Buru Energy recognises the interest that pastoral lease holders have in their land and Buru Energy’s proposed activities on that land.
Buru Energy actively engages with pastoralists through strong local relationships that Buru Energy staff have developed over time with individual pastoralists. This helps ensure that, whenever possible, Buru Energy conducts its activities on pastoral land in a mutually beneficial way.
This open and ongoing dialogue also allows Buru Energy to discuss its operational plans, ensure minimal interference with pastoral operations, and address matters arising from Buru Energy accessing and conducting operations on pastoral lands.
At an industry level, Buru Energy works with the Pastoralists and Graziers Association (PGA) and Kimberley Cattlemen’s Association (KCA) to provide information about petroleum exploration and production activities, and to discuss and address land access issues and the interaction of the interests of the petroleum and pastoral industries.