Electricity Generating Public Company
Headquarters in Thailand
Electricity Generating Public Company website: www.egco.com
Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is a major shareholder of EGCO
Author: Genocide Intervention Network
The Peer Performance Analysis examines the historical performance of companies identified by SDTF as “Highest Offenders” in Sudan, as compared to the historical and forecasted performance of each company’s peer group. [companies examined: Petrochina,...
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Author: Jean-Michel Bezat, Le Monde
"Ici, c'est un laboratoire", résume Jean Foerster, ancien expert de la Banque mondiale, qui dirige le projet social et environnemental [du barrage Nam Theun 2]… Un "laboratoire" où se jouent la crédibilité de la Banque et l'avenir des grands barrages...
Author: Jonathan Kent, Newsweek
Dam projects in poor countries tend to wreak havoc on the communities they displace. But the $1.4 billion Nam Theun 2 dam in central Laos is a different story [consortium owned by EDF Intl. (part of Electricité de France), Electricity Generating Public...
Author: Carbon Disclosure Project, ASrIA, Trucost
In 2006, CDP [Carbon Disclosure Project] extended [its] information request to over 2000 companies in total, which included 125 from Asia excluding Japan... Overall, only 26% of the companies responded to the information request...The mixed response...
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Nine international and seven Thai banks have signed a pact to lend a combined $1 billion to build the controversial Nam Theun 2 hydroelectric dam in Laos, the project's operator [Nam Theun 2 Power Co. (NTPC)] said on Wednesday...Nine international...
Author: Emad Mekay, Inter Press Service
A new dam funded by the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and hailed as a windfall for Laos may end up doing more harm than good to one of the world's poorest nations and its vulnerable farmers, several independent development groups say....