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Progress against Plan

 
Plan 2017 Targets 2017 Accomplishments ​2018 target
Control, monitor  and verify the implementation of environmental standards Control, monitor, and verify the implementation of environmental standards of  all projects  that are under construction phase (100%) Control, monitor, and verify the implementation of environmental standards of all projects  that are under construction phase (100%) Control, monitor, and verify the implementation of environmental standards of all projects  that are under construction phase (100%)
Publish project information to create stakeholder confidence in  project ​Achieve project acknowledgement and project acceptance of more than 60% from respondents surveyed during the EIA study ​Achieved project acknowledgement by 81.3 % and project acceptance by 85.5% from respondents surveyed during EIA study Achieve project acknowledgement and project acceptance of more than 60% from respondents surveyed during the EIA study

 

Capital project management is embedded in every phase of a project to manage social, environmental and health impacts (non-technical risks), and ensure PTT's license-to-operate, preventing net-present-value erosion for all capital projects.

 

Management Approach

  • Comply with relevant laws and regulations; effectively manage cost control and project schedule as planned.
  • Define preventive and mitigation measures to manage social and environmental concerns from communities, and regularly engage with communities to reduce concerns from the operation.

 

Critical Path

The ultimate goal of a project operation is to complete it within the designated timeframe and budget with quality and  conforming to related laws and regulations. PTT, therefore on the critical path to reduce the risk of project development within control as much as possible

 

Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment

The goal of project management is to carry out a project within the designated timeframe while obtaining acceptance from the public. In the case of any impact from project implementation or any complaints received, a monitoring process will begin within 24 hours to mitigate such impacts to manageable levels. In addition, a related department will be contacted to monitor and respond to any issues as soon as possible.

​Number of Development Projects
Managing Social Impacts Number of Projects in 2017
Total number of projects
3
Number of projects with community consultations ​ 3
% of development projects with community consultations to total number of projects ​100
% of acknowledgement 81.3 (Target 60%)​
% of project acceptance ​85.5 (Target 60%)
Current Production Assets
Managing Social Impacts Number of Projects in 2017
Number of current production assets 34
Number of production assets with community consultations 34
% of current production assets with community consultations 100


 Remark:  Total number of development projects and current production assets was derived from project sites with Community Engagement Surveys. 

 

Average Community Acknowledgement and Project Acceptance​ ​
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In 2016, PTT continued its construction of the Nakhon Ratchasima on-shore natural gas pipeline, the 5th natural gas transmission pipeline, and  the on-shore natural gas project route 6th the Block Valve Station Ratchaburi – Wang Noi. The details of progress are as follows:

 

Nakhon Ratchasima on-shore natural gas pipeline Project

PTT is currently undergoing Phase 2 of the construction process for the onshore gas transmission pipeline, where public participation has been conducted in adherence to the Regulations of the Office of the Prime Minister B.E. 2548 and requirements on community grievances as stipulated in the EIA. The project target is to ensure project implementation without resistance or opposition from communities surrounding the operations, and that the delivery of natural gas to customers proceeds according to plan. The Community Engagement Score for this project is at 4.00 out of 5.00. Completion of the phase 2 is expected in 4th quarter of 2018.

 

On-shore natural gas route the Block Valve Station Ratchaburi – 6th Wang Noi project

The project’s route has started from the Block Valve Station Ratchaburi – 6th Wang Noi, Sai Noi district, Nonthaburi province until the 10th Block Valve Station of western on-shore natural gas system, Chom Bueng district, Ratchaburi Province that obtains the natural gas from Yadana source, Republic of the Union of Myanmar. The natural gas pipeline route will cross four provinces, including Nonthaburi, Nakhon Pathom, Ratchaburi, and Kanchanaburi with a total length of approximately119 kilometers. The Environmental Impact Assessment report of this project has been completed and presented to the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) for consideration. The EIA report was approved by the EIA expert on 4th May 2017 and National Environmental Board Committee on 6th July 2017. The contraction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2018 and to be completed by 2020. The Community Engagement Score for this project is at 4.00 out of 5.00.

 

Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline No. 5 Project

The Environmental Impact Assessment report of this project has been completed and presented to the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) for consideration. The EIA report was approved by the EIA expert on 27th June 2017 and National Environmental Board Committee on 6th September 2017. The contraction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2018 and to be completed by 2020. The Community Engagement Score for this project is at 3.54 out of 5.00.

  • Every project is required social, environmental and/or health impact assessment (ESHIA).
  • Every project is required to conduct public consultation at least 2 times per project site.
  • Every project is required to implement an environmental monitoring program.

 

PTT Eco-industrial Zone Development

In 2012, PTT launched the development of an eco-industrial zone in the Asia Industrial Estate under the name, PTT WEcoZi (PTT Wanarom Eco Zone Industries). The aim of the project was to be a prototype eco-industry that contributes to building PTT Group’s competitive advantage in the long-term, while simultaneously providing social benefits through job creation and increased engagement with surrounding communities. On 28 January 2015, PTT WEcoZi officially opened, complete with a Green Office Building, Industrial Water Production Plant, and a learning center for the PTT Group Rayong Wanarom Ecoforest.

During 2015, PTT committed to developing the WEcoZi as a prototype industrial zone by adhering to the 5 dimensions and 22 aspects of eco-industry development laid out by the Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand – ultimately receiving certification as the first eco-industrial zone at the Eco Champion Level in Thailand. Furthermore, WEcoZi received the ISO 14001 certification on environmental management from the Management System Certification Institute of Thailand (MASCI). Building upon the success of the PTT Group Rayong Wanarom Ecoforest, PTT participated in the Thailand Voluntary Emission Reduction Program (T-VER) as part of the organization’s efforts to combatting global warming, becoming the first forest area located in an eco-industrial zone that received certification with T-VER. Presently, the PTT Rayong Wanarom Ecoforest is able to absorb more than 1,290 tons of carbon dioxide and release over 1,032 tons of oxygen back to the environment, sufficient for 3,870 people in Rayong each year.

The PTTWEcoZi project focuses on management according to the Green Roadmap in order to create shared, sustainable benefits for communities. By focusing on enhancing qualities of life, developing jobs, and supporting learning centers and sharing of knowledge and experiences between PTT Group and surrounding communities, the project will foster the growth of Rayong Province as a full-fledged eco-industrial city, where industry and communities can live in harmony amidst the balance of the economy, society, and environment.