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Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline: OEPP under heavy fire for EIA approval

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8 December 2001

Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline: OEPP under heavy fire for EIA approval

Author: Anchalee Kongrut, Bangkok Post

Opinion of expert panel disregarded: The Office of the Environmental Policy and Planning is under heavy fire for handing its approval to the eight-times rejected environmental impact assessment study of the Thai-Malaysian gas pipeline project...The project is a joint venture between the Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT) and Petronas, its Malaysian counterpart.

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7 December 2001

Thai-Malaysian Pipeline: Board will not back social impact study

Author: Anchalee Kongrut, Bangkok Post

Concerns it may fuel community mistrust: The National Environment Board will not endorse the environmental impact assessment for the Thai-Malaysian gas pipeline for fear it could deepen social conflict and provoke a legal backlash.

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