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The company has a long standing expertise on mining industry locally and internationally. Currently, the company is operating mining business in 3 countries, including China, Vietnam and Cambodia, and intend to extend its operations in other ASEAN countries. It is under the umbrella of Khmer First Investment Holding Group established in 2010.
20,000,000,000 riels
3-Jan-12
6,258
Cao Yunde
China
#47, St. Standford, Tonle Bassac, Chamkarmorn, Phnom Penh
Completed study
Ministry of Mines and Energy
The project location is about 300km from Phnom Penh, and 102km from Siem Reap town.
Kvarv
Chong Spean
Roveang
Kvarv
Chi Kraeng
Siem Reap
30 years
the contract is renewed every 10 years if the mining operation could indicate the mining area still have commercial viability.
3,600
Mine exploration and exploitation
Creative Green Design Co.Ltd
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#322P, St. 271Z, Terk Tla, Khan Resey Keo, Phnom Penh. Tel: (855-11) 845 695/ 097 204 6789, Email: saphoeuntous09@yahoo.com, Website: www.CREATIVE09.com
The assessment and reporting follow relevant 15 national legal frameworks including 9 laws, 4 sub-decrees, Retangular Strategy, and 1 Prakas.
The projection of Total Future Value (FV) Cost within 10 years is USD 225 million, and Total Present Value (PV) cost USD 184.938 million. While the estimated Total PV benefit is USD 204.147 million excluding other expendictures.
The project contributes to​ the increase of employment opportunities, the improvement of local economy and infrastructures, tax incomes, and the allocation of its profits for social and environmental funds.
Employed 30 local people and expected to provide more jobs between 150-200 workers in the first quarter of 2015.
The environmental and social impact assessment on this project has been discussed for two times with stakeholders from provincial department, district governors, commune chief, village chief, and 3 villages surrounding the project area.
The mining concession area located in forested areas which classified into 4 types, including 632ha of evergreen forest, 31ha of semi-evergreen forest, 2,243ha of decidous forest and 694ha of non-forest areas. The project affected 91ha of evergreen forest and 428ha of decidous forest.
The company has environmental management plan, environmental monitoring and audit plan
Development plan in the concession areas such as infrastructure, healthcare center, school and others
The company has mitigation stategies with holding standard for mining procedure and providing water and sanitation to the employee, and pre-consult with the local community and authority before clearing the land.
USD 60,000 per year or USD 600,000 for 10 years
2015
2
The company has been investing in agro-industry plantations for 50 000 hectares in Indonesia since 2006. Currently, the company received land concession for 6509 hectares in Kon Mom district, Ratanakiri province for agro-industry plantation for 50 years.
20,000,000, 000 riels
24-Nov-10
3,485
Surendra Kuma Poddar
Singapore
#18-07, High Street Center, North Bridge Road, Singapore Postal code: 179094
Completed study
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
The project location is in the northwest of Ratanakiri province. It is approximately 30 kilometers from Banlung town.
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Phnum Kok
Hat Pak
Trapeang Kraham
Teun
Veun Sai
Koun Mon
Ratanakiri
50 years
6,509
Economic land concession
RCBCC CO.,LTD
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#37, St:99, Sangkat Beung Trabek, Khan Chnomkarmon, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Tel: 023 993 003 Email: rcbcc.info@gmail.com, Website: www.rcbccltd.com
The assessment and reporting follow relevant national legal frameworks including 18 laws and 14 sub-decrees and related regulation.
The total investment capital of this project will be 67 million USD for expenses project implement in the first 10 years from 2017-2027. Approximately 50% of the capital will be used for plantations activity expense.
The project contributes to​ the increase of employment opportunities, the improvement of local economy and infrastructures, tax incomes, and the allocation of its profits for social and environmental funds.
By year 10, the company will have employed Cambodian citizen for 644 technical and management staffs and 1400 unskilled staffs.
The environmental and social impact assessment on this project has been discussed with stakeholders and civil society such as Save Cambodia's Wildlife, Indigenous Community Support Organization, 3S Rivers Protection Network (3SPN), Highlander Association, Non-Timber Forest Products, local authority and communities. People from 11 surrounding villages were given opportunities to raise their concern through survey and observation.
The project area is converted from public state land which covers forest land for 5911.55 hectares including 647.86 hectares of evergreen forest, 460.21 hectare of semi-evergreen forest and 4726.68 hectares of decidous forest.
The company has environmental management plan, environmental monitoring and audit plan
Development plan in the concession areas such as infrastructure, healthcare center, school and others
The company has mitigation strategies for soil quality, water quality, air quality, noise pollution, natural resource, existing land use of local community, local traditional of indigenous community, and security and livelihood of employee.
USD 2000 per year or USD 100,000 for 50 years and provide fund for community development USD 1,400 per year or USD 70,00 for 50 years
2017
3
Chevron offers fuel and automotive products to consumers through our subsidiary Chevron (Cambodia) Limited. Chevron operates a network of Caltex® service stations and support the community through health, education and safety initiatives.
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Mr Barry Andrews (former Steve Glick)
USA
#No. 28 st.310 Corner St. 110, Phnom Penh.
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Ministry of Environment
The project is located in Block A and 137 km offshore Cambodia
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Praeh Sihanouk
Kampot
Kep
Koh Kong
ព័ត៌មានពុំអាចរកបាន
470,900
Oil and gas
International Environmental Management Co. Ldt. (IEM)
IEM has both commercial registrations in Cambodia and an EIA license issued by the Ministry of Environment (MoE)
Bangkok (Head Office)​ 8th Floor, Sitthivorakit Building 5 Soi Pipat, Silom Road, Bangrak, Bangkok 10500, Thailand Tel: (66-2) 636.6390-9, 636.6683-4 Fax: (66-2) 236-6276 E-mail: ron@iem-global.com
The assessment and report was conducted in compliance with the guidance in Annex 1 of the 2009 Prakas on General Guidline for Prepering IEIA and EIA Report (2009) and meets the intent of the Sub Decree on Environmental Impeact Assessment Process, 1999. The assesment and reporting follows 7 national legal frameworks including 2 laws, 1 royal decree, 4 sub - decrees.
