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Guidelines for an environmental impact assessment - EIA - process: initial environmental evaluation for oil and gas exploration and production

By: Asociación Regional de Empresas de Petróleo y Gas Natural en Latinoamérica y el Caribe (ARPEL).
Publisher: [Calgary]: ARPEL, 1993Description: 77 p.Subject(s): Auditoría Ambiental | Petróleo | Gas Natural | Industria del PetróleoDDC classification: 333.72
Contents:
Environmental impact assessment is widely recognized in many parts of the world as an important tool for integrating environmental considerations into the planning process for all forms of industry and government development projects. The purpose of these guidelines is to present a set of recommended procedures for the integration of environmental and social considerations into the overall planning process for hydrocarbon exploration and developments projects.
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Environmental impact assessment is widely recognized in many parts of the world as an important tool for integrating environmental considerations into the planning process for all forms of industry and government development projects. The purpose of these guidelines is to present a set of recommended procedures for the integration of environmental and social considerations into the overall planning process for hydrocarbon exploration and developments projects.

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