China, People's Republic of: Shandong Groundwater Protection Project

Sovereign Project | 47047-002

The proposed loan for the Shandong Groundwater Protection Project will contribute to ensuring sustained groundwater supply for the agricultural sector in the Weifang-Zibo area. The project will serve as a demonstration of an integrated approach for environmental restoration of overexploited groundwater aquifers through improving allocation of water resources, retention of storm water, and rehabilitating the water environment. The project will protect groundwater quantity and quality in the area, safeguard a sustainable groundwater source for the agricultural sector, and contribute to improving food security in the PRC.

Project Details

  • Project Officer
    Yee, Au Shion
    East Asia Department
    Request for information
  • Country/Economy
    China, People's Republic of
  • Modality
    • Loan
  • Sector
    • Agriculture, natural resources and rural development
Project Name Shandong Groundwater Protection Project
Project Number 47047-002
Country / Economy China, People's Republic of
Project Status Active
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 3400-PRC: Shandong Groundwater Protection Project
Ordinary capital resources US$ 150.00 million
Strategic Agendas Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Knowledge solutions
Sector / Subsector

Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Rural flood protection - Rural water policy, institutional and capacity development - Water-based natural resources management

Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Some gender elements
Description The proposed loan for the Shandong Groundwater Protection Project will contribute to ensuring sustained groundwater supply for the agricultural sector in the Weifang-Zibo area. The project will serve as a demonstration of an integrated approach for environmental restoration of overexploited groundwater aquifers through improving allocation of water resources, retention of storm water, and rehabilitating the water environment. The project will protect groundwater quantity and quality in the area, safeguard a sustainable groundwater source for the agricultural sector, and contribute to improving food security in the PRC.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

Falling groundwater tables as a result of over-extraction of groundwater is a major concern in the PRC, particularly in the northern parts of the country. The PRC heavily depends on extraction of groundwater. An estimated 20% of water supplies in the PRC come from groundwater, ranging from 110 billion cubic meters (m3) to 150 billion m3 per year. The largest groundwater user is the agricultural sector (60%), with domestic and industrial usage sharing the remaining 40%. There are more than 100 large cones of groundwater depression with an estimated total area of 150,000 square kilometers (km2) in the PRC. In the Northern China Plain (NCP), the total area of the cone of groundwater depression already extends to 70,000 km2.



The Weifang-Zibo area in Shandong Province depends heavily on groundwater, especially for its intensive and high value agricultural production. Domestic and industrial water demands, although still less than agricultural water use, are also on the rise as a result of the rapid economic development in the area. The project area, covering five cities and counties of the NCP, is the main vegetable producer for Beijing and has a high concentration of greenhouses. The greenhouses using drip irrigation require fresh and sediment free water, which is in most cases provided through shallow groundwater sources. As a result of extensive groundwater abstraction, the project area has become the largest over-exploited aquifer in Shandong Province, and the second largest in the PRC. In some downstream areas, agricultural production already stopped due to lack of suitable water sources. Some of the industrial or domestic water users that are still using groundwater are encouraged by the government to switch to surface water.



Groundwater recharge of both shallow and deep groundwater resources is insufficient to recover from the excessive pumping during the dry periods. Seasonal rainfall fluctuates widely, with an average of 70% of the rainfall occurring from June to September, followed by drought over the rest of the year. Flooding occurs during the summer months, but storm waters flow to the sea unutilized. The pattern of irregular rainfall is expected to worsen as a result of climate change and rainfall is predicted to be reduced. Excessive groundwater usage also occurs because of lack of pricing of the resource, weak licensing and permitting system, and insufficient abstraction metering and groundwater level monitoring.



The consequences of the current unsustainable groundwater utilization are serious: (i) pumping costs have increased, (ii) groundwater quality is deteriorating due to seawater intrusion and environmental pollution, (iii) domestic water supplies and agricultural (particularly, vegetable) production are at risk, and (iv) the area is suffering from significant financial and economic damages caused by land subsidence. Seawater intrusion and upconing' in the north has extended 35 kilometers inland from the coast, and some areas have already experienced subsidence of more than two meters. The process of land subsidence is irreversible, and urgent action is needed to avoid worsening.



Acknowledging the serious concerns, the central government selected the Shandong Province as a demonstration province for modernized water administration. The Shandong Provincial Government (SPG) has already taken multiple initiatives to address water scarcity in the NCP, including promoting water productivity and re-use, and introducing regulations on groundwater pumping. Several water saving technologies, such as drip irrigation, are already widely used in the project area. The results are successful, but more efforts are needed to fully address the risk of further decline of groundwater levels in the Weifang-Zibo area. The national government is constructing the south-north water transfer scheme, which is expected to provide additional water for Shandong Province in 2014. The diverted water, which is mainly intended for municipal and industrial use, will not be sufficient to mitigate the current over-exploitations of the groundwater resources in the NCP.



