Mekong Transboundary
Water Governance
Context:

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Countries

Inside slide Title 1
Myanmar

China

Thailand

Laos

Cambodia

Vietnam

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River Basins

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Irrawaddy

Ya n g t z e

Salween/Nu

Red River

Chao Praya

M e ko n g

Water for a foo...
Mega Projects
Sayaboury Mainstream Hydropower dam
Country: Laos
Status: Under construction
Operator: Charoen Kharnchang
Ca...
Dam Planning

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Existing /Planned
Mainstream Dam

D a t a b a s e s :
M R C
C P W F - M e k o n g
G R ...
Dam Planning

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Existing Hydropower
Dam

Existing /Planned
Mainstream Dam

D a t a b a s e s :
M R C
C ...
Dam Planning

Inside slide Title 1
Existing Hydropower
Dam

Planned Hydropower
Dam

Other:
Irrigation /
Hydropower dam
Pla...
If we are to rely on scientific knowledge,
water diplomacy, and deliberative decisionmaking processes as means to promote
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3rd Mekong Forum on Water, Food & Energy 2013. Presentation from Session 2: Cross Border Dialogue: understanding how to best manage the transboundary benefits and costs of hydropower development within the Water-Food-Energy Nexus

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  1. 1. Mekong Transboundary Water Governance Context: Photo: :Tom van Cakenberghe/IWMI Photo David Brazier/IWMI Photo: David Brazier/IWMI Key Issues and Challenges Diana Suhardiman 19-21 November 2013 3 rd Mekong Forum Hanoi, Vietnam Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  2. 2. Countries Inside slide Title 1 Myanmar China Thailand Laos Cambodia Vietnam Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  3. 3. River Basins Inside slide Title 1 Irrawaddy Ya n g t z e Salween/Nu Red River Chao Praya M e ko n g Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  4. 4. Mega Projects Sayaboury Mainstream Hydropower dam Country: Laos Status: Under construction Operator: Charoen Kharnchang Capacity: 1285 MW Expected operation: 2019 Costs: US$ 3.8 billion Height: 32.6 m Length: 820 m Upper Mekong Hydropower cascade Inside slide Title 1 Country: China •Dachaoshan •Jinghong •Manwan •Nuozhadu •Xiaowan Don Sahong Mainstream Hydropower dam Upper Sesan Hydropower cascade Country: Laos Status: Proposed Operator: Megafirst Corporation Berhad Capacity: 360 MW Expected operation: 2019 Construction cost: US$ 360 million Dam height: 32 m Country: Vietnam Status: Operational/ Under construction Operator: Capacity: 1944 MW (6-7 dams) Expected operation: Construction cost:US$ Dam height: Vaico River Project Lower Sesan 2 Tributary Hydropower dam Country: Cambodia Status: Under construction Operator: Capacity: 300,000 ha irrigated rice Expected operation: Construction cost: US$ 200 million Dam height: 32 m Country: Cambodia Status: Proposed Operator: Hydrolancang International Capacity: 400 MW Expected operation: 2019 Construction cost: US$ 781 million Dam height: 75 m Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  5. 5. Dam Planning Inside slide Title 1 Existing /Planned Mainstream Dam D a t a b a s e s : M R C C P W F - M e k o n g G R a N D Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  6. 6. Dam Planning Inside slide Title 1 Existing Hydropower Dam Existing /Planned Mainstream Dam D a t a b a s e s : M R C C P W F - M e k o n g G R a N D Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  7. 7. Dam Planning Inside slide Title 1 Existing Hydropower Dam Planned Hydropower Dam Other: Irrigation / Hydropower dam Planned dam Upper Mekong data Existing /Planned Mainstream Dam D a t a b a s e s : M R C C P W F - M e k o n g G R a N D Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  8. 8. If we are to rely on scientific knowledge, water diplomacy, and deliberative decisionmaking processes as means to promote sustainable development, the question remains, as to whether and how we can use these as a catalyst to influence the overall shaping of predefined political goals and objectives Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org
  9. 9. Photo: :Tom van Cakenberghe/IWMI Photo David Brazier/IWMI Photo: David Brazier/IWMI Thank you for your attention Diana Suhardiman d.suhardiman@cgiar.org Water for a food-secure world www.iwmi.org

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