Ian Le Provost

Honorary Member


Ian LeProvost has over thirty five years experience in environmental impact assessment and management in coastal environments, principally in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. He has particular expertise in the oil and gas industry and with port and dredging developments. He is a graduate in Biological and Earth Sciences from Macquarie University (1971), has completed the Executive Management Programme at the University of WA Graduate School of Management (1997), and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Ecologically Sustainable Development, Murdoch University (1999). Ian has also served as a member of the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority (2000-2), during which time he contributed to the development of the Cockburn Sound EPP, The EIA Administrative Guidelines 2002, and the EPA Guidance Statement No 29 (BPPH Protection).

Experience practicing in:

  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Design and management of marine ecology research and field surveys
  • Environmental management programs
  • Offshore oil and gas exploration and production
  • Marine biological monitoring programs
  • Marine wastewater discharge assessments
  • Project direction and management
  • Dredging and reclamation approvals
  • Strategic Environmental Advice
  • Dredging andspoil disposal management
  • Environmental audit programmes
  • Project approvals and government liaison

General Services ? View service descriptions

Project Management
Environmental Impact Assessment and Approvals
Stakeholder Consultation
Environmental Management Plans (EMP)
Data Management, Analysis
Land Use Planning
Compliance Reporting
Environmental Audits
Marine and Coastal
Waste - Liquid Management