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«SCHEDULE A - SPECIAL MINISTERIALLY-IMPOSED LICENCE CONDITIONS FOR SYDNEY DESALINATION PLANT PTY LTD NETWORK OPERATOR'S LICENCE This schedule sets out ...»

Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013

Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013

Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013

Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013

SCHEDULE A - SPECIAL MINISTERIALLY-IMPOSED LICENCE CONDITIONS

FOR SYDNEY DESALINATION PLANT PTY LTD NETWORK OPERATOR'S

LICENCE

This schedule sets out the conditions which the Minister has determined to impose pursuant to section 13(1)(b) of the Water Industry Competition Act 2006. In addition to these Ministerially-imposed conditions, licensees are subject to obligations imposed by the Act, the Regulation and the standard Ministerially-imposed licence conditions set out in Schedule B.

Licensees are encouraged to obtain independent advice as to the conditions and obligations of their licence.

A1 Activities authorised This Licence authorises the Licence Holder and the persons specified in Table 1 to construct, operate and maintain the water industry infrastructure specified in Table 2 for the purposes as specified in Table 3 within the area specified in Table 4, subject to the conditions imposed by or under the Act, the Regulation and this Licence.

Table 1 Authorised persons Veolia Water Australia Pty Ltd Table 2 Specified water industry infrastructure Infrastructure used for the production, treatment, filtration, storage, conveyance or reticulation of drinking water.

Table 3 Authorised purposes Drinking water and other purposes for which drinking water could be used safely Table 4 Specified area of operations (a) Lot 2 in DP 1077972 and Lot 1 in DP 1088703, Kurnell;

(b) the offshore discharge and inlet structures located in the Tasman Sea and associated inlet and outlet tunnels; and (c) the area of the Pipeline.

A2 Requirement to maintain and operate In order to ensure the sustainability of water resources in accordance with Principle 7 (1) (c)

of the Water Industry Competition Act 2006 (NSW):

(a) the Licence Holder must:

(i) maintain the Water Industry Infrastructure in accordance with Good Industry Practice; and Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013 (ii) when it operates the Water Industry Infrastructure do so in accordance with Good Industry Practice (b) When the Available Storage falls below 70%, the Licence Holder must, until the Available Storage rises to 80% operate and maintain the Water Industry Infrastructure with the objective of maximising the production of drinking water for the exclusive supply into the Sydney Water Corporation’s area of operation (as defined in Sydney Water’s Operating Licence).

(c) The Licence Holder is not required to comply with paragraph (b):

(i) when the Water Industry Infrastructure is in a Restart phase of production; or (ii) during the time and to the extent that such compliance is prevented wholly or in part by an event outside the reasonable control of the Licence Holder.

INTERPRETATION AND DEFINITIONS

Interpretation

In these Licence conditions, unless the context requires otherwise:

(a) the singular includes the plural and vice versa;

(b) headings are used for convenience only and do not affect the interpretation of these Licence conditions;

(c) a reference to a document includes the document as modified from time to time and any document replacing it;

(d) the word “person” includes a natural person and any body or entity whether incorporated or not;

(e) references to clauses are references to clauses in these Licence conditions.

Definitions Expressions used in these Licence conditions that are defined in the Act or the Regulation have the meanings set out in the Act or the Regulation.

In these Licence conditions:

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SCHEDULE B - STANDARD MINISTERIALLY-IMPOSED LICENCE CONDITIONS

FOR SYDNEY DESALINATION PLANT PTY LTD

NETWORK OPERATOR'S LICENCE

This schedule provides a comprehensive list of standard conditions which the Minister has determined to impose pursuant to section 13(1)(b) of the Water Industry Competition Act

2006. In addition to these standard Ministerially-imposed conditions, Licence Holders are subject to obligations imposed by the Act, the Regulation and the Ministerially-imposed licence conditions set out in Schedule A. Licence Holders are encouraged to obtain independent advice as to the conditions and obligations of their licence. The Minister may vary the conditions in this schedule or impose new conditions, provided there is no inconsistency with the Act or the Regulation.

B1 Ongoing capacity to operate The Licence Holder must have the technical, financial and organisational capacity to carry out the activities authorised by this Licence. If the Licence Holder ceases to have this capacity, it must report this to IPART immediately.

B2 Obtaining appropriate insurance

B2.1 The Licence Holder must:

(a) obtain appropriate insurance sufficient for the size and nature of the activities authorised under this Licence;





(b) provide a copy of each certificate of currency of insurance obtained to IPART; and (c) within six months of being granted this Licence, demonstrate that the insurance obtained is appropriate by providing a report to IPART from an Insurance Expert certifying that in the Insurance Expert’s opinion the type and level of insurance obtained by the Licence Holder is appropriate for the size and nature of the activities authorised under this Licence.

