Water Resources & Hydropower

The Study and Development to Increase the Capabilities for Sustainable Management of Natural Water Resource Systems and Waterways

Client : Department of Water Resources  

The Department of Water Resources has substantial plans to develop, improve, conserve, and rehabilitate natural water resources and waterways in order to increase their efficiencies in both water distribution and drainage aspects. Hence, a master plan and a strategic plan for the development are to be prepared accordingly.

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Feasibility Study and EIA of the Monkey Cheeks of the Wetland Area to the North of Nakhon Sawan

Client : Royal Irrigation Department 

Floods that regularly occur in the Chao Phraya River Basin have a major impact on the country’s economy. As the situation is getting worse and floods are becoming more frequent, development of the lowland on both banks of the river to serve as the catchment area for inundation is necessary. It will also be another option for water resource management.

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Kaem Ling “Khlong Maha Chai-Khlong Sanam Chai”

Client : Royal Irrigation Department 

Kaem Ling “Khlong Maha Chai-Khlong Sanam Chai” is a royally-initiated project of HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej. By constructing necessary regulators across the canals with pumping station, this “Kaem Ling” would work to collect and store flood water from upper area into Khlong Maha Chai and Khlong Sanam Chai and drain out to the sea via Khlong Maha Chai, Khlong Khun Racha Pinitjai, and canals connecting Khlong Maha Chai to the sea.

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Nam Kam Basin Development

Client : Royal Irrigation Department 

In 1992, HM King Bhumibol Adulyadej gave an initiation to the Royal Irrigation Department to undertake the Nam Kam Basin Development Project to provide water resource for agriculture and consumption for communities in Sakon Nakhon Province’s Mueang Sakon Nakhon and Khok Si Suphan districts, and Nakhon Phanom Province’s Wang Yang Minor District, Na Kae, Pla Pak, Renu Nakhon, and That Phanom districts. The project consists of seven regulators with the capacity of 52.1 MCM, and 26 pumping stations which can provide water for an irrigation area of 42,200 rai.

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