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Many project activities are likely to benefit the local economy by creating employment, purchasing local goods /materials and through the engagement of local service providers or sub-contractors. The project may also benefit the Cambodian economy as a result of royalties paid to the Cambodian Government.
Core operations require 50 people during phase 1 a. Approximately 30 people total will be needed to run the ship and 20 people total to run the facilities. Additional personnel may be required for Phase 1 c. Where appropiate, the use of local business firms and employees will be a priority for Chevron and Partners.
The Public Involvement Program of COPCL consisted of a series of 13 Public Consultaion Meetings with stakeholders (governors, local regulators, communities, and NGOs). The outcomes of the public involvement at four coastal provinces (Preah Sihanouk, Kampot, Kep and Koh Kong) indicated that the public showed interest in
General mitigation plans
Specific management measure for risks of accidental oil release and typhoons
Management of gas, cuttings and waste
Benefits for local communities
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Emergency response Plan, Oil spill response Plan, Mercury management plan and waste management plan
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2012
4
The Shinohydro is one of the leading company to utilize the water for producing electricity that has 10 subsidiaries and 70 network companies. The company invests in construction, energy, and infrastructure in forms of Build, Operation, and Transfer (BOT). The company received the BOT development agreement with the Royal Government of Cambodia to build Kamchay hydropower dam (193.2 MW) in 2006.
280 millions USD
2/23/2006
1105/06E
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China
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Completed study
Ministry of Mine and Energy
Aproximately 15 Km from the Kampot provincial city
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Mak Prank
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Kampot
44
2,291.37
Hydropower dam
Sawac Consultants for Development
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1A, 259, Phum 2, Sangkat Tuek L'ak Muoy, Khan Tuol Kouk, Phnom Penh
This EIAs is in accordant with 11 laws and 4 sub-degree. There are Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management 1996, Law​ on Labour 2007, Law on Land 2001, Law on Forestry 2002, Law on Fishery 2006, Law on Water Resource Management 2007, Law on Natural Protected Area 2008, Sub-degree on Water Pollution Management, Sub-degree on Solid Waste Management, Sub-degree on Procedure of EIA and Sub-degree on Social Land Concession 2003.
The company invests 330 millions USD to the project that is able to generate 457.12 GWh annually. This concession has 44 years (4 years for construction).
The project will provide the benefits such as reduction of CO2, energy supply and development of economy, land price, tourism and the better livelihood of local people.
"The plan is to recruit 2236 people ( 2000 Khmer and 263 Chinese) during the construction period but during the operation and maintenance, it will require only 46 Khmer and 82 Chinese.
For the public participation, the SAWAC company discussed with a number of related ministries and discussed with the local authority, organization and local people. Among 233 people, there are 215 local people are selected for the interview on comments and measurements to minimize the impacts.
This project cover 2291.37 hectares and affected to the forest 1961.96 hectares (Evergreen forest for 1545.96 hectares and bamboo forest 416 hecates) agriculture land for 301.37 hectares (includig the second dam ).
The environmental management plan will be used as the stages specially in the construction stage operation stage and closing project stage with the monitoring from the interministrial committee and provincial sub-commitee.
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The company has the strategic plan to minimize the impacts depend on the stage of development such as before construction stage, during construction stage, operation and maintenance stage and closing the project stage. Each stage consists of detail measurement to reduce the problem that may occur practically.
The company spent the 3 500 000 USD to the impacted farm and land leased surrounding the rock extracting areas. For the environmental fund the company prepare 12 millions USD for 4 years and 5.5 million USD for the rest 40 years after the construction. The company will reforest 2000 hectares and deliver 100 000 fish to the fish sanctuary each year for 10 years. The company will support 4 fishery officer accounted for 14 400 USD per year and the forest conservation officer accounted for 18 000 USD per year.
2011
5
The Moroko project is invested by Koh Pos (Cambodia) Investment Group LTD which is the Russian company and receives the Koh Pos lease concession for 99 years from 25 September 2006. This project is the built operate and transfer type (BOT) and cost 440 million USD.
440 millions USD
9/25/2006
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Russia
#63, Ekareach Street, Krong Preah Sihanouk, Preah Sihanouk province
Initial study
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The project area is approximately 230 Km from Phnom Penh city by travelling along National Road No. 4
Phum 1
Sangkat 3
Preah Sihanouk
Preah Sihanouk
99 years
The project covers 3 sections: bridge construction covers 900 meters, Hawaii beach covers 22,788 square meters and Koh Pos island covers 1,078,000 square meters
Island concession
Key Consultants (Cambodia)
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Room no. 684, 6th floor, Building F, Phnom Penh center, Preah Sihanouk Blvd, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh
There are 11 relevant laws and sub-decrees: The Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management 1996, Law on Labour 1997, Law on Land 2001, Law on Forestry 2002, Law on Fishery 2006, Law on Water Resource​​ Management 2007, Sub-Decree on the Environmental Impact Assessment Process 1999, Sub-Decree on Water Pollution Control 1999, Sub-Decree on Solid Waste Management 1999 and Sub-Decree on the Air Pollution Control and Noise Disturbance 2000.
According to the financial analysis, the development project proposes an estimated budget of 591 millions USD, while its estimated cost is 440 millions USD. The company will pay USD 80 000 per year and it will increase to USD 10 000 for every 5 years until the end of contract. The company will spend on the Koh Pos beach for the lease of USD 1,400 for the second and third year, and from the fourth year of the business phase, the company will pay USD 5,500 per year and will increase by 10% every 10 years. For the bridge, it is leased for 99 years and accounted for USD 850 000.
The project will create the tourism site which will provide the job opportunities, infrastructure development, protection against the illegal fishing and live below water as well as the sanctuary for breeding and growth of animals and plants.
The project is divided into two phases: the recruitment of 995 people during the construction and 1476 people during the operation period. The company has created jobs to the local people in Preah Sihanouk for 990 people during the construction and 1470 people during the operation.
The process of public participant is conducted for two times: the first time is to provide information of the project to the local community and to monitor the potential environmental issues that may occurr in the surrounding project area, and the second time takes place after the field visit to the project areas in order to show the stakeholders such as the representatives of the affected communities, related provincial departments, private sectors, NGOs and other relevant organizations from Phnom Penh. This participation is open for comments, questions and suggestions.
