EarthRights report on Norwegian Govt. investments in companies active in Burma - Company responses

A December 2010 EarthRights report accused the Norwegian Government of complicity in human rights abuses in Burma, through the government pension fund's investments in oil and gas companies operating in Burma:

The Noreigan Finance Ministry response to the allegations appeared in full in Responsible Investor:

"Norwegian Finance Ministry’s response to Burma accusations: Response to Broken Ethics report", David Brooksbank, Responsible Investor, 16 Dec 2010

 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the 15 companies named in the report to respond:

Chevron responded that it supports Total's statement (Total operates the companies' joint venture in Burma)

CNOOC response [DOC]

Daewoo International - did not respond

Essar Oil response [DOC]

GAIL of India - declined to respond

Hyundai Heavy Industries -did not respond

JX Holdings -declined to respond

Korea Gas Corp. (KOGAS) response [DOC]

Kunlun Energy - did not respond

PetroChina - PetroChina said that they do not have operations in Burma; its parent company, CNPC, does.  CNPC did not respond.

Petroleum Authority of Thailand (PTT) -did not respond

POSCO -did not respond

PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) response [DOC]

Total response [DOC]

Transocean response [DOC]

 

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