Pearl Petroleum plans to expand its existing gas facility at Khor Mor in the governorate of Sulaymaniyah in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The Khor Mor 250A (KM250A) Project will increase production of gas and liquid products to contribute further to the region’s energy supply and will be completed within the existing site boundaries and not expected to have any major impact on nearby communities.
Pearl Petroleum engaged international environmental consultants RSK to prepare an environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) for the KM250A Project in line with international standards and guidelines (see above). A paper copy of the KM250A ESIA report may also be found at key site locations upon request.
The ESIA considers the potential impacts of the expansion and suggests measures to enhance its benefits and mitigate any negative impacts. A public disclosure period began on the report began on Thursday 14 May 2020 and will continue for a period of 60 days, ending on Monday 13 July 2020. RSK and Pearl Petroleum will update the ESIA report to provide a response to all comments received. The final ESIA will then be posted on this website.
Please direct all questions and comments related to the KM250A ESIA report to the following addresses:
Email: Stuart Harrower, Corporate Head of HSSE at Crescent Petroleum on email@example.com