The developed area for the construction in Koh Pos is converted from 46 hectares of forest land accounted for 47% of the total forest area.
The company has the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) that is the measurement to minimize the impact, monitor and evaluate the plan before the construction, during the construction, and during the operation.
The company has the development plan: bridge construction for 3 years, Hawaii beach development for 4 years and Koh Pos development for 6 years.
The company has cooperated with the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, Technical Standards Committee, the Provincial Department of Environment, the Provincial Department of Public Works and Transport, the Environmental Impact Assessment Department of the Ministry of Environment, the Pollution Control Department of the Ministry of Environment, Fisheries Administration, Forestry Administration, general contractor, and local authorities to monitor the implementation phase before the construction phase, during the construction and project management processes.
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2011
6
Sithikula is the limited company in Cambodia and requests the Royal Government of Cambodia through the provincial governor and the senior minister of environment the land amount 4273 hectares as the concession for 99 years in Phnom Nam Lyr Wildlife Sanctuary, Mondulkiri province.
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Khaou Phallaboth
Cambodia
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Initial study
Ministry of Environment
Phnom Nam Lyr Wildlife Sanctuary
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Bousra
Dak Dam
Pech Chreada
O'Reang
Mondulkiri
99 years
4,273
Economic land concession
Green Environment Group
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No. E05, Street 466 Sangkat Boeung Trabek, Khan Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh
There are relevant laws and sub-decrees: Law on Land 2001, Law on Forestry 2002, Law on Fishery 2006, Law on Water Resource​​ Management 2007, Law on Biosafety 2008, relevant Sub-Decree on Environmental Impact Assessment and project.
The budget to invest in the rubber plantation project and the first 10-year processing costs is estimated to be USD 25,58 million, which the operation cost will be USD 19,29 million. The initial budget for the plant is USD 2,5 million and plans to spend USD 3,7 million in fixed costs. The company earns revenues from the seventh year and up. In the twentieth year, the company will earn USD 9,45 million and profit of USD 3,99 million.
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The project will require 866 local staffs in the first year and up to 1247 staffs in from the sixth to fifteenth year, and one international specialist.
For the public participation, relevant stakeholders such as local authorities, local communities, and stakeholders are invited in order to be aware of potential issues that are likely to occur from the project development and receive suggestions and recommendations for the project.
Sethikula company is located in the Phnom Nam Lyr Wildlife Sanctuary, Mondul Kiri province, with 488,5 hectares of dense forest, 439,2 hectares of semi-dense forest and 2506,2 hectares of deciduous forest, 619 hectares of forest, and 220,1 hectares of land without forest cover which related to spiritual forest, 434 hectares of farmland, 488 hectares of protected landin mountainous area, and 791 hectares of bush forest. But these lands were cut off from the project and land for rubber planatation was only 2,860 hectares.
The company has environmental management plan in different phases: land clearing and construction phase, project implementation, project completion phase, and environmental monitoring programs that submit reports to the Ministry of Environment every six months. The program analyzes the physical, biological, and economic and social resources.
The company plans to plant 2,610 hectares in two years (2011 and 2012) and 250 hectares of land for infrastructure.
The company has mitigation measures such as discussions with local people, environmental protection, and a master plan, waste management and reforestation.
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2010
7
Hoang Anh Gia Lai is the famous multi investment group in Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thai and operate for a long time in business, investment and other activities in the society of those country. The company operates 26 projects including construction, real estate investment, stock exchange, rubber plantation, mining and hydropower electric dam. Hoang Anh Ratanakiri Co., LTD in receives the land concession for 260 hectares in Bar Kaev and Ou Ya Dav district, Ratanakiri province to develop the iron sector and supply the iron domestic demand and export to abroad market.
64000 million riels
12-Jul-09
Co. 6186/09E
Nguyen Van Minh
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National Road No 78, Village 03, Sangkat Labansiek, Ban Lung Municipality, Rattanak Kiri Province
Initial study
Ministry of Mine and Energy
30km away from Ban Lung Municipality and 8km from National Road 78
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Bar Kaev, Ou Ya Dav
Ratanak Kiri
9.5 years
260
Mine exploitation
CES Company
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This EIA is consistent with 15 legal frameworks, including Sub-decree 6 and Royal Decree 1. Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Management, Law on Forestry, Law on Fishery, Law on Public Financial System, Law on Land, Law on Water Resources Management, Law on Investment of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Law on Management and the Law Mining Business, Sub-Decree on Environmental Impact Assessments, Sub-Decree Water Pollution Control, Sub-Decree on Solid Waste Management, Sub-Decree on Controlling Air Pollution and Audio Disturbance, Sub-decree on Investment of the Kingdom of Cambodia, Sub-decree on Economic Land Concessions, Royal Decree on the Establishment and Defining Protected Areas.
The project will utilize a total investment of US $ 26,672,451, of which the total investment budget is US $ 14,536,607 and operating capital of US $ 12,135,844 . Revenues from sales of these mineral products totaled US $ 47,384,450 in 2011, and product sales from 2012-2018 to US $ 50,000,000.
The project has been beneficial, with major objectives such as: Protecting, preserving and preserving good forest (mangrove forests) at least 400 acres, contributing to the Royal Government's collection of royalties on mineral resources and forest products. From the exploitation of timber in semi-evergreen forest at least 304.40 hectares, the price of land in that area will be higher than the present value, Fix to repair the trail bridges, and create jobs for local residents.
The project will help create jobs for Cambodian people, especially local people (among 181 labors) and improve training programs for these people to be able to work (can also receive overseas training).
The public participation is the CES team, conducts surveys, surveys and meets with local communities, local authorities, non-governmental organizations and other relevant institutions in order to explain the activities of the project on public opinion, about environmental and social issues. Caused by the business activities of the project and collecting concerns Other related socio-environmental problems to find a solution which would be acceptable for all stakeholders.
In the project site, there are 1,252 hectares of jungle, semi-evergreen forest, 1826 hectares of forest, 619 hectares of forest, 7 hectares of jungle.