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B2.2 The report from the Insurance Expert must:

(a) identify the key risks of undertaking the activities authorised under this Licence, (b) set out the types and levels of insurance obtained by the Licence Holder in the relation to the activities being undertaken, (c) provide reasons as to why the types and levels of insurance are appropriate for the size and nature of the activities being undertaken, and (d) if any risks arising from undertaking the activities remain uninsured, provide reasons as to why.

B3 Maintaining appropriate insurance B3.1 The Licence Holder must maintain appropriate insurance sufficient for the size and nature of the activities authorised under this Licence.

B3.2 From time to time when requested in writing by IPART, the Licence Holder must provide a report to IPART, in the manner, form and time specified by IPART, from an Insurance Expert certifying that in the Insurance Expert’s opinion the type and level of insurance obtained by the Licence Holder is appropriate for the size and nature of the activities authorised under this Licence.

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Holder must provide a copy of the certificate of currency to IPART within 10 days of the change being made.

B4 Complying with NSW Health requirements The Licence Holder must carry out the activities authorised by this Licence in compliance with any requirements of NSW Health that IPART has agreed to and are notified from time to time to the Licence Holder by IPART in writing.

B5 Reporting in accordance with the Reporting Manual The Licence Holder must prepare and submit reports in accordance with the applicable Reporting Manual.

B6 Reporting information in relation to the Register of Licences

Whenever any of the following information changes, the Licence Holder must provide the updated information to IPART within 14 days of the change:

(a) each source from which the water handled by the water industry infrastructure is derived, (b) the identity of each licensed retail supplier or public water utility that has access to the infrastructure services provided by the water industry infrastructure for the purpose of supplying water to its customers, (c) a description of any other water infrastructure to which the water industry infrastructure is connected.

B7 Monitoring B7.1 Any monitoring required to be undertaken by the Licence Holder for the purposes of this Licence or any Plans must be undertaken in accordance with the requirements set out below.

B7.2 The following records must be kept of any samples collected:

(a) The date(s) on which the sample was taken, (b) The time(s) at which the sample was collected, (c) The point or location at which the sample was taken, and (d) The name of the person who collected the sample.

B7.3 A laboratory accredited for the specified tests by an independent body acceptable to NSW Health, such as the National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) or equivalent, shall carry out all analyses of samples.

B8 Provision of copy of Plans B8.1 Whenever the Licence Holder makes any change to its Plans, the Licence Holder must provide a copy of the amended Plan to IPART.

B8.2 Whenever the Licence Holder makes a significant change to its Plans, the Licence Holder must provide a copy of the amended Plan to IPART at the same time it provides a copy to the approved auditor engaged to provide a report as to the adequacy of the changed Plan as required under the Regulation.

Licence granted on 9 August 2010, as varied on 10 May 2013

B9 Delineating responsibilities – interconnections

B9.1 Where a water industry code of conduct under clause 25 of the Regulation has not been established by order published in the Gazette and the water industry infrastructure specified in Schedule A, clause 1, Table 2 of this Licence is connected to any other water industry infrastructure, the Licence Holder must establish a code of conduct in relation to the respective responsibilities of the Licence Holder and each licensed network operator, licensed retail supplier and/or public water utility that is responsible for the other water industry infrastructure.

B9.2 The arrangements are to be agreed in writing between the Licence Holder and the other licensed network operators, licensed retail suppliers and/or public water utilities.

B9.3 The arrangements must address the following matters:

(a) responsibility for the repair, replacement or maintenance of any pipes, pumps, valves, storages or other infrastructure connecting the water industry infrastructure specified in Schedule A, clause 1, Table 2 of this Licence to any other water industry infrastructure, (b) responsibility for water quality, (c) liability in the event of the unavailability of water, (d) liability in the event of infrastructure failure, (e) responsibility for handling customer complaints.

B10 Notification of changes to Authorised Person

If an Authorised Person ceases, proposes to cease or receives notification to cease providing any of the services relating to the activities authorised by this Licence, the Licence Holder must provide IPART with written notice as soon as practicable and in any event no later than 28 days prior to the date of cessation of the services. Such written notice must include details of how the services previously undertaken by the Authorised Person will continue to be undertaken.

INTERPRETATION AND DEFINITIONS

Interpretation

In these Licence conditions, unless the context requires otherwise:

(a) the singular includes the plural and vice versa;

(b) headings are used for convenience only and do not affect the interpretation of these Licence conditions;

(c) a reference to a document includes the document as modified from time to time and any document replacing it;

(d) the word “person” includes a natural person and any body or entity whether incorporated or not;

(e) references to clauses are references to clauses in these Licence conditions.

Definitions Expressions used in these Licence conditions that are defined in the Act or the Regulation have the meanings set out in the Act or the Regulation.

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Reporting Manual means the applicable Network Operator's Reporting Manual or Retail Supplier's Reporting Manual as produced by IPART and available on IPART’s website www.ipart.nsw.gov.au



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