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Progress against Plan

 
Plan 2018 Targets 2018 Accomplishments ​2018 target
Control, monitor  and verify the implementation of environmental standards Control, monitor, and verify the implementation of environmental standards of all projects under construction phase (100%) 100% 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/ER study ​82.54 60

 

Remark: Environmental Impact Assessment Report (EIA) is presented to the Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning for consideration. Environment Report is presented to the Department of Energy Business for consideration.

 

Capital project management is embedded in every phase of a project to manage social, environmental and health impacts (non-technical risks). Thus, building confidence and gaining acceptance from stakeholders resulting in a continuous business development that is also sustainable.

 

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.

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

 

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. Additionally, relevant departments will be immediately contacted to monitor and address any issues as soon as possible

Number of Development Projects
Managing Social Impacts Number of Projects in 2018
Total number of projects
3
Number of projects with community consultations  ​ 3
% of development projects with community consultations to total number of projects ​100
Current Production Assets
Managing Social Impacts  Number of Projects in 2018
Number of current production assets 37
% of current production assets with community consultations 37
% of current production assets with community consultations to total number of projects 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 2018, PTT completed Phase 2 of the Nakhon Ratchasima on-shore natural gas pipeline project according to the plan for the 4th quarter. Currently, the project is testing safety systems for Onshore Gas Transmission Pipeline No.5 and Onshore Gas Transmission Pipeline No.6 Ratchaburi Gas Controlling Station – Wang Noi (RA #6). Details of the operation are as follows.

 

Onshore Gas Transmission Pipeline Nakhon Ratchasima – Phase 2

PTT finished executing Phase 2 of the Nakon Ratchasima on-shore natural gas pipeline according to the planned target for the 4th quarter of 2018. Currently, the project is testing required safety systems. Natural gas will be distributed to customers as planned. Nonetheless, Community Engagement Score for this project is in the “good” level with an average score of 4.00 from 5.00.

 

Onshore Gas Transmission Pipeline No.6 Ratchaburi Gas Controlling Station – Wang Noi (RA #6)

For the Onshore Gas Transmission Pipeline No.6 Ratchaburi Gas Controlling Station – Wang Noi (RA #6), this project’s Environmental Impact Assessment report 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. Construction work for the pipeline initiated in September 2017 and is expected to be completed by 2020. The Community Engagement Score for this project is in the “good” level with an average score of 3.97 from the target of 3.50.

 

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. Construction started since January 2018 and is expected to be completed by 2021. The Community Engagement Score for this project is in the “good” level with an average score of 3.89 from the target of 3.50

  • Every project has completed the environmental, social and health impact assessment (ESHIA).
  • Every project has conducted the public consultation at least 2 times per project site.
  • Every project has implemented environmental monitoring programs; Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Environmental Reporting (ER).

 

Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation (EECi) at Wangchan Valley

The Wangchan Valley Development Project for the Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation was initiated to create a new an appropriate innovative platform for the Eastern Economic Corridor. Hence, helping to promote research and innovations between local authorities, private sectors, universities and communities in the local area. Directly resulting in an elevation of existing industries, creating opportunities for new industries and increasing the well-being of communities in the local area through technology and innovation. Ultimately, leading the country to becoming an innovative country. Committees of the Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation favored the proposal of setting 528.3 hectares of land around PTT’s Wangchan Valley, Wangchan Sub-district in Rayong Province in becoming “ Development Zone: Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation”. Whereby the National Science and Technology Development Agency under the Ministry of Science and Technology signed the agreement with PTT in planning and managing the EECi at Wangchan Valley on the 15th December 2017.

Consequently, in 2018, PTT organized PTT Group’s first Preliminary Strategic Environmental Assessment (Preliminary SEA) to develop and enhance the EECi project. This is achieved by setting out a master plan to analyze the carrying capacity for pollutants for targeted projects and industries that should be supported in the Newly Area-based Development project. The master plan outlines operation limitations as well as the engagement process used for listening to community’s concerns at all stages of the study. Additionally, the plan offers options and frameworks for mitigating and monitoring impacts resulting from the economy, society and environment. With the aim to sustainably develop fundamental capabilities, identify boundaries of the area and manage natural resources accordingly. Hence, the plan allows for the mentioned information to be integrated with the Strategic Environmental Assessment in which the local authorities are required to operate in line with the 2018-2021 Eastern Economic Corridor of Innovation’s Environmental Plan. In addition to the related Environmental Impact Assessment for projects that will be developed in the future.