Environmental development plan, the project owner will prepare and set out some key measures to prevent and mitigate any negative environmental impacts caused by the action at any stage before operation of the project, executing the project and completing the project to ensure management The environmental resources of the area are efficient in accordance with techniques and techniques Department of Environment. The Ministry of Environment, in cooperation with relevant institutions, will conduct monitoring, examining and compliance with environmental management plans and verify the results of the company's environmental management plan implementation.
The plan for the development of the land area in the project site is divided into 260 hectares of mining area (12 zones), construction area of 30 ha, office space and other constructions, surface area system of roads 18 m long, 8 m wide, 14,40 ha, and bore forest (100m along the O-shore) has 400 ha.
The company has implemented each phase of the mineral exploitation, such as the pre-construction phase, the construction phase, the operation phase, the maintenance and completion phase. At each stage, the company has measures to reduce the problems.
The company has developed a local community development plan (rehabilitation of forest, raising livestock and fish, repairing roads, providing technical services for planting rubber, cassava, and providing consultation service for other crops). These social funds will cost 892,000 USD in over 10 years, and budget for environmental rehabilitation is $ 189,794 USD/year.
2011
8
Delcotech is a member of Asia AmericanGateway and is the exclusive Internet Service Provider for Cambodia, a submarine cable network linking the United States with South-East Asia. The company has provided exclusive services to EZECOM, part of Royal Group, which has invested with Telekom Malaysia Berhad (Malaysia), Symphony Communication Public (Thailand), to develop the project. The submarine cable network extends from the Sea of ​​Malaysia to Sihanoukville province of Cambodia, and continues to Thailand with total length of 1,380 km (across Cambodia with total length of 471 km).
48 million USD
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Kith Meng
Cambodia
Cambodia Chamber of Commerce Building No.7D, Russian Blvd, Sangkat Tek Laok 1, Khan Toul Kok, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Completed study
Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications
Otres Beach, Preah Sihanouk
Otres
Buon
Preah Sihanouk
Preah Sihanouk
30 years
It has a total length of 1380km, connecting Malaysia with a length of 764km and crossing Cambodia with a length of 470km and linking to the golf of Thailand with a length of 146km.
Installation of optical cable underneath the ocean
Creative Green Design
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No. 322P, St. Yothapol Khemarak Phoumin (St. 271), 12306 Phnom Penh, Yuthapol Khemarak Phumin Blvd, Phnom Penh
Relevant legal framework, including constitution, law on environmental protection and natural resource management 1996, Land Planning, Law on Urban Planning and Construction 1994, Law on Water Resources Management 2007, Law on Fishery 2006, Law on Labor 1997, Law on Land 2001, Law on Mineral Resource Management and Exploitation 2001, Law on Investment and other legal document.
The company will spend $ 21.3 million for construction and $ 75.5 thousand annually for project operation. The company expects to profit 60 million US dollars of total current gross profit over the next 30 years.
Create jobs and income, reduce migration to the country, provide nationwide telecommunication services, develop knowledge in the field of rural electronics technology, develop rural economy through telecommunication, and provides a great deal for communication and development of the entire ASEAN community. Additionally, the company will contribute to provide free internet services at some educational institutions in Cambodia.
The entire embed cable project will require about 8 to 10 foreign staff and around 200 local staff.
Public stakeholder consultation was conducted during the ESIA study from February 10 to September 9, 2018 and updated in September 2015 and again from October to November 2017. The consultation included officials from Provincial Department, provincial hall, Conservation International, Fauna and Flora International, local authorities and citizens.
The seabed block B C D E F, and gas area 1 and 4
The company has an Environmental Monitoring Program to maintain the environment and reduce the impacts. The program is carried out according to the construction phase, operation phase and the completion phase. At each stage, inspection of officials, line ministries, etc. The program monitors the physical, biological, and socio-economic resources.
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In order to minimize exposure, the company conducts a study of the seabed state and informs the project and coordinates with stakeholders. The company uses the Sea Plow Method to embed high performance cable and technology.
The company plans to invest $ 300,000 for 10 years to build and conserve marine biodiversity and $ 200,000 for coastal cleanup and infrastructure construction.
2016
9
Heng Nong (Cambodia) request the royal government for the land concession for 6 488 hectares for the agroindustry plantation to supply the domestic and international market demand. The concession is 50 years duration and located in the Sen Chey district of Preah Vihear province.
26,4 millions USD
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L001-100171990
Mr. LIU JUN
China
No. 35A, St. 328, Sangkat Tumnob Teuk, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh
Completed study
Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries
The project area is located about 23 km from the provincial town of Preah Vihear
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Tasu commune, S'ang commune, Putrea commune
Chey Sen
Preah Vihear
50 years
6,488
Economic land concession
Green Environment Group
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No. N46, St. Rainbow bridge, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chamkar Mon, Phnom Penh
This investment project and EIA are conducted in compliance with 13 regulations related to environmental and natural resources protection: 6 sub-decrees, 2 declarations, 1 decision, 1 circular and 2 national policies.
The cost of planting and processing development is divided into three phases: initial cost on planting, operating cost and fixed cost, with the initial production on a hectare planned for 1002.25 USD for sugarcane and 971.75 USD for acacia plantation.
Develop local infrastructure systems, increase the knowledge and experience to local people involved in sugarcane production. The company has been involved in community development such as construction of wells and donation to Red Cross. The project has a budget of approximately USD 90,000 per year for the implementation of activities aimed at promoting the local livelihood in the region.
Employees and workers who are selected from the company will be trained on technical skills for 3 to 6 months or more, and have the opportunity to study directly at plantations with technical specialists. The total number of staff, technicians and managers are 319 staffs in the first year and will reach 2 058 staffs in the fifth year, and in the 15th year, there will be 2,052 staffs.
The company will prepare a set of measures at all stages of the project to prevent and mitigate negative impacts arising from the project's activities and to ensure effective environmental management of the environment in accordance with technical standards and environmental standards.
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In order to minimize environmental and social impacts, the company must prepare a comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report to submit to the Ministry​ in order to monitor and give comment, keep forestland at least 50 to 100 meters long, solve land disputes and have all kinds of waste management plans in accordance to technical standards.
The company plans to spend an additional ​of USD 25,000 per year on environmental resources and USD 65,000 per year for social
the total amount is approximately USD 4,500,000.
