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KAZAKHSTAN NORTH-SOUTH ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION PROJECT (PHASE II)
ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

INTRODUCTION


The Government of Kazakhstan authorized the Kazakhstan Grid Operating Company (KEGOC) to implement the North-South Electricity Transmission Project. The North-South project is to be implemented over a five-year period and entails construction of 1,115 km of overhead transmission line and extension/modernization of four high voltage substations. The project will be carried out in three phases: Phase I (YukGRES-Shu, 250 km), Phase II (Ekibastuz-Agadyr, 475 km) and Phase III (Agadyr-YukGRES, 390 km). The Phase I project is already under implementation.

The Phase II project (the Project hereafter) includes two basic components: extension/ modernization of 1,150/500 kV Ekibastuzskaya and 500kV Agadyr substations (SS) and construction of a 500 kV overhead transmission line Ekibastuz - Agadyr. Since environmental issues for these two components are somewhat different, the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) is organized into two parts. Part I: extension/modernization of substations 500 kV Agadyr and 1,150/500 kV Ekibastuzskaya. Part II: construction of a 500 kV overhead transmission line Ekibastuz - Agadyr. Each part of the EMP elaborates the sections as follows:
Section 1 provides a brief project description.

Section 2 presents the mitigation or pollution control plan.

Section 3 describes the monitoring requirements.

Section 4 outlines the institutional arrangements to be used to implement EMP.

Section 5 summarizes results of the public consultation that was held with affected groups and stakeholders.

SECTION 1: PROJECT DESCRIPTION



Part I - Substation Extension/Modernization

This component consists of extension of 500 kV air-insulated 1,150/500 kV Ekibastuzskaya and 500kV Agadyr substations. It would involve expanding the existing 1,150/500 kV Ekibastuzskaya substation and the 500 kV Agadyr substation to accommodate the new 500 kV link between the two substations, as well as the Phase III link between 500kV Agadyr and 500kV YuKGRES substations. The 500 kV air-insulated 1,150/500rV Ekibastuzskaya substation would be extended by two bays and a shunt reactor (3 x 60 MVAR) and a circuit breaker would be installed. The air-insulated 500kV Agadyr substation would also be expanded. Three new shunt reactors (3 x 60 MVAR) would be installed, with two shunt reactors and circuit breakers connected to the 500 kV Ekibastuz-Agadyr line, and the third shunt reactor with a circuit breaker connected to the 500kV Agadyr-YuKGRES line. Therefore, the work will include installation of SF6 circuit breakers, disconnect switches, current transformers, voltage transformers, shunt reactors, and substation automation and protective relaying as well as power line carrier equipment.


1,150 kV Ekibastuzskaya SS is located at a distance of 33 km to the north-west from Ekibastuz town in the Pavlodar region.
The nearest populated localities and industrial objects are:

  • 13 km eastward – GRES-1 power station;

  • 30 km northward – GRES-2 power station with adjacent infrastructure;

  • 1 km southward – sheep-breeding farm “Baitemir.”

The region includes neither protected areas nor areas of cultural, historical and religious interest.


500kV Agadyr substation locates in the Shetsk district of Karaganda region. No lands under farming, small industry or cultural, historical and religious properties are within 800 m of the substation. At 1 km from the substation there is the Agadyr town with population over 10 thousand people.
Part II - Overhead Transmission Line
This component would include construction of a new 500 kV overhead transmission line between 500kV air-insulated 1,150/500kV Ekibastuzskaya SS and 500kv air-insulated Agadyr SS - a distance of 475 km. The route of the new 500kV line of Kazakhstan N/S transit passes through four regions of Kazakhstan: Pavlodar, Karaganda, Almaty and Zhambyl, largely within existing corridors. The route for all three phases will be on state-owned land of no or low agricultural value. None of the land to be utilized includes protected areas or proven mineral deposits. Furthermore, it is far removed from populated areas, hence no resettlement is required. Almost the entire length of the line is pastureland (or steppe). The route of Phase II (the subject project) passes through two regions, Pavlodar and Karaganda, within the existing right-of-way of an abandoned corridor of a 1,150 kV transmission line (which was largely dismantled after the breakup of the USSR).
The map in Annex I indicates the locations of the project components.

