WorleyParsons is successfully coordinating the execution of the 43 programs for Norte Energia, including:
- Resettlement plan
- Urban and rural infrastructure recovery plan
- Support for leisure and tourism activities
- Environmental education program
- Support program for neighboring communities and the family subsistence production
- Public health plan
- Social compensation
- Support for commercial activities and services affected, beyond others
From 2005 through 2010 WorleyParsons played a significant role in the overall project approval. WorleyParsons managed the review of Inventory Studies, the Integrated Environmental Assessment of the Xingu river basin, an Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA), Social Communication Plan and Indigenous People Studies, which all met the requirements of several Brazilian Agencies such as, IBAMA and FUNAI, Environmental Agency and Indigenous People Agency, respectively.
Between 2010 and 2011, WorleyParsons supported Norte Energia to gain an Installation License. The contract included detailing the social and economic mitigation programs envisaged in the Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA), and provided elements that made the installation of the construction site and supporting infrastructure possible.
Since 2011 WorleyParsons has been coordinating and deploying 43 environmental socio-economic plans to overcome the environmental and community challenges Norte Energia has faced during development.
Our ongoing engagement in the Belo Monte project is a testament to the skill and capability of our team and the value that has been provided to the customer, environment and community over the last 8 years.