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Chad and World Bank: PWYP urges all stakeholders to resume talks to end current stalemate over oil revenue management law dispute

Author: Publish What You Pay (PWYP) coalition, Published on: 3 February 2006

ExxonMobil and other oil companies operating in Chad should...play their part in salvaging the revenue management system in Chad. With the freezing of the escrow account into which ExxonMobil has been paying revenues, the Chadian government demanded that the ExxonMobil-led consortium make revenue payments directly to the government. We ask the Consortium to resist these demands. [also refers to Chevron, Petronas] [Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited ExxonMobil to respond, but it declined to do so.]

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Related companies: Chevron ExxonMobil Petronas