2016
10
KTC Cable was registered in Seoul, South Korea on August 2005 and focus on electric and optical wire production for all telecommunication network. In 2006 this company received the ISO 9001-2008. This company joined the investment with K-water Turben Investment, a Korean company and Sinohydro, a Chinese company to develop a Pursat 1 hydropower with the capacity of 80 Mw and technical advice by Hyundia Engineering.
232 210 000 USD
6-Dec
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Mr. KIM Myung-IL
Korea
Tumnup Kopsrov road, Trapaengpou village, Sangkat Kork Roka, Khan Dangkao, Phnom Penh
Completed study
Ministry of Mines and Energy
The site is approximatly 95,5 Km from Pursat provincial town and 185,22 Km from Khemarak Phumin provincial town of Koh Kong province
Stueng Thmei
Pramaoy
Veal Veng
Pursat
35 year
9,355
Hydropower dam
SAWAC Consultants (Cambodia)Co.,Ltd
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This project has been studied and implemented in​ accordance to 16 legal frameworks, 7 sub-decrees, general guidelines for environmental impact assessment reports, National Policy on Green Growth and the Royal Government's Rectangular Strategy.
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The Stung Pursat hydropower project will provide the electricity to develop all sectors. To the local area, it will construct the road infrastructure and change to a tourism site with a large water reservoir which will be suitable for fishery conservation. The project will build the roads, buildings and offices for the staffs, park and other physical infrastructures.
The company plans to employ the staff during the construction, transmission and substation for 4 years: 400 people (300 Cambodians and 100 foreigners).
Public consultations related to the project were conducted during the ESIA study from February 10 to September 9, 2008 and updated in September 2015 and again from October to November 2017. The public consultation involves officials from ministry staffs, provincial department staffs, Conservation International staffs, Fauna and Flora International staffs, local authorities and citizens.
The project covers a total area of ​​9355 hectares and is located in the permanent reserve forest of 4199.2 hectares (45%), 399.7 hectares (4%) of the Cardamom Mountains of Central Highlands and 4756.1 hectares (51%) of the Phnom Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary, total affected forest area is 6007.24 ha, of which there are 351.62 hectares of community forest. The project will completely eradicate 864.46 hectares of dense forest, 850.25 hectares of semi-dense forest and 4291.5 hectares of deciduous forest.
The company has developed and set up a number of environmental management plans such as monitoring institutions, training programs and monitoring programs to monitor the implementation of environmental protection measures to mitigate and reduce negative environmental impacts to ensure the sustainability of the management of natural and social resources.
The project will build 1226,5 million cubic meters of reservoir extending 8591 hectares and 13 electricity transmission poles requiring 225 square meters of land as part of the infrastructure plan and 30-km road rehabilitation project.
The company has developed and identified a number of important measures to prevent and mitigate negative environmental impacts in order to ensure effective environmental resource management in accordance with technical and environmental standards, and to ensure that the project develops sustainably.
For 35 years, the company has allocated USD 826,400 for social and environmental funds (USD 667,680 for environmental funds and USD 158,800 for social funds). Environmental funds will be used for tree planting, community forest conservation, forestry and fisheries conservation, and social funds will be used in village and commune budgets.
2017
11
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540millions USD
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Mr. Zhu Xu
China
#16, St.592,Boeng Kak Ti Pir, Tuol Kouk, Phnom Penh
Completed study
Ministry of Mines and Energy
Located on the river in Thmor Bang and Koh Kong district, Koh Kong province, about 35 km east of Koh Kong province and about 260 km from Phnom Penh on the National Road 4 and 48.
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Thma Bang
Koh Kong
Koh Kong Province
42
1,330
Hydropower dam
Key Consultants (Cambodia)
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Room no. 684, 6th floor, Building F, Phnom Penh center, Preah Sihanouk Blvd, Khan Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh
Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Royal Decree on the Protection of Natural Areas
Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management
Land Law
Law on Forestry
Law on Fishery
Law on Water Resources Management
Sub-Decree on the Environmental Impact Assessment Process
Sub-Decree on Water Pollution Control
Sub-Decree on Solid Waste Management
Sub-Decree on the Control of Air Pollution and Noise Disturbance
Sub- Sub-Decree on Establishment of Protected Forest Area for Conservation of Forest and Biodiversity in Land Slope of Middle-Cardamom Mountains
Sub-Decree Establishment of Protected Forest for Biodiversity Conservation, Elephant Route Corridor Protection and Bio-wildlife Rehabilitation Center
National Water Resources Policy
The investment project is a build–operate–transfer (BOT) with a total investment of USD 540 million. The sale of carbon credits from the Tatai hydroelectric project to developed countries can get up to USD 3 to 4 million per annum.
The Tatai hydroelectric project will build an access road to the dam and power plant. The project will rehabilitate the graveled road and some infrastructures along the road to Thma Bang district.
The project will employ more than 3200-4100 workers or employees during the four-year construction phase.
The public consultation meeting consisted of two phases during the study of environmental impact assessment. The first phase was on 03 February 2009 in Thma Bang pagoda in Ruessei Chrum commune. There were 59 participants, including 28 women. On 07 April 2009, there were 58 participants, including 38 women at the Eco-tourism office. The second phase was on 15 June 2009 in the meeting room of Koh Kong Provincial Hall. There were 37 participants from local authorities, such as village chief, village deputy, community, police, provincial departments, provincial hall, NGOs, private institutions and representatives from the inter-ministerial and national level.
The project will destroy 3.332,42 ha of forest, of which 2.949,91 ha is permanently lost, and 182,51 ha is temporarily lost. The destroyed forest has 3.015 hectares of evergreen and another 116 hectares of other type of forest.
The project follows an environmental management plan that provides guidance for the inspection, mitigation measures and monitoring to be carried out in the pre-construction, construction and operation stages. Environmental management plan includes institutional arrangement, a summary of mitigation measure, and monitoring program. The mitigation measures and monitoring programs will include the timetable of the responsible institutions and the budget for each job.