Lessons learnt from past and ongoing support for the water sector, including the preparation of policy recommendations for PRC's Thirteenth Five-Year Plan, show that there is still lack of innovation towards the implementation of integrated water management approaches and increasing water productivity. Most counties in the project area lack (i) integration of good international practices to provide new alternatives for groundwater conservation, (ii) adequate implementation of water-saving strategies and regulatory stipulations, and (iii) introduction of up-to-date water environmental monitoring technologies. Existing programs also lack support to link efficient and reduced groundwater usage with the retention of surface and storm water to increase groundwater recharge and water availability for water scarce areas.



The project is consistent with the PRC's Twelfth Five-Year Plan (2011 2015), which pursues the long-term goal of building a harmonious and moderately prosperous society through regionally balanced and environmentally sustainable growth, and these agendas will continue into the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan, and with the PRC's first National Plan to Protect the Safety of Ground Water Resources (2011 2020). It is also in line with the Asian Development Bank's (ADB) country partnership strategy, 2011 2015 for the PRC in supporting the government's overarching strategic goal by focusing on inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth. The project will contribute to ADB's Water Operational Plan 2011 2020 to (i) increase water productivity across the range of users; (ii) embed integrated water resources management, including improved risk management to mitigate floods, droughts, and other water-related disasters; and (iii) expand knowledge and capacity development that uses technology and innovation more directly.


Impact Groundwater supply for the agricultural sector in the Weifang-Zibo area sustained
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Conservation and sustainable use of groundwater resources in Weifang and Zibo prefectures improved
Progress Toward Outcome

Component 1: improvement of surface water allocation. (1) Gaomi county: The civil works of the connection between Wangwu, Juchenghe, and Chengnan reservoirs was started in the second quarter of 2019, and the progress has reached up to 85%. (2) Qingzhou county: The main works on the river diversions from the Renhe, Heihushan, and Qiyi reservoir have been almost completed. The irrigation channel works for diversion of Mihe River to Bagouzi Reservoir are already completed. (3) Huantai county: The construction for both Xiaofu river first stage and Wu river first stage rehabilitation activities are already completed. The works of Dongzhulong river, water diversion channel (North Trunk Channel), Matahu wetland, and Wu river second stage are nearly completed. The channel cleanout of Laozihe is also completed. (4) Shouguang county: The Ta River rehabilitation and river ecological control works are 85% completed.

Component 2: retention of storm water. (1) Changle county: All the seven civil works contracts have been awarded, and all the activities related to these contracts are completed. The progress has reached 100%. (2) Gaomi county: The two civil works for construction of the water transmission pipes from Xiashan reservoir to Chengbei reservoir are 100% completed. The civil works of Juchenghe reservoir has reached a progress of 100%.

Component 3: establishment of hydrological facilities in Changle County. So far, all the works related to this contract are completed, the progress has reached 100%.

Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Groundwater recharged and conserved

Surface water allocation improved and monitored

Capacity development for water resources management enhanced

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

350 qualified SPG and cities and counties water resources

management staff (about 32% female) trained on water

resources MIS establishment, water user association piloting, and promoting water saving technologies.

Implementation ongoing.

At present, creation of 1,730 jobs during construction and initial operation of the project with 33.2% and 15.9%

of the jobs created have been offered to women and poor households with necessary training provided, respectively.

At present, creation of 1,730 jobs during construction and initial operation of the project with 33.2% and 15.9%

of the jobs created have been offered to women and poor households with necessary training provided, respectively.

Implementation ongoing.

Implementation ongoing.

Mata Lake wetland is under construction.

At present more than 290 km has been constructed.

Capacity of 44.39 million m3 achieved at present.

Capacity of 8.3 million m3 achieved at present.

Construction has completed and about 45.1 km pipes have been installed.

Geographical Location Weifang, Zibo
Safeguard Categories
Environment A
Involuntary Resettlement A
Indigenous Peoples C
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects Based on the preliminary assessments, the project is classified as category A for environment. Safeguard documents, including an environmental impact assessment, will be prepared following ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).
Involuntary Resettlement Based on the preliminary assessments, the project is classified as category A for involuntary resettlement. Safeguard documents, including resettlement plan, will be prepared following ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).
Indigenous Peoples Based on the preliminary assessments, the project is classified as category C for indigenous peoples. Safeguard documents will be prepared following ADB's Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).
Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design
During Project Implementation
Business Opportunities
Consulting Services

Consulting services will be required for (i) project management support, (ii) capacity development for water policy and conservation demonstration activities, and (iii) software development for the MIS in Huantai County. The outline terms of reference (TOR) for each of the three consulting services packages are described in section D.