SECTION 2: MITIGATION PLAN

Part I: Substation Extension/Modernization (1150/500kV Ekibastuzskaya SS and 500kV Agadyr SS)





Issue

Mitigating

Measure

Cost of Mitigation

(if substantial)

Responsibility

Start Date

End Date

During Construction

Use of land within substation area

Fertile topsoil will be removed, stored in an isolated area away from construction activities, and covered with plastic to prevent runoff/erosion. Upon construction completion, topsoil will be returned and the area revegetated with plants similar to the original vegetation/native to the area

Minimal

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch (MES is regional affiliate of KEGOC)

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

PCBs

(Polychlorinated Biphenyl)



Bidding documents to prohibit purchase of any equipment containing PCBs

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When equipment is delivered

After equipment deliveries have been completed

Dust

Construction site will be sprayed with water, particularly during hot, dry, windy conditions

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Noise

Construction will be confined to normal work-hours (8AM to 6PM). If construction must be conducted before/after these hours, local public will be notified at least one week in advance.

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Chance find of cultural properties

According to Kazakh Law # 1488 dated 1992 “On Protection of Historical and Cultural Heritage” stop work until the Historical and Cultural Heritage Department under the Ministry of Culture, Information and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan removes/examines artifact and issues written permission for construction to proceed

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Solid waste materials (insulators, metal, used equipment, etc.)

To be removed by licensed contractors, and deposited in a site approved by municipal sanitary authorities, or transported by contractor licensed to recycle waste.

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

During Operation

Noise

No settlement allowed within 800 m of the substation (Sanitary Regulation # 1.02.007-94)
Operating personnel will be required to wear ear protective plugs.

Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch




During operation



Ongoing



Electromagnetic field

Wire fences/cabinets will be placed over all high voltage equipment. Maximum field strength of 5 kV/m outside of the protected area (Standard Design 13300 TM)

To provide safety,

the following Stationary Protection Devices will be used:

screen shields over disconnect switch operating mechanisms, control cabinets of circuit breakers and terminal boxes; screen shields over foot-paths for regular assessments.



Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch


During operation



Ongoing




Prevention of soil and groundwater pollution from oil leaks

Installation of additional oil-collecting tanks made according to Rules of Electrical Devices Arrangement (4.2.70) of prefabricated concrete and reinforced concrete structures, the bottoms being monolithic reinforced concrete plate made of sulfate-resistant cements. The bottom and walls are provided with reinforced waterproofing placed on concrete pads with proper drainage.


Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch


During operation


Ongoing





Notes:

1) Items indicated to be the responsibility of the turnkey contractor would be specified in the bidding documents.
2) Rules of operation and maintenance planning and carrying out approved by KEGOC order # 472 dated 12 November 2001 do not envisage equipment washing while in preventive maintenance (routine maintenance) the equipment is to be wiped.

3) The issue “Waste management of SF6 is not included for the following reason. Pursuant to Safety Instructions in the Operation Manual for Siemens power circuit breaker AT2 DT for design voltage of 500 kV, sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), called also insulating gas, in the clean state is colorless, odorless, tasteless, nontoxic and inflammable gas, as inert as nitrogen. Sulfur hexafluoride is safe in handling provided that the air for breathing contains sufficient oxygen. Sulfur hexafluoride is not environmentally hazardous! Therefore, sulfur hexafluoride does not require waste management.


Part II: Ekibastuz - Agadyr 500kV Overhead Transmission Line


Issue

Mitigating

Measure

Cost of Mitigation

(if substantial)

Responsibility

Start Date

End Date

During Construction

Use of farmland

Fertile topsoil will be removed, stored in an isolated area away from construction activities, and covered with plastic to prevent runoff/erosion. Upon construction completion, topsoil will be returned and the area revegetated with plants similar to the original vegetation/native to the area

Minimal

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Dust



If feasible, construction site will be sprayed with water, particularly during hot, dry, windy conditions

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Noise

Construction will be confined to normal work-hours (8AM to 6PM). If construction must be conducted before/after these hours, local public will be notified at least one week in advance.

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Chance find of cultural properties

According to Kazakh Law # 1488 dated 1992 “On Protection of Historical and Cultural Heritage” stop work until the Historical and Cultural Heritage Department under the Ministry of Culture, Information and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan removes/examines artifact and issues written permission for construction to proceed

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Solid waste materials (insulators, metal, used equipment etc.)

