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Russkiy Mir II-03/Taman

Issues

Community health and safety

Description: Complaint raises concerns related to public health and safety including incidents of or an increase in accidents, release of hazardous materials, and spread of diseases. Concerns related to retaliation and/or violence are not included.

Complaints with this Issue: 359

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Livelihoods

Description: Complaint raises concerns about impacts on the means by which people make a living, including wage-based income, trade and bartering, agriculture, fishing, foraging, and other natural-resource based means.

Complaints with this Issue: 344

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Property damage

Description: Complaint raises concerns about specific harm to property, including buildings, land, or property value. Concerns related to physical or economic displacement, pollution, or community health and safety are not included.

Complaints with this Issue: 169

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Sectors

Extractives (oil, gas, mining)

Description: Project relates to the extractive industries, including oil, gas, and mining. Examples may include mines, drilling operations, pipelines, and the associated legal frameworks.

Complaints in this Sector: 199

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Infrastructure

Description: Project relates to construction or improvement of large structures, facilities, or public works projects. Examples include roads and other transportation projects, sanitation and water treatment facilities, power plants, and industrial facilities.

Complaints in this Sector: 965

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Project

Name: Russkiy Mir II-03/Taman

Investments: IFC 23870

Client:

Support: Loans

Country: Russia

Complaint

IAM: Compliance Advisor/Ombudsman (CAO)

ID: russian-federation-russkiy-mir-ii-03taman

Date Filed: March 1, 2009

Date Closed: Dec. 31, 2009

Status: Closed With Outputs Outside Process

Description

The Russkiy Mir II project –“Tamanneftegas (TNG)” – involves an IFC loan of up to $100 million to develop and build the Taman LPG/Fuel Oil terminal and port in the Black Sea, to purchase and expand rail maintenance facilities, to purchase locomotives and rail cars, and to purchase a wheel-making / spare-parts manufacturer and other rail-related infrastructure. In March 2009, a resident of Taman Village submitted a complaint to CAO on behalf of 90 other residents regarding environmental and socio-economic impacts of the TNG project. The complaint states that the construction activities of TNG and two other companies working in the region have damaged local roads and homes, and reduced the standard of living for residents. The complaint requests the company to repair the roads, develop a by-pass road to divert construction away from the settlement, and compensate villagers whose homes have been impacted.

Complaint Stages

Filing

March 1, 2009

Filing

Status:

Start Date: March 1, 2009

Registration

Not Undertaken

Registration

Status: Not Undertaken

Start Date: None

Eligibility

March 1, 2009

Eligibility

Status: Closed With Output

Start Date: March 1, 2009

Dispute Resolution

Closed With Output

Dispute Resolution

Status: Closed With Output

Start Date: None

Compliance Review

Not Undertaken

Compliance Review

Status: Not Undertaken

Explanation: Case closed in earlier stage, Complaint settled in Dispute Resolution so Compliance Review not offered

Has Compliance Report: No

Non-Compliance Found: No

Monitoring

Nov. 25, 2009 -

Dec. 31, 2009

Monitoring

Status: Closed With Output

Start Date: Nov. 25, 2009

End Date: Dec. 31, 2009

Closed

Dec. 31, 2009

Timeline