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PILBARA IRON ORE AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT


Rail Route (Stage B) –
Environmental Management Plan

1 May 2008

204-60-EN-RP-0008

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION.................................................................................................1
1.1

Project Background..............................................................................................1

1.2

Features of the Stage B Rail Corridor.................................................................1

1.3

Purpose and Scope of This Document...............................................................2

1.4

Stakeholder Consultation.....................................................................................3

2. CURRENT RAIL DESIGN (STAGE B) AND CLOSURE OPTIONS...................4
2.1

Overview of Rail Design.......................................................................................4

2.2

Vegetation Clearing And Impacts On Mulga Vegetation...................................4

2.3

Closure Options....................................................................................................5

3. BIOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE SURVEYS.......................................................7
3.1

Biological Surveys................................................................................................7

3.2

Aboriginal Heritage Surveys................................................................................7

4. APPLICABLE LEGISLATION............................................................................8
5. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY........................................................................9
6. ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVE AND MANAGEMENT ACTIONS.................10
7. AUDITING AND REVIEW.................................................................................12
8. REFERENCES..................................................................................................13

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Elements of Condition 12-1 (Ministerial Statement 707) covered within
this and other management plans..........................................................................2
Table 2: Proposed Areas of Disturbance for Railway Construction and Areas to
Be Rehabilitated Following Construction of Stage B Rail....................................6
Table 3: Relevant Legislation and its Application.................................................8
Table 4: Roles and Responsibilities.......................................................................9
Table 5: Plan for Implementation of Environmental Management Measures for
the Stage B Rail Line..............................................................................................10

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1 Stage A & B Environmental Approval Areas
Figure 2 Rail Construction Schedule
Figure 3 Fortescue’s Infrastructure and Physiographic Regions of the
Pilbara.
Figure 4 Detailed Rail and Road Information Cloud Break to Christmas
Creek
Figure 5 Conceptual Sheetflow Redistribution and Drainage Shadow
Zones
Figure 6 Proposed Rail Alignment, Culvert Locations and Sheetflow
Areas
Figure 7 Mulga-Dominated Vegetation and Vegetation Containing Mulga

LIST OF APPENDICES

Appendix A Conceptual Approach to Closure
Appendix B Biological Survey Work Conducted and Currently Underway
Along the Stage B Rail Corridor Subsequent to the Issue of
Ministerial Statement 707 (to March 2008)

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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 PROJECT BACKGROUND
Fortescue Metals Group Limited (Fortescue) are developing the Pilbara Iron Ore
and Infrastructure Project (the Project), which involves a series of iron ore mines in
the Pilbara region of Western Australia, with rail and port infrastructure for export of
iron ore through Port Hedland (Figure 1).

The Project has been assessed under the Western Australian Environmental
Protection Act 1986. Assessment occurred in three stages:
• Stage A Project: Port and a 345 km long north-south railway from north of
the Chichester Ranges in the Central Pilbara to Port Hedland (Ministerial
Statement 690);
• Stage B Project: Christmas Creek and Mindy Mindy mines and a 111 km
long east-west rail spur from the north-south rail line (Ministerial Statement
707); and
• Cloud Break Project: The Cloud Break mining operations (Ministerial
Statement 721).
While approvals for the Stage A and Stage B projects allow construction of a total
of 456 km of railway, only a portion of that railway is planned for construction at this
time (see Figure 2).

Construction of the rail between Port Hedland and Cloud Break was completed in
April 2008. This plan has been updated to include the 45 km of the Stage B rail line
between the Cloud Break and Christmas Creek minesites, currently planned for
construction in Q3 2008.

1.2 FEATURES OF THE STAGE B RAIL CORRIDOR
The Stage B rail corridor largely occurs within the Chichester Plateau (Figure 3).
The Chichester Plateau forms a watershed between numerous rivers flowing north
through the Abydos Plain to the coast and the Fortescue drainage on the southern
side of the range. The rail corridor will cross the Chichester Ranges from the north
to the Cloud Break mine which is located between the Chichester Plateau and the
Fortescue Valley. Drainage from the southern side of the Chichester Ranges is to
the Fortescue Valley.

