Monitoring and compliance strategy for onshore petroleum

The Northern Territory Government is committed to ensuring that the extraction of our natural resources is undertaken in a manner that benefits all Territorians, minimises the risks to the environment and does not create legacies of degradation or contamination for future generations.

To be effective in protecting the environment and the integrity of the regulatory regime, compliance must be monitored and non-compliance appropriately addressed. A compliance monitoring strategy is one of the key risk management tools used by regulators to clearly communicate what the expectations and obligations are on the regulated industry and to inform the public on how the Government will monitor and address non-compliance.

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