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Cameroon - Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    1999/06/23

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PID7288

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Cameroon,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    Cameroon - Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Safeguard;petroleum revenue management law;package sewage treatment plant;worker health and safety;private sector development strategy;expenditures in priority sectors;Electricity and Water Utility;loss of vegetative cover;Environmental Management Plan;private sector sponsor;oil spill response;impacts on biodiversity;internationally accepted standards;Full Environmental Assessment;interest during construction;expenditure health;international financial institution;export credit agencies;gnp per capita;public expenditure program;revenue management program;international capital market;country of origin;Public Administration Reform;education and health;barrels per day;construction and operation;barrel of oil;corporate income tax;impact on waterway;salaries and wages;roads and water;loss of forest;social sector investment;trade union representative;public health concern;types of income;allocation of revenue;number of jobs;agriculture and livestock;demand for food;terms of trade;child mortality rate;information and communication;amount of land;appropriation of funds;annual oil revenue;allocation of oil;Cultural Heritage Protection;local commercial bank;school enrollment rate;allocation of resource;natural resource development;poverty alleviation expenditure;per capita income;environmental management system;economic reform program;balance of payment;private sector ownership;forestry resource management;significant adverse impact;bank's country assistance;emergency medical technician;structural adjustment operation;tropical rain forest;safety of worker;foreign direct investment;Public Expenditure Management;requests for disbursement;Sexually Transmitted Disease;poverty reduction activity;spread of hiv;development of capacity;resettlement of people;bank for review;financial sector reform;conflict resolution mechanism;exchange rate adjustment;real exchange rate;provision of food;special account;pipeline company;oil field;project sponsor;private sponsor;oil company;oil companies;state budget;marine terminal;savings account;additional revenue;pipeline route;construction activities;compensation plan;private investment;project costing;indigenous people;Indigenous Peoples;social impact;sound management;pipeline construction;resettlement plan;government revenue;cultural property;natural habitat;civil works;public consultation;marine facilities;alternative route;oil leaks;sacred sites;construction phase;fiscal revenue;minority interest;health issue;fiscal crisis;social affairs;escrow account;international waterway;coastal forest;Macroeconomic Stability;water resource;tropical forest;pipeline alignment;community compensation;privatization program;physical environment;agricultural activity;petroleum sector;leak detection;septic system;mitigation plans;national interest;government expenditure;petroleum reserve;induced impacts;forest zone;mangrove areas;shallow depth;environmental enhancement;construction camp;local public;international standard;project operation;care facility;peak transport;field observation;local market;coastal area;inflationary pressure;cultural features;fundamental problem;economic stabilization;medical service;Population Displacement;soil erosion;cultural site;environmental suitability;local input;oversight committee;government commitment;medical treatment;improved health;sanitation conditions;private program;offshore facilities;transport cost;Macroeconomic Management;primary surplus;adequate capacity;tax revenue;emergency response;emergency shutdown;construction period;pastoral group;engineering standard;banking sector;affected communities;common problems;safety training;health screening;social scientist;construction specification;agricultural productivity;transhumant pastoralists;curative intervention;social consequence;land acquisition;literature review;reporting requirement;nomadic pastoralist;local communication;forest dweller;reducing transaction;performance criteria;resident population

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Citation

Cameroon - Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/411341468743160422/Cameroon-Petroleum-Development-and-Pipeline-Project