Environmental Compliance Monitoring - Chad/Cameroon Project
D’Appolonia was retained by a pipeline development consortium comprising Exxon Mobil, Petronas of Malaysia, and Chevron Texaco to perform environmental audits of construction of a petroleum pipeling extend from Chad through Cameroon to the Altantic Ocean. In this role we acted as independent environmental auditor for all project activities. The audit team addressed issues pertaining to socioeconomics, wildlife management, cultural resource management, environmental management and personal health and safety.
Compliance Monitoring for BTC Pipeline and ACG Phase I Projects
D’Appolonia was retained as the Independent Environmental Consultant (IEC) for the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline Project (BTC Project) and for the Azeri, Chirag and the Deepwater Gunashli Phase 1 Project (Phase 1 Project) by a Lender Group that included the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. D’Appolonia has been responsible for advising and assisting the Lender Group with environmental compliance monitoring issues during construction of the two projects.
Evaluation of Hydroelectric Project in Argentina
As part of an economic privatization plan, the government of Argentina solicited public bids for studies of the Piedra del Aguila Hydroelectric Project. D’Appolonia was retained by Duke Engineering & Services (DE&S) to perform an environmental evaluation of the facility. The evaluation included review of documentation, study of applicable environmental regulations, identification of environmental issues, preparation of technical recommendations, and projection of capital and operation and maintenance costs for a 20-year period.
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