The PMO will be responsible for engaging consultants. All consultants financed by ADB will be recruited according to ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time).

Procurement

All procurement of goods and works will be undertaken in accordance with ADB's Procurement Guidelines (2015, as amended from time to time). Except as ADB may otherwise agree, the following process thresholds shall apply to procurement of goods and works.

Civil works contracts estimated to cost $25 million and above, and contracts for goods estimated to cost $3 million and above will be procured using international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures. Contracts for works and goods estimated to cost less than the ICB values but equal to $100,001 and above will be procured through national competitive bidding (NCB). NCB will be conducted in accordance with the PRC Tendering and Bidding Law (2000), subject to modifications agreed with ADB. Contracts for goods and works estimated to cost less than the above NCB values will be procured using shopping procedures. The relevant sections of ADB's Anticorruption Policy (1998, as amended from time to time) will be included in all procurement documents and contracts.

For NCB, the first draft English language of the procurement documents (prequalification, bidding documents, and draft contract) should be submitted for ADB's approval regardless of the estimated contract amount. Subsequent procurements are subject to post review. All ICB contracts are subject to prior review and ADB's approval of the procurement documents (bidding and contract) is required.

A procurement plan over the life of the project including the first 18-month procurement contract packages starting from July 2015 has been prepared and agreed with the PMO and the implementing agencies, which indicates procurement method, estimated costs of contracts, threshold and review procedures, goods, works, and consulting service contract packages, and NCB guidelines.

Responsible ADB Officer Yee, Au Shion
Responsible ADB Department East Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Environment, Natural Resources & Agriculture Division, EARD
Executing Agencies
Shandong Provincial Government
People's Republic of China
Timetable
Concept Clearance 09 Aug 2013
Fact Finding 05 Feb 2015 to 13 Feb 2015
MRM 28 Jul 2015
Approval 29 Jun 2016
Last Review Mission -
Last PDS Update 22 Sep 2021

Loan 3400-PRC

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
29 Jun 2016 13 Sep 2016 10 Jan 2017 30 Jun 2022 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 344.03 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 150.00 17 Jun 2022 136.65 0.00 91%
Counterpart 194.03 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 17 Jun 2022 143.49 0.00 96%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating - Satisfactory - Satisfactory - Satisfactory

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Safeguard Documents See also: Safeguards
Safeguard documents provided at the time of project/facility approval may also be found in the list of linked documents provided with the Report and Recommendation of the President.

Title Document Type Document Date
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2021) Environmental Monitoring Reports Feb 2022
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Social Monitoring Report (June-November 2021) Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2022
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Social Monitoring Report (November 2020-June 2021) Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2021
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2021) Environmental Monitoring Reports Oct 2021
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 6 (as of 31 December 2020) Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2021
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Feb 2021
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Social Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Social Monitoring Reports Nov 2020
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2020) Environmental Monitoring Reports Jul 2020
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Huantai County and Shouguang City Subprojects Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jun 2020
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2019) Environmental Monitoring Reports Mar 2020
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Updated Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Oct 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Internal Resettlement Monitoring Report No. 5 Social Monitoring Reports Sep 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January−June 2019) Environmental Monitoring Reports Sep 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No. 5 Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Internal Resettlement Monitoring Report No. 4 Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Feb 2019
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: External Resettlement and Social Monitoring and Evaluation Report No.4 Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2018
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2018) Environmental Monitoring Reports Aug 2018
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (July-December 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Feb 2018
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: External Monitoring and Evaluation Report for Resettlement Plan (July-December 2017) Social Monitoring Reports Feb 2018
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report No. 2 (January-June 2017) Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2017
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Environmental Monitoring Report (January-June 2017) Environmental Monitoring Reports Aug 2017
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Resettlement Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Mar 2017
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Qingzhou Subproject Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2017
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Shouguang Subproject Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2017
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Gaomi Subproject Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2017
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Huantai Subproject Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jan 2017
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Social Monitoring Report Social Monitoring Reports Oct 2016
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Changle Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion - Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Feb 2016
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Gaomi Reservoir Upgrade and Connection Construction - Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Feb 2016
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Huantai Wetland Rehabilitation and Surface Water Allocation Improvement Construction - Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Feb 2016
Shandong Groundwater Protection Project: Draft Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Aug 2015
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Qingzhou Surface Water Allocation Improvement Construction - Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jul 2015
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection Project: Shouguang Wetland and River Eco-rehabilitation - Resettlement Plan Resettlement Plans Jul 2015
Shandong Groundwater Allocation and Protection: Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Impact Assessments Mar 2015

Evaluation Documents See also: Independent Evaluation

None currently available.


