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Nigeria - Electricity and Gas Improvement Project : environmental and social impact assessment (English)

The development objectives of the Electricity and Gas Improvement Project for Nigeria are to: (i) improve the availability and reliability of gas supply to increase power generation in existing public sector power plants; and (ii) improve the power networks capacity and efficiency to transmit and distribute quality electricity to the consumers. Some of the negative impacts and mitigation measures include: i) encroachment, damage to historically or culturally significant areas; ii) air pollution due to elevated levels of dust and gaseous emissions; iii) elevated noise and vibration levels that could cause nuisance and damage to properties; iv) improper handling of wastes could cause odor, vermin problems, pollution and obstruction of nearby water courses; v) pollution and safety risks due to use of hazardous materials and disposal of hazardous wastes; vi) damage to community utilities such as water supply pipes, irrigation canals, drainage, etc.may occur during construction activities; vii) traffic disruption and obstruction of access to roadside properties; viii) health and safety risks to workers and the public

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  • Author

    Medani,Ogochukwu Joy

  • Document Date

    2016/01/01

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    SFG1730

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    5

  • Country

    Nigeria,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2016/01/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nigeria - Electricity and Gas Improvement Project : environmental and social impact assessment

  • Keywords

    federal government of nigeria;Integrated Environmental and Social Impact Assessment;Occupational health and safety;oil and gas company;discharge of hazardous substance;sources of water;Environmental and Social Safeguard;alternative sources of energy;operation and maintenance cost;gas fired power plant;gas power plant;gas-fired power plant;export credit agencies;private sector involvement;corporate social responsibility;transfer power;planning and design;emergency response procedure;gas turbine technology;ecological impact prediction;electricity generation capacity;level of compliance;secondary data;household waste disposal;source of energy;analysis of alternatives;water sample analysis;Environmental Management Plan;place of work;public consultation;contamination of soil;air quality data;ground water resource;electric power generation;global positioning system;transmission and distribution;storage of waste;electricity transmission grid;emissions to air;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;private sector ownership;electricity power plant;cycle gas turbine;international standards organization;power generation market;contaminant in water;wastewater treatment facility;water cooling system;domestic water consumption;electricity generating plant;water storage facility;availability of power;private sector participant;letter of intent;air intake system;law and regulation;air quality impact;treatment of effluent;construction and operation;Oil & Gas;radiation protection act;operations and maintenance;gas leak;mitigation measure;high concentration;

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Citation

Medani,Ogochukwu Joy

Nigeria - Electricity and Gas Improvement Project : environmental and social impact assessment (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/628691468122974574/Nigeria-Electricity-and-Gas-Improvement-Project-environmental-and-social-impact-assessment