help guide future management of the species. The Ichthys LNG Project is excited to support this program, which will enhance the shared understanding of an environmentally and culturally significant natural resource and help ensure that resources are available for future generations, INPEX General Manager External Affairs and Joint Venture, Bill Townsend said. The Project supports Territory Natural Resource Managements study of the northern long-necked turtle population. 100 new local jobs and more on the way TRACE is committed to fostering a strong local workforce. Helping protect our wildlife A major contract with INPEX has supported the creation of 100 new local jobs, with another 90 expected this year. INPEX Onshore Operations Maintenance Services Contractor, TRACE, provides an ongoing supplementary workforce for day-to-day operational maintenance activities, shutdowns, workshop operations, fabrication services and specialist support services. There is a wealth of experience and talent in the Northern Territory and we are proud to be building a strong local team to support INPEXs operations, TRACE Site Superintendent Stuart Miles said. The TRACE team includes planners, riggers, scaffolders, boilermakers, mechanical fitters, instrument electricians and various administrative roles. http://INPEX.com.au
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