To be removed by licensed contractors, and deposited in a site approved by municipal sanitary authorities, or transported by contractor licensed to recycle waste

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When construction starts

After construction activities are completed

Surface water quality

Visual


Work camps at least

250 m from river areas. No garbage, sewage disposal into rivers allowed.



Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Before construction at river crossing starts

After construction at river crossing is completed

During Operation

Noise (corona discharge)

No settlement allowed within 800 m (Sanitary Regulation # 1.02.007-94)

Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When line route is selected


Ongoing vigilance



Electromagnetic field

(public health effects, radio interference)



Tower heights will be designed to provide maximum ground level field intensities of

15 kV/m in populated areas and 10 kV/m at highway crossings, and 1kV/m at a distance of 30 m from the outermost conductors for residential areas (Sanitary Regulation RK No. 3.01.036-97)


Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch

When tower design is started

When tower design is completed



Migratory bird collisions

Design transmission line will have large insulation clearances with adequate space for birds with large wingspans Distance from cross-arm to line conductor – 5.4 m.

Minor

Chief Engineer of MES Branch


When tower design is started



When tower design is completed




Notes:

1) Items indicated to be the responsibility of the turnkey contractor would be specified in the bidding documents.
2) Rules of operation and maintenance planning and carrying out approved by KEGOC order # 472 dated 12 November 2001 do not envisage equipment washing while in preventive maintenance (routine maintenance) the equipment is to be wiped.
3) During construction of the overhead transmission line existing central and country roads will be used to transport equipment, workers and all materials.

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SECTION 3: MONITORING PLAN



Part I: Substation Extension/Modernization (1150/500kV Ekibastuzskaya SS and 500kV Agadyr SS)

Issue

What parameter is to be monitored?

Where

is the parameter to be monitored?

How

is the parameter to be monitored/ type of monitoring equipment?

When

is the parameter to be monitored -frequency of measurement or continuous?

Monitoring Cost

What is the cost of equipment or contractor charges to perform monitoring?

Responsibility

Start Date

End Date

During Construction


Use of land within substation area

Soil storage procedures and location

Soil storage sites

Visual

Weekly during site preparation

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch


Examine sites before soil deposition starts

After soil removal has been completed

PCBs

Equipment Invoice

At delivery site

Visual

Equipment is delivered

Minor
Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Equipment Arrival

Equipment Arrival

Dust

Dust level

Construction site and

access road



Visual

During construction

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Construction starts

Ongoing

Noise

dB[A]

Construction site and

access road



Measurements shall be performed as agreed on with a specialized organization holding a license of the Ministry of Public Health of RK as well as available measurement devices and certified laboratory. Workplace certification (including measurements of noise and electric field strength) shall be done pursuant to Law of RK “On Work Safety and Precautions” #528 dated 03 October 2004 at least once per 5 years.

According to Kazakhstan sanitary norms #1.02.007–94, measurements shall be performed once per three years. Noise limit is 80 dBA

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Construction starts

Ongoing

Solid waste materials (insulators, metal, used equipment, etc.)

Review contractor license expiration date

Before access to construction site

Visual

Prior to providing access to construction site

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch


Construction starts

Construction ends

During Operation


Noise

Distance to nearest settlement

Use of ear protective plugs by personnel



Substation site and nearest local residence
Check the workers at the Substation site

Workplace certification (including measurements of noise and electric field strength) shall be done pursuant to Law of RK “On Work Safety and Precautions” # 528 dated 03 Oct 2004 at least once per 5 years. Measurements shall be performed as agreed on with a specialized organization holding a license of the Ministry of Public Health of RK as well as available measurement devices and certified laboratory.

According to Kazakhstan sanitary norms #1.02.007 – 94, measurements shall be performed once per three years. Noise limit is 80 dBA

Minor

Minor


Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Chief Engineer of MES Branch




Operation starts

Operation starts



Ongoing

Ongoing


Electromagnetic field

Electric field strength



In work areas

and at substation fence line





Measurements shall be performed as agreed with specialized organization

holding a license of the Ministry of Public Health of RK as well as available measurement devices and certified laboratory.



Kazakhstan Sanitary rules and norms # 3.01.036-97

(specific parameters are shown at the end of this Table below).


Measurement to be made once after the substation is energized to ensure it meets design levels.