Related Publications

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Tenders

Tender Title Type Status Posting Date Deadline
Software development for MIS (Huantai) Firm - Consulting Closed 10 May 2019 08 Jun 2019

Contracts Awarded

Contract Title Approval Number Contract Date Contractor | Address Executing Agency Total Contract Amount (US$) Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)
Consulting Services for Project Summary and Evaluation Loan 3400 07 Mar 2022 Shandong Water Resources Survey and Design Institute Co., Ltd. | Shandong Province Shandong Provincial Government 188,750.00 188,750.00
JUDIANHU WETLAND AND TAHE RIVER IMPROVEMENT AUXILIARY WORKS IN SHOUGUANG CITY Loan 3400 14 Dec 2020 RUIYUAN ENGINEERING GROUP CO., LTD.OF | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 3,362,893.11 3,362,893.11
RIVER SYSTEM CONNECTING FOR RECHARGE IN MATAHU WETLAND (QIFENG TOWN) IN HUANTAI COUNTY Loan 3400 10 Nov 2020 RUIYUAN ENGINEERING GROUP CO., LTD. OF | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 6,656,247.45 4,282,165.94
PLANTATION AND ANIMAL RESOURCES ALLOCATION IN JUDI AN WETLAND IN SHOUGUANG CITY Loan 3400 28 Oct 2020 RUIYUAN ENGINEERING GROUP CO, LTD OF QINGDAO | QINGDAO, PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 4,882,742.82 4,882,742.82
SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR MIS (HUANTAI) Loan 3400 07 Jul 2020 INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS LAB CO LTD | PRC CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 561,900.00 561,900.00
CONNECTIONN BETWEEN WANGWU & JUCHENGHE RESERVOIRS Loan 3400 05 Sep 2019 WATER RESOURCES CONSTRUCTION CORP OF QINGZHOU | GAOMI SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 5,980,656.93 3,720,249.05
HEI HUSHANRESERVOIR CAPACITY INCREASE, QINGZHOU (PHASE 2) Loan 3400 05 Sep 2019 WATER RESOURCES CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION | QINGZHOU SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 5,158,672.47 3,364,207.28
JU CHENGHE RESERVOIR EMBANKMENT INTERLOCK BLOCK AND MATERIAL, GAOMI CITY Loan 3400 22 Jul 2019 SHANDONG YUWANG NEW MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY CO. | SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 1,158,595.73 702,718.39
XIAOFU RIVER IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING (PH2) HUANTAI Loan 3400 21 Mar 2019 HUANTAI WATER RESOURCES CONST&INSTALTN ENGG | HUANTAI SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 5,660,138.39 3,621,283.12
YELLOW RIVER DIVERSION SOUTH CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING IN HUANTAI Loan 3400 04 Dec 2018 HUANTAI WATER RESOURCES CONST & INSTALLATION | HUANTAI SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 2,716,065.85 1,763,824.23
DAZHAI DITCH EXTENDING SECTION IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING IN HUANTAI Loan 3400 04 Dec 2018 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING CORPORATION | HUANTAI SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 1,721,283.56 1,117,808.55
LAOZI RIVER IMPROVEMENT WORKS IN HUANTAI Loan 3400 10 Jul 2018 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING CORP., SHANDONG | JINAN SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 1,171,343.00 728,790.00
TAHE RIVER IMPROVEMENT IN SHOUGUANG CITY Loan 3400 02 Jul 2018 BEIJING JINGSHUI CONSTRUCTION GROUP CO., LTD | BEIJING CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 15,021,992.00 10,338,104.00
WATERCOURSE ECOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENT IN SHOUGUANG Loan 3400 18 Jun 2018 XINGMEI ENVIRONMENT CONSTRUCTION CO., JIANGSU | JIANGSU CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 5,805,894.00 3,974,184.00
AUXILIARY WORKS IN NANZHAI RESERVOIR EXPANSION AND BUILDING ENGINEERING IN CHANGLE COUNTY Loan 3400 18 Jun 2018 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING BUREAU | HEBEI CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 1,347,231.00 961,157.00
CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT FOR WATER POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES Loan 3400 21 Sep 2017 WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF | JINAN CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 589,500.00 89,584.00
WUHE RIVER IMPROVEMENT ENGINEERING (PHASE II) HUANTAI, SHANDONG Loan 3400 20 Jul 2017 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING CORP., SHANDONG | HUANTAI SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 2,056,147.00 1,326,123.00
COFFERDAM, ROAD PAVEMENT AND BUILDING WORKS IN JUDIANHU WETLAND, SHOUGUAN CITY Loan 3400 20 Jul 2017 SINOHYDRO HARBOR CO., LTD | SHOUGUANG SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 4,738,326.00 3,390,260.00
RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT IN JUDIANHU WETLAND IN SHOUGUANG CITY Loan 3400 20 Jul 2017 SINOPEC VICTORY CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING CO. | SHOUGUANG SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 5,723,453.00 4,095,116.00