The reservoir capacity of Tatai hydroelectric project is 404X106 cubic meters and the surface area is 1330 hectares, and the unworked reservoir capacity is 82x106 cubic meters. The project will renovate Thmor Bang road from the intersection of National Road No. 48 to the entry gate, which is 5,3 kilometers. Constructing a road to the dam site with a length of 9,45 kilometers.
Mitigation measures will be designed to mitigate and will be prepared to minimize the negative impacts identified for each composition in different stages of the project. The agency, responsible for estimating the cost of the impact of the damages, has been prepared and to estimate the cost for the mitigation measure.
The project implementation will provide the economic value to investors as well as Cambodia through reliable power generation of 858 000 000 KWh/year and to be sold to the Electricité du Cambodge at USD0.074/kWh.
2010
12
DELCOM (KAMPUCHEA) PTE. LTD. is Foreign-Cambodian owned corporation (Cambodia-China), registered at the Ministry of Commerce on 08 January 2010. The company received a mining license from the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy for conducting gold mine research under Letter No. 969 as of 01 October 2009. The company plans to invest $ 2.45 million to build gold production system, basic infrastructure and other road constructions.
500,000,000 riels
8-Jan-10
Co.0045KH/2010
Mr. Nhem Thary
Khmer-China
# 26, Street 604, Sangkat Boeung Kok II, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Initial study
Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy
Phnom Daek area, Romtum commune, Rovieng district, Preah Vihear province. The concession can be accessed from Trapeang Totuem village, an intersection from National Road No. 62, about 10 kilometers to Delcom (Kampuchea) PTE. LTD. along the path to Romdeng village.
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Romtum
Rovieng
Preah Vihear
99 years
100
Gold exploration
Green Consultancy Group Co.,Ltd.
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Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resources Management
Land law
Labor Law
Law on the Management and Exploitation of Mineral Resources
Law on Fisheries
The Law on Biosafety
Forestry Law
Law on Water Resources Management in the Kingdom of Cambodia
Sub-decree on environmental impact assessment
Sub-decree on monitoring of pollution of water
Sub-decree on solid waste management
Sub-Decree on the Control of Air Pollution and Noise Disturbance
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The place where DelcoThe place where Delcom (Kampuchea) Pte.Ltd. plans to build factories and residences for mining workers is about 2 hectares. Besides, mine exploration with noise and vibration from machines does not disturb the lives of people living in that area. Once the whole project is fully operated, it will bring significant benefits to social and economic development for both local and national communities.
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On 12 August 2010, a discussion meeting was participated by 12 people from government and private sectors, and representatives of Delcome (Kampuchea) PTE.LTD at Preah Vihear Provincial Hall to present the Initial Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report.
Based on the analysis of the changes of forest cover in the entire concession areas in the past 14 years using the UNDP Dataset in 1992-93, 1996-97 and FA GIS Dataset in 2002 and 2006, the forest cover across the mining concession area have been lost to 90 hectares or equivalent to 90 percent of the total forest cover areas (or evergreen forest).
The mining concession area is small (100 hectares). The ecological resources are dry​ mixed​ deciduous​ forest and semi-degraded. The gold mine exploration and exploitation project is considered to be a medium scale project or Category B. After mining
the company will rehabilitate the land and reforest it (one year require), so the area will again be covered with forest cover.
The project planned to import mining grinding machine with a capacity of milling of 125 microns of mines and capable of breaking 3,000 tons of gold per month. Build office (accommodation of the site director, key staffs, kitchen, pits, mining wells, workshop, storage of generator, storage of chemical substances, storage of explosives, mining wastewater treatment site, and mining transportation system. The company plans to invest 2.45 million dollars in preparing gold productivity system, local infrastructures, and road constructions.
According to project management measures, the project owner is responsible for the environmental management of the project, while the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Energy and the provincial authorities monitor the implementation of the project. The mitigation strategies are reforestation after the site and the mine's pit are closed .Continuity of noise and vibration released by the machinery and hunting through the implementation of some measures surrounding the pits bunker prohibits or strictly instructs the workers and the armed forces employed at there not to hunt for food. Reducing toxic emissions must be installed on all plants. Reduce soil erosion impacts in the extraction stage of extraction of rock and waste disposal etc.
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2011
13
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9144000076384341X8
Mr. Yuan Maozhen
China
# 23, Street 315, Sangkat Beoung kork1, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Initial Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
Ministry of Mine and Energy
The area is approximately 83 km southeast of Koh Kong province and 294 km from Phnom Penh, located in Thma Bang district.
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Thmar Bang
Koh Kong
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The reservoir size is 9 474 hectares that consist of a dam with 36.6 meters high and 2354.5 hectares. The high-voltage transmission line is 103 kilometers.
Hydropower dam
Sawac Consultants for Development
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Law on environmental protection, Labour law, Land law, Law on forestry, Law on water management, Law on water pollution monitoring, Law on solid waste management, Sub decree on environmental impact assessment, Sub decree on social land concession
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The project will provide 617.89 gigawatts of electricity per year, about 82 percent of Cambodia's electricity generation in 2005, which will stabilize the supply of electricity and use it for the development of Cambodia's economy. In addition, it will help prevent floods in the Prek Trapeang Roung area during the rainy season. The project also contributes to the development of local infrastructures and amounts to the national budget.
Recruit up to 1200 people during construction of 4.5 years and 88 staff during the operation.
The consultation with the public takes place over a month. There are participants from the Director of Cabinet of Koh Kong Provincial Hall, departments, district office, commune office, and people from Thma Doun Pov, Chumnoab and Pralay communes, WildAid, Fauna & Flora International, and Conservation International.
Total affected areas are 12,325.37 hectares, including the 3,068 hectares of evergreen forest and 2 624 hectares of local people’s land.
The company has prepared the measure to minimize the negative impacts. For example, the company deploys the standard mechanisms to protect and reduce the oil waste and chemical substance or other solid wastes and equipped with wastewater treatment tools. The company will cooperate with ministries and civil society organization to restore the forest.
The company will spend 5 years on constructing with the labour forces of 1200 people. The company will restore and construct new asphalt roads.
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The company reserves $ 2.55 million for environmental protection during the project's construction and $ 77,000 annually for environmental protection for the 40-year project with a total budget of $ 3.08 million.