Minor
Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Once, when operation starts

-

Compliance with ecological requirements for oil-filled equipment operation

Prevention of soil pollution with oil


On the surface of and under equipment containing oil

Installation of additional oil-collecting tanks made according to Rules of Electrical Devices Arrangement (4.2.70) of prefabricated concrete and reinforced concrete structures, the bottoms being monolithic reinforced concrete plate made of sulfate-resistant cements. Oil tapping to oil receiver is provided. The bottom and walls are provided with reinforced waterproofing. Design of oil-collecting tanks prevents oil leakage from collection and tapping system.

Equipment to be checked (visually) for leaks weekly for the first two months of operation. If there are no problems, the equipment should be checked once a month.


Minor


Chief Engineer of MES Branch


Operation starts



Ongoing



Electric field strength, kV/m

Admissible time of staying, minutes

Below 5

No limitation

5-10

Up to 180

10-20

Up to 30

20-25

Up to 10

Above 25

Prohibited

Part II: 500kV Overhead Transmission Line Ekibastuz - Agadyr


Issue

What parameter is to be monitored?

Where

is the parameter to be monitored?

How

is the parameter to be monitored/ type of monitoring equipment?

When

is the parameter to be monitored-frequency of measurement or continuous?

Monitoring Cost

What is the cost of equipment or contractor charges to perform monitoring?

Responsibility

Start Date

End Date

During Construction


Use of farmland

Soil storage procedures and location

Soil storage sites

Visual

Weekly during site preparation

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch


Examine sites before soil deposition starts

After soil removal has been completed

Access road construction

Transport confined to temporary central roads

Along temporary access road

Visual

Weekly

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Construction starts

Construction ends

Dust

Dust level

Overhead line (OHL) right of way and

Access road



Visual

During construction

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Construction starts

Construction ends

Noise

dB[A]

OHL right of way and

access road



Measurements shall be performed as agreed with specialized organization

holding a license of the Ministry of Public Health of RK as well as available measurement devices and certified laboratory.



If there are complaints from residents

Minor




Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Construction starts

Construction ends

Chance find of cultural properties

According to Kazakh Law # 1488 dated 1992 “On Protection of Historical and Cultural Heritage”

OHL right of way

Visual

If there is an accidental find of cultural significance

Minor


Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch




Construction starts

Construction ends

Solid waste materials (insulators, metal, used equipment, etc.)

Review contractor license expiration date

Before access to construc-tion site

Visual

Prior to providing access to construction site

Minor

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch


Construction starts

Construction ends

Surface water quality (at river crossings)

Oil/grease, suspended solids

Upstream and downstream of river crossing

Visual

During construction

Minor
Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

During construction

-

During Operation


Noise

Distance to nearest settlement


Overhead line and nearest local residence



Measurements shall be performed as agreed with specialized organization

holding license of the Ministry of Public Health of RK as well as available measurement devices and certified laboratory.



Once per 3 years


Minor
Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Operation starts


Ongoing


Electromagnetic field

Electric field strength



Under transmission line and at edge of Right of Way

Measurements as agreed on with a specialized organization


Kazakhstan Sanitary rules and norms # 3.01.036-97

Tower heights will be designed to provide maximum ground level field intensities of

no more than 15 kV/m in populated areas, 10 kV/m at highway crossings, and 1kV/m at a distance of 30 m from the outermost conductors for residential areas


Minor
Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Once, when operation starts

-

Migratory bird collisions

Evidence of bird collision (trapped in lines, incidence of dead birds in right-of-way)

OHL and right-of-way

Visual

Observations will be made weekly during the migratory season. If no problems are observed, no further observations are required.

Minor
Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Operation starts


Ongoing



Herbicides will not be used during the overhead transmission line construction.

SECTION 4: INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
In the EMP the same institutional arrangements will be used for extension of 1150/500kV Ekibastuzskaya and 500kV Agadyr substations (Part I) and construction of 500kV transmission line Ekibastuz - Agadyr (Part II).
Institutional Arrangements (both Part I and Part II)

Function


Responsible Party (Parties)

Frequency

Environmental Monitoring Data Collection

Construction

Operation

Contractor/Chief Engineer of MES Branch

Quarterly

Data Analysis

Construction


Operation

KEGOC Development Department

KEGOC Development Department


Quarterly

Report Preparation

Construction


Operation

KEGOC Development Department

KEGOC Development Department


Quarterly

Report Distribution


Project Management Department sends report

IBRD receives report



Quarterly

SECTION 5: CONSULTATION WITH LOCAL NGOs AND PROJECT-AFFECTED GROUPS

On June 28, 2005, public consultation was held at KEGOC headquarters in Astana on the Project with participation of local NGOs, local authorities, groups of people living in the vicinity of project sites and affected stakeholders.