In their formal assessment (Environmental Protection Authority, 2005), the EPA
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noted that the rail access corridor is located near high conservation value features
such as mulga woodlands and the Fortescue Marsh. This management plan is one
of a suite developed to protect environmental values in the area.

1.3 PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF THIS DOCUMENT
As stated in Ministerial Statement 707 (Condition 12.1), the purpose of this
document is to minimise adverse environmental impacts from the railway and its
formation.

The requirements for Condition 12-1 are presented in Table 1. Some of the
elements included in Condition 12-1 are covered in other plans, as indicated in
Table 1.

Table 1: Elements of Condition 12-1 (Ministerial Statement 707) covered within
this and other management plans.
Elements of Condition
Location in Plan
1. The results of detailed vegetation and
fauna survey(s).
Section 3.1, Appendix B. (See also
the Rail Corridor Fauna
Management Plan and Rail
Corridor Disturbance Management
Plan [2008 update]).
2. Detailed road and rail survey
information.
Section 2 and Figure 4.
3. A Statement that the Aboriginal Heritage
Act 1972 has been complied with prior
to construction.
Section 3.2.
4. The railway and its formation, in
particular drainage shadow impacts.
Figure 5 and Figure 6.
Chichester Operations Surface
Water Management Plan (204-03-
EN-RP-0003).
5. Location, ongoing monitoring and
maintenance of culverts and effects of
redistributed surface water runoff after
significant rain events on Mulga
woodland vegetation downstream.
Section 2.1, Figure 5 and Figure 6.
Chichester Operations Surface
Water Management Plan (204-03-
EN-RP-0003), (maintenance of
culverts, monitoring of impacts
associated with surface water
runoff).
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Elements of Condition
Location in Plan
6. Contingency measures to ensure that
affected Mulga trees downslope are
protected.
Section 6 of this plan; Chichester
Operations Surface Water
Management Plan, Section 6.3
(Fortescue, 2006a).
7. Ongoing measures for weed hygiene
and management.
Section 6 of this plan; Weed
Hygiene and Management Plan
(Fortescue, 2006b).
8. Consideration of final closure strategies
for the railway at the end of mining.
Section 2.3, Section 6, Appendix A
of this plan.


1.4 STAKEHOLDER CONSULTATION
Fortescue has undertaken an extensive stakeholder consultation program whereby
landowners, regulators and other relevant parties have been consulted with regard
to investigation and design of the rail corridor (see Section 7 in Environ, 2005).
Heritage survey of the rail corridor was carried out prior to rail construction.

Specific advice on the development and content of the initially approved plan has
been obtained from the Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC)
(Parks and Conservation). Advice was also sought on management of surface
water drainage and alleviation of potential impacts on Mulga from a specialist
consultant.

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2. CURRENT RAIL DESIGN (STAGE B) AND CLOSURE
OPTIONS
2.1 OVERVIEW OF RAIL DESIGN
The Stage B rail corridor was determined after extensive review during
environmental impact assessment process (Environ, 2005), culminating in a
detailed assessment of seven alternative alignments (see Fortescue Metals Group,
2005 [Appendix C]). The preferred alignment has been the subject of detailed
design taking into account regional and local hydrology (WorleyParsons, 2005),
heritage and environmental factors (this plan, and also see Fortescue Metals
Group [2006a] for general principles).

Figure 5 outlines the conceptual sheetflow redistribution from the road and rail
infrastructure between Cloud Break and Christmas Creek minesites. Where the
railway passes through sheet flow zones, nominally 50 m spaced culverts will be
installed. Detailed information about surface water management is found within the
Chichester Operations Surface Water Management Plan.

