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Ichthys project bulletin



Ichthys project bulletin


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The Ichthys LNG Project is a Joint Venture between INPEX group companies (the Operator), major partner Total, and the Australian subsidiaries of CPC Corporation Taiwan, Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Kansai Electric Power, JERA and Toho Gas. Construction job enquiries ichthysjobs.com (08) 8931 8999 Contact us General community feedback 1800 705 010 Onshore construction feedback 1300 724 795 enquiries@INPEX.com.au ichthysproject.com Gavin Greenoff is now a qualified Youth Worker. Fun and distraction at RDH A $50,000 donation from the Ichthys LNG Projects workers accommodation village is helping spread happiness for sick kids in Royal Darwin Hospital. The funds were raised by village operator ESS Larrakia through the NTs Cash for Containers program from bottles, cans and cartons collected around the village. The donation to the Starlight Foundation NT was used to support the development of the new Starlight Express Room at the hospital. The room is a medical-free zone where patients and their families can take a break from the realities of hospital. With lots of laughter and smiles, Captain Starlight offers the children face painting, magic shows, craft activities, movies and games. Captain Starlight and ESS Larrakia representatives at Royal Darwin Hospital. An Ichthys LNG Project sponsorship has opened the door to a new career for Darwin man Gavin Greenoff. Gavin has achieved a Certificate IV in Youth Work thanks to the Projects two-year, A$ 135,000 partnership with Darwins only youth drop-in centre. The Projects funding for the SHAK allowed the centre to recruit Mr Greenoff and another trainee Aboriginal Youth Worker, purchase new equipment and expand its opening hours. Mr Greenoff said his experience at the SHAK had created a range of new opportunities. Undertaking the traineeship gave me the knowledge to work with different kinds of people and build up my skills more broadly, Mr Greenoff said. I get the chance to build really strong connections with the young people who come here, especially our regulars who come almost every day. Operated by Australian Red Cross, the SHAK provides a safe and creative space for young people to hang out outside of school hours. Sponsorship opens career door Supporting our community INPEX and the Ichthys LNG Project are proud to have invested A$ 2.1 million in community organisations and initiatives in the Northern Territory since 2012. In 2017 we are continuing our partnerships with the Palmerston Girls Academy, the Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre and the SHAK. Were also supporting the Gary Lang Dance Company, Freds Pass Show and the Darwin Symphony Orchestra. www.ichthysjobs.com http://www.ichthysproject.com