Peru LNG operations consist of a 408km natural gas transportation pipeline that traverses many diverse landscapes and ecosystems. This case study explains how a Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) was developed in order to protect biodiversity during the construction and operation of the pipeline. The BAP was developed utilising a phased approach that started in the early planning stages and will continue through assessment, construction, operations, and closure.
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