The layout of the Stage B rail corridor is presented in Figure 7. The figures show
the location of the rail alignment within the rail corridor and the proposed locations
of borrow pits, water target areas and microwave towers. Contours are shown at
10 m intervals although the design is based on an assessment at 1 m contours.
Also presented are the significant creek crossings for which culverts are being
considered during the final design phase.

The main rail access road adjoins the rail alignment. The layout presented is
subject to further change and refinement of the design that will occur even as
construction is underway.

2.2 VEGETATION CLEARING AND IMPACTS ON MULGA VEGETATION
A total of 1569.4 ha of vegetation is proposed to be cleared to allow construction of
the Stage B rail (Table 2). Of this area, 587.6 ha will be available for rehabilitation
during and after construction. The proposed area of clearance is consistent with
Ministerial Statement 707, Schedule 1, which indicates that overall clearing for the
rail will total 1600 ha.

One of the major ‘triggers’ for the development of this management plan was the
potential for impacts on Mulga vegetation (Acacia aneura - ‘mulga’) – in particular,
indirect impacts caused by ‘drainage shadow’. This phenomenon can occur where
redirected surface drainage alters the surface water regime normally experienced
by mulga. Over time, this can lead to some areas of mulga becoming degraded
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due to water deficit.

During the preparation of this plan, existing vegetation maps were reviewed and
two broad vegetation types – Mulga vegetation and vegetation containing Mulga –
have been plotted for review. Figure 7 shows that Mulga-dominated vegetation is
distributed primarily along the southern slopes of the Chichester Ranges between
the proposed Cloud Break and Christmas Creek minesites. Vegetation containing
mulga does occur at various points along the rail corridor. Potential indirect impacts
on this vegetation were reviewed during development of a management plan for
surface water (Fortescue, 2006a) and it was determined that indirect impacts on
vegetation containing mulga were likely to be limited if the management techniques
are employed.

2.3 CLOSURE OPTIONS
Options for closure of the Stage B infrastructure and mine project were discussed
in the Stage B Public Environmental Review (Environ, 2005 – Appendix Q). The
rail component of those options is listed in Appendix A of this report. At the
cessation of mining, and in the absence of future commercial opportunities for the
railway line, rehabilitation of the railway line is proposed.


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Table 2: Proposed Areas of Disturbance for Railway Construction and Areas to
Be Rehabilitated Following Construction of Stage B Rail.
Description
Disturbance (ha)
Rehabilitation (ha)
Borrow Pits 125.9 125.9
Roads to Borrow Pits 81.1 81.1
Water Bores 16.7 12.2
Roads to Water Bores 49.2 29.2
Main Access Road 240 0
Microwave Towers 24 0
Roads to Microwave Towers 12.1 0
Ballast Stockpile Pads 16 4
Bridge Sites 1.4 0
Culvert Sites 3.4 2.5
Culvert Laydown Areas 19 19
Construction Camps 50 0
Main Rail Alignment 735.44 153
Sidings 2.9 0
Refuge Spurs 0.8 0
Loading Spur 19.7 0
Spoil Sites 170 170
Off Formation Drainage 28.5 0
Total 1596.4 587.6


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3. BIOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE SURVEYS
3.1 BIOLOGICAL SURVEYS
Flora and fauna surveys were conducted for the assessment under Part IV of the
Environmental Protection Act 1986 (Environ, 2005) and are summarised in EPA
Bulletin 1202 (Environmental Protection Authority, 2005). In Ministerial Statement
707, the Minister for the Environment set conditions requiring further fauna and
vegetation / flora surveys to be conducted (Conditions 6-1 and 7-1). A survey
program was developed and the program, the current progress towards it, and the
main findings to date are outlined in Appendix B. Delays in some surveys have
occurred pending clearance for Aboriginal heritage.

Fortescue will conduct further survey work as outlined in Section 6.