JU CHENGHE RESERVOIR CAPACITY INCREASING IN GAOMI Loan 3400 20 Jul 2017 YELLOW RIVER ENGINEERING GROUP CO., LTD | JINAN SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 8,672,353.00 5,418,491.00
WATER DIVERSION FROM MIHE RIVER TO BA GOUZI RESERVOIR ENGINEERING, QINGZHOU Loan 3400 20 Jul 2017 WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING BUREAU CO., LTD | QINGZHOU SHANDONG CHINA,PEOPLE'SREP.OF Shandong Provincial Government 8,910,136.00 5,836,432.00
Project Management Specialist (24 PM, Individual, National, Advance Contracting for Project Implementation Support) Loan 3400 03 Jul 2017 Li Jinyu | No. 2000 Shunhua Road, Jinan Shandong, China, People's Rep. of Shandong Provincial Government 204,000.00 204,000.00
Pipe Connecting from Xiashan Reservoir to Chengbei Reservoir in Gaomi City (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Huantai Water Resources Constr and Instaltn Eng | Huantai, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 5,699,479.95 3,631,608.16
Pipe Connecting from Xiashan Reservoir to Chengbei Reservoir in Gaomi City(Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Sinohydro Harbour Co., Ltd. | Gaomi, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 7,014,380.03 4,329,769.33
Emergency Assistance for Recovery from Tropical Cyclone Winston Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Water Resources Engineering Construction Corp | Qingzhou City Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 8,642,661.43 5,334,859.28
Management Area in Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion Engineering, Changle County (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Geology Construction Engineering (Group) Co. | Henan China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 811,526.32 597,885.62
Xiaofu River Improvement Works Huantai Section Phase 1 (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Haobo Water Works Construction Co., Ltd. | Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 1,159,487.40 854,243.20
Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion and Building Works of Pumping Station, Production Bridge and Managing Area, Changle County (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Shandong Dayu Engineering Construction Co.Ltd. | Huantai, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 1,757,985.59 1,120,157.43
North Main Canal of Yellow River Diversion Regulation in Huantai (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Linyi Water Resources Engineering Corporation | Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 1,762,960.12 1,298,846.97
Dam Slope and Top in Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion Engineering, Changle (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Sinopec Victory Construction Engineering Co. | Huantai, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 2,085,910.75 1,329,106.12
Wuhe River Improvement Works Huantai Section -Phase 1 (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Xiashan Reservoir Water Resources and Hydropwer | Changle, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 2,094,695.04 1,543,250.06
Dong Zhulong River Improvement in Huantai County (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Linyi Water Resources Engineering Corporation | Huantai, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 2,746,371.71 1,749,939.65
3 Reservoirs of Renhe, Hei Hushan Qiyi Connecting for Water Supply, Qingzhou (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Xiashan Reservoir Water Resources and Hrydropwr | Huantai, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 2,966,262.67 1,890,050.29
Excavation and Lifting the Field in Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion Works, Changele Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Water Resources Construction Corp., Qingzhou | Qingzhou, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 3,224,690.66 2,086,820.98
Nanzhai Reservoir Expansion and Building Works Changle County (First NCB Document; Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Beijing Jingshui Construction Group Co., Ltd. | Changle,Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 4,207,665.95 3,099,964.73
3 Reservoirs of Renhe, Hei Hushan Qiyi Connecting for Water Supply, Qingzhou (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Linyi Water Resources Corporation of Shandong | Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 4,365,285.18 3,216,089.45
Matahu Wetland Recharge Works in Huantai County (Retroactive Financing) Loan 3400 07 Mar 2017 Water Resources Construction Corp., Qingzhou | Qingzhou, Shandong China, People's Republic of Shandong Provincial Government 4,633,794.76 2,998,706.28

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