Presentation on theme: "Regional Framework on EI Governance in ASEAN: An opportunity for reform in Cambodia by Kim Natacha Executive Director, Cambodians for Resource Revenue."— Presentation transcript:
Regional Framework on EI Governance in ASEAN: An opportunity for reform in Cambodia by Kim Natacha Executive Director, Cambodians for Resource Revenue Transparency (CRRT) Launching event of the Regional Framework on Extractive Industries Governance Nov 28, 2014 Le Ritz Carlton, Jakarta, Indonesia 1
OVERVIEW OF PETROLEUM AND MINING DEVELOPMENT IN CAMBODIA Introduction 2
3 On-shore and Off-shore Blocks Block XVII JOGMEC Block XV Petrovietnam Area III TOTAL Block XII Medco & JHL Petroleum
4 Mineral Resources Source: General Department of Mineral Resources, Department of Geology, Mapping office
5 Mining Licenses 24,000 square kilometers have been granted under exploration mining licenses Source: General Department of Mineral Resources Metallic minerals: Gold, iron, bauxite, copper Non-metallic industrial minerals: clay, limestone, fluorite Gemstones: Ruby, sapphire, amethyst Solid fuel minerals: Coal, peat Construction materials: granite, sandstone, gravel
9 Publish a recognition statement of the framework to ASEAN member countries Should have consultation at subnational level. Submit a joint statement to ASEAN Include Cambodian youths to participate in APF and other events to advocate for the framework Call for concrete steps for action National Consultation (NGO, Governments, Private sector, affected communities and other relevant parties ) Publish and disseminate widely of a study of extractive industries from each country Regional Consultation Advocate to put the framework into the National Strategic Development Plan.
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