The directors present their report on the consolidated entity consisting of WorleyParsons Limited (Company) and the entities it controlled (Group or consolidated entity) at the end of, or during, the year ended 30 June 2016.

In the majority of the Group’s business operations, it does not have responsibility for obtaining environmental licenses. The Group typically assists its customers, who usually own or operate plant and equipment, with the management of their environmental responsibilities, rather than having those responsibilities itself. However, the Group has environmental responsibilities in terms of compliance with environmental controls and in exercising reasonable care and skill in its design, construction management, operation and supervising activities. The risks associated with environmental issues are managed through the Group’s risk management and quality assurance systems.

It is the Group’s policy to comply with all environmental regulations applicable to it and to the work it carries out. The Company confirms, for the purposes of section 299(1)(f) of the Corporations Act 2001 (Act) that it is not aware of any breaches by the Group of any environmental regulations under the laws of the Commonwealth of Australia, or of a State or Territory of Australia.