Questions from the community.
If you have a question that hasn’t been covered here or in our FAQ section, please feel free to ask us. Just complete the question form to the right and we’ll get back to you.
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Is there a form my employer has to fill out if I’m going for the scholarship?
Thank you for your enquiry regarding Skills Scholarship Applications. Once applicants have been shortlisted and interviewed, a business application form will be distributed to those recipients’ businesses.
My question is with your advertising, I have tried in vain to find out who is the person who sings ” BRING IT ON’ in your ad, please help me. Thank you
The singer’s name is Steven Jaymes. It makes us proud that local community members enjoy and wish to know more about our advertisements, after all, they were made with you in mind.
Don’t forget that you are able to download the song, just click here
I think your TV advertising campaign is very well done. It showed country people as they really are. Costuming was excellent – Real ‘Australian’ looking clothing, even for the kids, it’s a laid back country style. All told, the adverts are top class. I’d love to get a proper copy of them if possible.
Hi there, thank you for your wonderful feedback, it’s much appreciated. If you could kindly provide your postal address, we would be very happy to send a copy out to you.
I recently received a letter from Australia Pacific LNG Pty Ltd regarding the Cultural Heritage Management Plans. Can you tell me more about it?
Many people throughout the south-west recently received a letter from Australia Pacific LNG Pty Ltd regarding the Cultural Heritage Management Plans we are required to develop, in accordance with the provisions of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2003.
It is important that you realise that just because you have received a letter from Australia Pacific LNG in relation to the development of a CHMP does not mean your property will be affected by our Project.
A Cultural Heritage Management Plan (CHMP) is a document, developed by the proponent of a project and the relevant Aboriginal party for the area of the project that sets out agreed procedures for managing the impacts of the project development on Aboriginal cultural heritage in areas directly affected by project activities.
The CHMP notices issued for the Project cover the area being investigated for the Project Environmental Impact Statement, as indicated on the Overview of CHMP Areas map, including areas outside of existing petroleum authorities.
There are many different types of petroleum authority. The Queensland Government has specific information capturing all petroleum authorities held over land within the State. If you are not already aware of whether your land is covered by a petroleum authority we recommend you view the State Government website For more information, please visit our FAQs page.
I am looking for work and heard there are jobs with Origin. Can you tell me how I can find out about these job opportunities?
Thank you for your interest in employment with Origin. We always try to employ local people wherever possible to ensure they can work where they live and stay close to their families and friends. Please visit our jobs page where you can search our current vacancies. We also recommend you register for a ‘Job Alert’ on this site so you can be alerted whenever relevant opportunities arise in your area.