3.2 ABORIGINAL HERITAGE SURVEYS
Survey of Aboriginal heritage values along the rail corridor has been extensive and
has encompassed all parts of the rail infrastructure from Port Hedland to Christmas
Creek. All works are being conducted in accordance with Fortescue’s Land Access
Agreement with Native Title Claimants and Management of indigenous heritage
issues (Fortescue, 2006c), with field surveys conducted with the relevant traditional
owners.

Fortescue has aimed to minimise impacts by avoiding sites where possible within
the design phase. For sites that Fortescue cannot avoid, Section 18 applications
have, and will continue to be, submitted for approval. Fortescue will comply with
the conditions as set within approved s18 permits. It is Fortescue’s objective to
achieve full compliance with the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972.


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4. APPLICABLE LEGISLATION
Fortescue, its employees and contractors will comply with all Commonwealth and
State legislation that applies to the development and operation of the Project.
Legislation relevant to environmental issues on the rail corridor is outlined in Table
3.
Table 3: Relevant Legislation and its Application.
Legislation
Application
Environmental Protection Act 1986
State environmental impact assessment and
Ministerial approval process.
Wildlife Conservation Act 1950
State process that assesses the conservation
significance of flora and fauna and forms the
framework for significant species protection.
Environment Protection and
Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
Assesses the conservation significance of flora
and fauna species and forms the framework for
significant species protection at the federal level.
Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972
Protection of Aboriginal heritage values.
Rights In Water and Irrigation Act
1914
Assigns the right of users to extract water, and
provides guidance on sustainable use objectives.
Water and Rivers Commission Act
1995
Outlines the roles and responsibilities of the
Water and Rivers Commission.

When the final route is determined for the Cloud Break to Christmas Creek section,
approval to amend the Railway and Port (The Pilbara Infrastructure Pty Ltd)
Agreement will be sought from the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure.
Currently, works are proceeding under an investigation permit (see Figure 4).




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5. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITY
Table 4 provides provisional roles and responsibilities of the personnel responsible
for the implementation of this plan. Contractor responsibilities will be outlined within
contract documents.

Table 4: Roles and Responsibilities.
Position
Responsibility
Head of
Environment
To formulate and implement flora, vegetation and fauna surveys
and monitoring programs, and any other measures to protect the
environment.
To provide the tools required to meet Fortescue’s objectives to
site staff.
Site Environmental
Officers
To maintain site records of surveys and carry out monitoring
programs as required.
To ensure all staff are aware of their obligations in relation to this
plan.
To provide technical support and advice to site staff.
Construction /
Operational
Managers
To ensure that Fortescue’s conditions, commitments, and
policies are followed on-site.
To participate in compliance audits and inspections.
To ensure that the impact of Fortescue operations significant
flora and fauna is minimised.
All Fortescue
personnel,
contractors and
visitors
Minimise impacts on the environment from the construction and
operation of the project.
To be aware of all site management strategies and procedures
and be able to demonstrate this awareness when required.
Report all known breaches of the management strategies and
procedures to their Project Manager.

