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Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd

Roy Hill Infrastructure’s railway line transports iron ore from its mine in the Pilbara to Port Hedland. This railway line is subject to the WA rail access regime under the Railway (Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd) Agreement Act 2010.

The regime requires that regulatory instruments, including Segregation Arrangements and Part 5 instruments (Train Path Policy, Train Management Guidelines, Costing Principles and Over-payment Rules) are approved by the ERA to ensure that negotiations may occur under the Code for access to the railway.

After consulting on the proposed instruments and draft decisions for each of the instruments and Segregation Arrangements the ERA published its final decision on the segregation arrangements on 7 April 2017 and the Part 5 instruments on 29 June 2017.

The ERA published approved Segregation Arrangements provided by Roy Hill Infrastructure on 7 August 2017 and published the remaining instruments on 21 September 2017.

Approved segregation arrangements and Part 5 Instruments

Final decisions

Draft decisions

Date Documents File type
24-Mar-17
Draft decision - Proposed Train Path Policy
Adobe PDF 471kB
24-Mar-17
Draft decision - Proposed Costing Principles
Adobe PDF 514kB
24-Mar-17
Draft decision - Proposed Over-payment rules
Adobe PDF 515kB
24-Mar-17
Draft decision - Proposed Train Management Guidelines
Adobe PDF 455kB
9-Feb-17
Draft decision - Roy Hill Infrastructure proposed Segregation Arrangements
Adobe PDF 159 kB

Proposed segregation arrangements and Part 5 Instruments

Date Documents File type
25-Oct-16
Proposed Segregation Arrangements
Adobe PDF 628 kB
25-Oct-16 Proposed Train Path Policy
Adobe PDF 592 kB
25-Oct-16
Proposed Train Management Guidelines Adobe PDF 670 kB
25-Oct-16
Proposed Costing Principles Adobe PDF 806 kB
25-Oct-16
Proposed Over-payment Rules Adobe PDF 723 kB

Public submissions

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