To notify the public, the following actions were carried out:


  1. The Business Development Department, through EcoForum Resource Center – Kazakhstan HGO association in Almaty – has identified regional NGOs:

    • NGO Public Association “Karaganda Regional Environment Museum” (PA “Ecomusei”);

    • NGO Public Association “EcoObraz”, Karaganda;

    • NGO Public Association “ECOM”, Pavlodar;

    • NGO Public Association “Public Foundation”, Pavlodar.

  2. Severnye and Tsentralnye MES Branches have identified participants of public hearings in their regions:

  • Akimat (Local Authority) of Agadyr town;

  • Local Environmental Service of Agadyr town;

  • District newspaper “Zaman”;

  • NGO “Za buduscheye Ekibastuza”;

  • Environmental Protection Town Department of Ekibastuz;

  • Town Maslikhat (Local Authority) of Ekibastuz.

  1. Information on the Construction Project and announcement with invitation for public hearings has been sent to local and national mass media. The announcement of public hearings has been published in the newspaper “Kazakhstanskaya Pravda” dated 23 June 2005 and in local newspaper “Golos Kazakhstana”.

  2. Minutes of Meeting and lists of the public hearing participants are attached.

  3. The above Environmental Management Plan was agreed with the World Bank, the lead financier of the Project. It is accessible to the general public through KEGOC’s website in Russian and English.

KEGOC


Astana, July 4, 2005

Annex 1: Map

Annex 2: Minutes of Public Consultation

Annex 3: List of Participants of Public Consultation

ANNEX 1.

ANNEX 2.


MINUTES

of public consultations on the project of “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit”


June 28, 2005


Astana


Attendees:

Public representatives invited from Agadyr settlement in Karagandinsky region, Karaganda, Ekibastuz, non-governmental organizations (NGO), representatives of Executive Administration and MES branches of KEGOC JSC, interested parties (the list of participants is attached).




Agenda





  1. Presentation of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit”.

  2. Discussion of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” by the participants of public consultations.

  3. Conclusion of public consultations on the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit”.




  1. Presentation of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” in the following statements:

  1. Implementation of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” - deputy head of the Administrative Division of the Project Management Department Mrs. Galina Mandrovskaya.

  2. “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” project. Main technical characteristics of 500 kV OHTL – chief specialist of Transmission Line Division 500 kV OHTL North-South of the Capital Construction and Modernization Department Mr. Alexander Grisha.

  3. “Environmental Management Plant for Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” – chief specialist of Engineering Division of Business Development Department Mrs. Ardak Djagiparova.


II. Discussion of all aspects of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” by the participants of public consultations, including the following issues:

    • about possible contribution of KEGOC JSC in the development of Ekibastuz in the context of construction of new line;

    • 500 kV transmission line safety for birds and animals habitat;

    • possible damage of agricultural land (meadows, pastures);

    • about possibility for participation of Kazakhstan contractors in the construction of 500 kV TL;

    • about utilization of waste oil of substations equipment;

    • how will the commissioning of North-South transmission line influence the tariffs for electricity;

    • about increase of number of maintenance staff of the line;

    • about safety measures during emergency outages of the North-South line;

    • about dates of termination of construction of North-South line;

    • about arrangements for lightning-discharge protection and lightning protection of the line;

    • about structure of towers of the new line.


III. Conclusion of public consultations on the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit”:

KEGOC JSC has arranged public consultations of the project “Construction of 500 kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit” in compliance with environmental regulations of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The conclusion of the public consultations is as follows:

1. Implementation of the project of construction of second TL of North-South transit will provide reliable power supply of south of Kazakhstan, it will substantially improve the stability of parallel operation of Kazakhstan, Russia and other Central Asian countries power systems and it will practically double the transit potential of the national power grid of Kazakhstan for power supply from power systems of Central Asian countries to Russia.

