From 18th to 25th March 2019, water levels along the lower Mekong River from Thailand’s Chiang Saen to Lao PDR’s Luang Prabang were fluctuated above their long-term averages (LTAs) the same trend as last week, although no rainfall in these areas. The trend from 26th March to 01st April 2019 will be gradually slightly decreasing and still keep stays above their LTAs. For downstream reaches from Lao PDR’s Vientiane to Cambodia’s Kompong Cham, the trends will be the same as upstream part. The lower reaches from Cambodia’s Phnom Penh at Chaktomuk, koh Khel, Neak Luong to Viet Nam’s Tan Chau on the Mekong River and Chau Doc on the Bassac River will be slightly increasing and stay above their LTAs due to the abnormal rainfall in March 2019 in the floodplain area.
The Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat is reinvigorating its data, modeling and information systems to provide enhanced and timely information to the public and MRC member countries of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam, according to the Secr
Officials from National Mekong Committees and line agencies of Cambodia and Lao PDR last week agreed on joint actions of key priorities for a joint project on cross-border water resource development and management between Cambodia (Stung Treng) and Lao PD
A summary of recommendations and suggestions of proposed impact mitigation and risk management measures and a final draft technical review report (TRR) of the Lao PDR’s proposed Pak Lay hydropower
An Pich Hatda of Cambodia took the helm of the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat today, assuming the post of Chief Executive Officer.
14 Dec 2018
The Pak Lay hydropower project is proposed on the Mekong mainstream in Pak Lay district, Xayaburi province, in north-western Lao PDR..
The Pak Beng hydropower project is proposed on the Mekong ...