2008
14
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$816.23 million
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Mr. Lam Du Son (Vice-president)
Vietnam
Vietnam
Feasible study of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
Ministry of Mine and Energy
The Lower Sesan 2 hydro-electric power project is located on the Sesan river in four communes in the Sesan district. It is approximately 1.5km downstream of the Sesan and Srepok rivers, and about 25km upstream of Stung Treng province.
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Pluk
Srekor
Talat
Kbal Romeas
Sesan
Stung Treng
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The reservoir with storage capacity of 1.79 billion cubic meters and flooded area of 335 square Km when the water level in the reservoir reaches 75m.
Big scale hydropower plant
Power Engineering Consulting Joint Stock Company
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Km9+200, Nguyen Trai, Thanh xuan, Hanoi, Vietnam Tel: (84) 042148006, Fax: (84) 048541208
Constitution, Law on environmental protection and natural resources managment, Royal decree on natural protected areas, Sub degree on environmental impact assessment process, Sub-degree on water pollution control, Sub-decree on solid waste management, Land law, Forestry law, Law of water resources management, National water resources policy, Mekong agreement and procedural rules,
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The project will provide a sustainable power supply, construct new access roads to the project site, provide job to Cambodian workers, rehabilitate infrastructures roads, culverts, bridges, and other infrastructure to increase the potential value of the ecotourism. The project will create income for the local and national people due to the provision of a job in the construction and operation stages. The output through an annual energy production of 1953.9 GWh will give a positive impact on the economic development of Cambodia.
The project will need a workforce of 1300 people during the four years of the construction period.
The public was consulted three times about the dam proposal during the preparation of the EIA. The first time was a public meeting with the 5 most affected communes held by KCC in early February 2008. The second time was held by PECC during April 2008, and the third consultant was on May 2008 with the representative of the government, NGOs, private sector and community.
The dam will cause a flood of 335 square kilometers, including 40-60 cubic meters of inundations across the Sesan and Srepok riverside, and floods four villages and partially floods in three villages.
The environmental management plan consists of institutional arrangements, a summary of mitigation measures, and monitoring programs. The mitigation measure and monitoring programs will include the frequency schedule institution and budget.
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The study team used the environmental checklist in the EIA guideline of ADB 2003 for Hydropower projects. The mitigation measures for each impact are designed to reduce the impacts as much as possible. Each environmental impact is described followed by recommended mitigation measures for the different project phases: pre-construction, construction, and operation.
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2008
15
HLH Agriculture (Cambodia) Co.,Ltd. is a limited liability individual enterprise. The company is registered with the Ministry of Commerce with an initial registered capital of KHR 20,000,000. The company plans to invest USD 40,000,000 to cover the initial planting (civil construction, procurement, production and business operations) during the first 10 years of the development of the agro-industry farm.
KHR 20,000,000
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Ong Bee Huat
Singapore
No. P17, Pleasure Road, Sangkat Sras Chak, Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia
Completed study
Ministry of Environment
It is located in the village of Trapeang Chor and Sangke Satob commune, Oral district, Kampong Speu province. The concession can be accessed from Dambong Vinh Village, Chrok Teak Village, Chumnob and Trang Pongro Village, which is located 3-5km east of the concession, on the road to the Dambong Vinh village in Kampong Speu province with difficult road condition to travel.
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Trapeang Chor and Sangke Satob
Oral
Kampong Speu
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9985ha
Agro-industry development (corn)
Green Consultancy Firm
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Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management, Sub-decree on Environmental Impact Assessment, Sub-decree on Water Pollution Control, Sub-decree on Solid Waste Management, Land Law, Law on Water Resources Management in the Kingdom Cambodia
Capital to be invested in agro-industrial projects, corn industry, and processing costs for the first 10 years of 2009-2018 are estimated to cost a total of USD 49,900,410. The total cost of operating the project is USD 36,712,400, which includes labor costs, planting, crop maintenance, harvesting, transportation, processing costs and renewal costs. The initial planting budget is set to be approximately USD 8,718,570 and USD 4,469,440 for non-tax fixed costs. Net Income / Profit is estimated to be in the 10th year of USD 430,976. In the 11th year, net profit is about USD 3.38, and in the 12th year it is about USD 4.54 million and USD 7.99 million in revenue in the 20th year.
Impacts on the environment (medium to long term): Pre-clearing operations, cultivation and harvesting operations. Social Impact (short and medium term): Will impact the livelihood of people in Sangke Satob commune and Trapeang Chor commune, Oral district, Kampong Speu province by losing access to the forest products they have previously received from natural resource in the area that would have to be invested by a company. In particular, they lost the ranch (cow - buffalo pasture) and will affect the community forest land on which they have always depended.
The project will need a workforce of 1,062 people during the first year and increase to 1,777 people in the fifth year. From sixth to tenth year, the company plans to recruit 1,705-1,905 staffs.
Public consultation with provincial, district, commune, village, and other related community.The members who participated in the consultation were the Governor of Kampong Speu, the Deputy Governor, the Secretary General, the Deputy Chief, the Deputy Chief of the Cabinet, the Director of the Department of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, the Provincial Department of Environment, the Deputy Director of the Provincial Agriculture Department. Oul district deputy governor, Oral office and 26 commune chiefs on October 26 and November 16, 2009. The Green consultancy firm team also visited Sangke Satob Commune and Trapeang Chor Commune for discussion and consultation with village chiefs, village development council members and community members living in the project area on 24-31 months. In October 2009, there were 313 attendees.
The 9,985 hectares of agro-industrial plantation (corn) is located in the sustainable use area of ​​Phnom Oral Wildlife Sanctuary, Kampong Speu Province. On the site of the concession, there were villagers who did not require their resettlement and evicted them.
According to the management measures mentioned in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report and the environmental management plan for agro-industrial development - corn and other crops - the project owner is responsible for managing the project's environment. Whereas the Ministry of Environment and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Technical Working Group of the Secretariat of Economic Land Concessions), the authorities directly monitor and evaluate the implementation of project owners.
(1)Providing clean water to the community (2)The company plans to repair and build road in rural area with a plan of at least 1500-2000m/year within 5 years to facilitate travel and transport (3)Local school construction and renovation project provides many opportunities for students to get full education (4)Establishment of village health posts for the purpose of improving the health of the whole community (5)Build ponds and local irrigation systems for farmers to use to ensure maximum agricultural production.