2. The project will be implemented within the limits of existing right of way and existing territories that are the property to substations. None of these areas represent environmentally, economically and culturally vulnerable terrain.

3. During implementation of the project of construction of 500 kV transmission line the following will be observed:

transmission line control areas,

environmental protection actions during construction period,

noise control actions for the noise produced by substations equipment and lines,

protective actions for electromagnetic field influence;

actions preventing contamination of underground water;

other measures that might be necessary during development of construction detail design.

4. During development of the construction detail design the complete environmental impact assessment of the given project for all environment components will be prepared.

5. Public representatives have agreed with the necessity of construction of 500 kV transmission line of Kazakhstan North-South transit. The list of actions of Environmental Management Plan for construction is sufficient enough for the development of detail design.




Director of Business Development Department

N. Utegulov

Advisor to President, PMD Director


S. Katyshev


The minutes were kept by the Business Development Department specialist

A. Djagiparova



ANNEX 3.
List of participants of public consultations on the Project “Construction of 500kV Second Transmission Line of Kazakhstan North-South Transit”





Organization Name

Position

Name

Telephone No,

E-mail





Business Development Department:

Head


Nurzhan Utegulov

8-3172-970-165







Deputy Head of Prospective Development Division

Farida Zharmagambetova

8-3172-970-186







Senior Specialist

Ardak Dzhagiparova


8-3172-970-349




Project Management Department

Head

Sergei Katyshev

8-3272-982-130







Deputy Head of Administrative Division

Galina Mandrovskaya


8-3272-982-360




Modernization and Capital Construction Department

Head

Gani Salimzhuarov

8-3172-970-175







Deputy Head

Sergei Smyk

8-3172-970-167







Head of 500 kV OHTL of North-South Project Division


Yevgeny Sratinets

8-3172-970-299







Senior Specialist of 500 kV OHTL of North-South Project Division

Alexander Grisha

8-3172-970-223




Information and Analysis Division

Head

Oral Karpishev

8-3172-970-468







Press secretary

Gulbanu Abenova

8-3172-970-415







Senior Specialist of Information and Analysis Division

Saya Sabraliyeva


8-3172-970-424




Severnye MES branch, Ekibastuz

Deputy Head of SS and OHTL Service

Andrey Demchenko

8-31835-31-971







Engineer of Production and Technological Service

Guldana Shaimerdenova


8-31835-31-971




Tsentralnye MES, Karaganda

Principal Engineer of Production and Technological Service

Birzhan Eshmagambetov

8-3212-494-366







Principal Engineer of Capital Construction Department

Vlodimir Lopatenko

8-3212-494-317



















Agadyr settlement

Akim

Zhumagali Magziyev

8-310-31-2-16-83






















Ecologist of Shetsky Region

Amankul Kassymov

8-310-31-2-19-50






















Correspondent of regional newspaper “Zaman”

Kyzgaldak Aitzhanova

8-310-31-2-11-42




Science and Production Association:

“Ecomuseum of Karaganda oblast”, Karaganda



Project Manager

Yuliya Kalmykova

8-3212-41-33-44










Denis Vydrin


8-3212-41-33-44




German Conservation Union


Bird Protection Expert

Martin Lenk

8-3212-41-33-44 (contact)




Ekibastuz Maslikhat


Deputy

Bagrat Alekyan

(31835) 6-00-32




















Public Association “For Ekibastuz Future”

Director

Ahmed Dzeitov

(31835) 2-19-21



















Ekibastuz Department of Environmental Protection

State Inspector, Ekibastuz

Valentina Petrunina

(31835) 7-39-73





Office of “Voice of Ekibasuz” Newspaper


Head of Division


Aliya Rakhimbayeva

8-31835(4-95-03)





“Mehkolonna 13 ltd”, Astana

Director

Peter Kudryashov

8-3172-31-10-59



















“Korporatsia Elektra Ltd”

Representative in Astana

Dmitriy Yakuba






















Public Fund “Ekomir”, Astana

Director

Akilya Shabayeva

8-3172-21-23-90



















United Nations Development/ Global Environmental Facility Project “Initial assistance to the Republic of Kazakhstan to meet its obligations under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants”, Astana


Project Manager, Professor, Doctor of Geography

Marat Ishankulov

8-3172-32-63-60




Astana


Inhabitant

Murat Shlymov









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