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6. ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVE AND MANAGEMENT
ACTIONS
Table 5: Plan for Implementation of Environmental Management Measures for
the Stage B Rail Line.
Objective/Target
Ensure the environmental values of the Stage B rail corridor are
protected and the impacts associated with construction and
operation are minimised.
Management
Actions
Occurrences of vertebrate fauna of conservation significance
will be managed as per Fauna Management Plan (Fortescue,
2006d).
Occurrences of DRF and Priority Flora will be managed as per
Rail Corridor Disturbance Management Plan (Fortescue, 2006e,
updated 2008) and Mulga and other Flora Communities
Management Plan (2004-00-EN-RP-0004, updated 2008).
Potential impacts in relation to surface water management,
including the potential occurrence of drainage shadow effects,
will be managed as per the Chichester Operations Surface
Water Management Plan (Fortescue, 2008).
Occurrences of weeds along the rail corridor will be managed
as per the Weed Hygiene and Management Plan (Fortescue,
2006b).
Review closure strategies when construction is complete.
Performance
Indicators
Target flora, vegetation and fauna delineated and avoided
where possible.
Surface water impacts minimised.
Weed populations controlled and procedures to prevent weed
spread implemented.
No deterioration of the condition of mulga vegetation
downstream of rail corridor.
Monitoring Field audits during and after construction.
Quarterly audits during operation.
Reporting
Survey reports and Annual Environmental Report.
Internal report detailing review of rail route in the light of survey
/audit results.
Corrective
Action
Ensure management actions are completed.
Term
Primarily during construction of the rail but also post-
construction (for monitoring of impacts).
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Responsibility
Design Manager (review survey findings and optimise rail route
design).
Construction Manager (all project construction-related issues).
Head of Environment / Site Environmental Personnel (field
audits, internal report review, statutory report preparation).
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7. AUDITING AND REVIEW
Auditing of the implementation of the plan will occur at intervals to be determined
during and following the construction period. The plan will be reviewed at the
completion of the rail construction project and at intervals of not more than five
years thereafter (as required by Condition 12-2 of Ministerial Statement 707).


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8. REFERENCES
Environ. (2005) Pilbara Iron Ore and Infrastructure Project – Stage B East-West
Railway and Mine Sites. Public Environmental Review, January 2005.
Environmental Protection Authority. (2005) Pilbara Iron Ore & Infrastructure Project:
East-West Railway and Mine Sites (Stage B). Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.
Report and recommendations of the Environmental Protection Authority,
Bulletin 1202, October 2005.
Fortescue Metals Group Limited (2008) Chichester Operations Surface Water
Management Plan. 204-03-EN-RP-0003. (Update of 204-03-EN-RP-0003
Cloud Break Surface Water MP Rev 0).
Fortescue Metals Group Limited. (2005) Pilbara Iron Ore & Infrastructure Project:
East-West Railway and Mine Sites (Stage B) (Assessment No. 1520).
Response to Submissions (Additional Studies and Project Variation), August
2005.
Fortescue Metals Group. (2006a) Rail Corridor: Surface Water Management Plan,
204-60-EN-RP-0003, 4 August 2006. (Requirement for Ministerial Statement
690 only)
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (2006b) Weed Hygiene and Management Plan Rev3a,
E-SA-RP-0106-1145, June 2006.
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (2006c) Indigenous Heritage Management Plan. April
2006.
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (2006d) Railway Corridor: Fauna Management Plan,
204-60-EN-RP-0002, 3 August 2006.
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. (2006e) Railway Corridor Disturbance Management
Plan, 204-60-EN-RP-0007, 8 August 2006.
WorleyParsons. (2005) Pilbara Iron Ore and Infrastructure Project – Waterways
Report – Railway. Report for Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. 07519-06010-CI-
RP-0001.
WorleyParsons. (2006) Pilbara Iron Ore and Infrastructure Project – FEED Hydraulic
Design Report – Railway. Report for Fortescue Metals Group Ltd. 300/10244-
06210-CI-RP-0003 10 May 2006.






















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Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.
Fortescue Metals Group Ltd.
Date: 15/01/2008
Scale: 1:2,500,000
Report No:
FIGURE 3
Physiographic Regions
of the Pilbara
Author: K. Burke
Dwg No: 08_023_Fig4
Projection: MGA Z50 (GDA94)
Drawn By: UB / AWRevision: 30/02/2008
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785,000 mE
775,000 mE 775,000 mE
780,000 mE 780,000 mE
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7,540,000 mN
765,000 mE
760,000 mE 760,000 mE
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7,530,000 mN
7,535,000 mN
Cloud Break
Christmas Creek

Rail extension - Cloudbreak to Christmas Creek
Environment Surveyed Area
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