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Rotterdam,
30
March
2015
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Eneco Energy Trade and the Australian company Rainforest Project Management have signed an agreement to the effect that Eneco shall invest in the preservation of 633,000 hectares of primary forest (4.5 times the size of the province of Utrecht) in Papua New Guinea. As a result, the forest (the April Salumei Sustainable Forest Management Project) can continue to contribute to the absorption of carbon, as it has for centuries, rather than being logged. Eneco shall use the related REDD+ credits (VERs), issued for this project under the supervision of theVerified Carbon Standard (VCS), as compensation for the environmental footprint of its business operations, on behalf of customers and in connection with projects.

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