Esso supports black tiger shrimp release for aquatic resources reservation at Khlong Tamru Mangrove Conservation Center, Chonburi

Chon Buri Deputy Governor Thawatchai Srithong, together with director and refinery manager of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited, Suchart Phowattanasatian, along with leaders of related government agencies, Esso management and community people, jointly released one million black tiger shrimps into the sea to promote marine resources conservation and rehabilitation. This activity aims at encouraging fishermen and people in the area to properly manage aquatic resources for sustainable benefits.

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Esso supports black tiger shrimp release for aquatic resources reservation at Khlong Tamru Mangrove Conservation Center, Chonburi

The activity, being organized at Mangrove Forest Conservation Center of Klong Tumru in Chonburi on 7 April 2021, was hosted by Esso Sriracha Refinery in collaboration with Chonburi Fisheries Provincial Office, Thai Maritime Enforcement Command Center (Chonburi), and Khlong Tamru Sub district Administrative Organization. 

Esso Sriracha Refinery recognizes the value of natural resources restoration and environmental conservation. The Refinery has earlier supported many social contribution activities, e.g. mangrove reforestation at Ban Laem Chabang community, building brain-based learning playgrounds, and coral planting for marine conservation.

For more information, please contact Public and Government Affairs, Esso Sriracha Refinery:

Sopitlada Damnoenpong. Tel: 033-142426  Email:  sopitlada.damnoenpong@exxonmobil.com

Pattheera Khanunthongj. Tel: 033-142724  Email:  pattheera.khanunthong@exxonmobil.com