The company uses the Emergency Environmental Assessment Chart (RFA-Rapid Environmental Assessment Checklist - Environmental Assessment Guideline, ADB-2003). The evaluation emphasizes a number of issues: (1) physical resources, (2) ecological resources (cover and density of forests, wildlife trade value), (3) social resources, (4) health, employment and safety plans, (5) regional impacts (6) Cumulative Impact (7) Additional Impacts Assessment Requirement. As the ecological resources in the concession area are severely degraded and the corn crop development project has high economic potential, this project is considered as a low-risk multidimensional Category C project.
The total budget planned for the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan during the first phase of development project is USD 669,550.00. The budget shall be used for: (1) implementation of the Environmental Management Plan
(2) monitoring and evaluating the implementation of the Environmental Management Plan. The plan contributes to the development of the company's local community, totaling USD 34,400, improving access to public services.
2009
16
C.H.D is one of the largest Chinese companies in the world working on saving and conserving water resources to generate electricity. The company is a joint venture of three Chinese companies namely China Datang Corporation, China Yunnan Corporation for International Techno-Economic Cooporation (CYC), and Yunnan Fortune Seecome Investment Industrial Co.,Ltd.​ on Stung Atay hydropower plant investment project.
USD 246,885,600
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Chinese
Company headquarters: # 15, Street 604, Sangkat Boeng Kak II, Khan Toul Kork, Phnom Penh
Completed study
Ministry of Mine and Energy
The area where the company will be developing hydropower is located in O'Som commune, Veal Veng district, 86 kilometers southwest of Koh Kong province, and about 168 kilometers from the company's office at the second dam, southwest from Pursat town.
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O'Som
Veal Veng
Pursat
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5,098.67 ha
Stung Atay hydropower on Build Operation and Transver (BOT) basis
SAWAC Consultants for Development
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Law on Environmental Protection and Natural Resource Management 1996, Labor Law 1997, Land Law 2001, Forest Law 2002, Fisheries Law 2006, Protected Areas Law 2007, Protected Areas 2007, Sub-decree on Water Pollution Control 1999, Sub-decree on Solid Waste Management 1999, Sub-decree on the Process of Assessment Environmental Impact Assessment 1999, Sub-decree on Social Land Concessions 2003.
Profiting from the project, the company has restored the old road and the new construction, including a gravel pavement with an average width of 7m. The company will restore Chhay Pruy waterfall area to create a tourist attraction in the future. People will get cheap electricity. Reduced deforestation by people changing their habit of using firewood for electricity. The environmental restoration of BOT project of the Atay hydropower project is USD 3,091,250 in total for the four-year construction phase and for the five-year post-construction phase.
Reducing CO2 which increases global warming and air pollution. In most provinces, counties and communes as well as in most transit projects, the use of electricity from fossil fuels and coal which releases carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) which are sources of greenhouse gas that warm the earth and also pollute air quality which concerns the world. Thus, once the project is completed, the operation and maintenance will be mitigated in large parts. Power supply and economic development, land use / land value and tourism and job offers and livelihoods.
The company plans to recruit staffs and workers. The company gives priority to people living near the project area. During the four-year construction period, there are about 900 people including 500 local residents and 400 Chinese workers. There were 52 workers for the construction of the transmission line from the two power plants to O'Som sub-station, including 4 local residents and 12 Chinese workers. During the 30 years of operation and maintenance, the company recruits 30 people including 19 Cambodian staffs and 11 Chinese staffs and workers. The company plans to recruit 2 Cambodians and 9 Chinese as staffs to manage transmission line from the power tower of Dam 1 to O'Som sub-station. The company plans to recruit 11 people, 2 Cambodian and 9 Chinese as staffs to manage transmission line from power plant of the second dam to O'Som sub-station.
The SAWAC Working Group for Research and Consultation has undertaken consultations with the following authorities and relevant agencies namely Pursat provincial governor, CI and FFI, district governors of Veal Veng, Phnom Kravanh and Sampov Meas district, deputy director of the Pursat provincial environment department, village chief involved in the project, director of Pursat provincial department of land management, urban planning and construction, director of Pursat provincial department of water resources and meteorology, director of Pursat rovincial department of agriculture and the people affected by the project. The public consultation and discussion with relevant stakeholders were conducted 2 times. The first one was conducted during IESIA study for 48 days, and the second one was from 15 July until 30 August 2011.
The forest cover in the project area is 4,675.17 hectares, including 4187.81 hectares of affected forest land and 487.36 hectares is unaffected forest. The total area of ​​423.5 hectares is non forest (farmland, residential land, graveyard, bourgeois soil, streams, streams, lakes, and grasslands).
Overseeing the implementation of the environmental management plan of the company is the responsibility of the coalition of the relevant ministries and departments, which will be developed by the project owner together with the Ministry of Environment. This Environmental Protection and Monitoring Team is under the supervision of the Ministry of Environment.
CHD (Cambodia) Hydropower Development Co., Ltd, is a limited liability company for the hydropower project, composed of three main projects (divided by the SAWAC team): (1) the first and second basins
(2) Hydropower infrastructure ( access roads, dam1 and 2, 1 and 2 power complexes), worker camps, warehouses, workshops, office buildings, concrete mills, stone quarries, underground tunnels, and boat ports) (3) 115 kv high voltage transmission line from the first and second power stations.
In this environmental and social impact assessment process, the SAWAC team used the checklist for the hydropower project (ADB website guidelines) to assist in the study and evaluation of key areas. In addition, the Ministry of Environment's checklist also identifies the environmental, physical and socioeconomic impacts and selects the minimum, medium and severe environmental impact assessments. Minimize these effects to a minimum.
The cost of environmental restoration is USD 3,091,250.00 for 6 months. USD 1,977,248.00 for water and land conservation, USD 35,200.00 for environmental protection, USD 545,200.00 for wildlife protection, USD 40,000.00 for wildlife rehabilitation, USD 66,400.00 for health protection, USD 50,000 in environmental education, USD 100,000.00 in consulting fees and USD 130,000 for construction and relocation costs .
2011