Further to our 26 Jun Update: Chinese National Petroleum Corporation responds to alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects.

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Author: 企业责任资源中心汇编

丹瑞天然气和中缅石油运输项目是缅甸最大的两个能源项目。来自缅甸丹瑞区域的天然气,以及来自中东和非洲缅甸的石油通过两条管道输送到中国。中国石油天然气集团(CNPC)经营该管道,并与其他公司在项目的不同方面共同运营......2013年5月为企业所定的管道完工期限,但各方对项目对环境与社会的影响持续提出关注......

在2013年4月,国际地球权益组织(ERI)和Northern Shan Farmers’ Committee(NSFC)分别发布了两份报告,详细描述了该项目到当时为止的社会与环境影响...企业责任资源中心向有关项目企业寻求有关ERI和NSFC报告的回应。[中国石油、GAIL和Punj Lloyd已提供回应。National Energy Group of Companies拒绝回应;大宇国际(Daewoo International)、现代重工(Hyundai Heavy Industries)、KOGAS、ONGC Videsh公司、Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise 缅甸石油和天然气公司(Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise)和Myanmar Golder Crown没有回应。]

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Author: 企業責任資源中心彙編

丹瑞天然氣和中緬石油運輸項目是緬甸最大的兩個能源項目。來自緬甸丹瑞區域的天然氣,以及來自中東和非洲緬甸的石油通過兩條管道輸送到中國。中國石油天然氣集團(CNPC)經營該管道,並與其他公司在項目的不同方面共同運營......2013年5月為企業所定的管道完工期限,但各方對項目對環境與社會的影響持續提出關注......

在2013年4月,國際地球權益組織(ERI)和Northern Shan Farmers' Committee(NSFC)分別發布了兩份報告,詳細描述了該項目到當時為止的社會與環境影響...企業責任資源中心向有關項目企業尋求有關ERI和NSFC報告的回應。 [中國石油、GAIL和Punj Lloyd已提供回應。 National Energy Group of Companies拒絕回應;大宇國際(Daewoo International)、現代重工(Hyundai Heavy Industries)、KOGAS、ONGC Videsh公司、Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise 緬甸石油和天然氣公司(Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise)和Myanmar Golder Crown沒有回應。 ]

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Company non-response
26 June 2013

Daewoo International (part of Posco) did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

Company non-response
26 June 2013

Hyundai Heavy Industries did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

Company non-response
26 June 2013

KOGAS (Korea Gas Corporation) did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

Company non-response
26 June 2013

National Energy Group of Companies did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

Company non-response
26 June 2013

ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation) did not respond to: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

Company response
26 June 2013

Response by Punj Lloyd: NGO reports detail alleged human rights impacts of Shwe natural gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects – company responses & non-responses provided.

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26 June 2013

Shwe gas and Myanmar-China oil transport projects – reports & company responses (Apr-Jun 2013)

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The Shwe natural gas and Myanmar-China oil transport projects are two of Myanmar’s largest energy projects. Two pipelines running through Myanmar will transport gas from the Shwe fields in Myanmar, and oil from the Middle East and Africa, to China. The Chinese National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) operates the pipelines, and works with other companies on various aspects of operations...With a May 2013 deadline imposed by the companies for the completion of the pipelines, there has been renewed attention on the projects’ human rights impacts...In April 2013, EarthRights International (ERI) and Northern Shan Farmers’ Committee (NSFC) published two separate reports detailing alleged human rights impacts that the projects have had so far...Business & Human Rights Resource Centre sought responses to the reports by ERI and NSFC...from companies involved in the project. [CNPC, GAIL and Punj Lloyd responses included; National Energy Group of Companies declined to respond; Daewoo International, Hyundai Heavy Industries, KOGAS, ONGC Videsh did not respond; Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise and Myanmar Golder Crown did not respond.]

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Company response
3 August 2013

Chinese National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) response to reports on alleged human rights impacts of Shwe gas & Myanmar-China oil transport projects

Author: Chinese National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

[Unofficial translation of title and text from original Chinese provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre] …[T]he land acquisition and compensation work shall at all times be in accordance with the laws and regulations of Myanmar; land acquisition along the pipeline shall not take villagers' arable land, or take as little arable land as possible...in case certain villagers do not agree with the land acquisition, the pipeline shall bypass their land by changing its route; the principle of "compensate villagers first, and then use the land" is followed…Standard procedures are in place for calculation of compensation…The …pipeline project is a non-polluting ecological project, with no emissions, no discharge of polluted water or any other discharge of pollutants…EIA…was carried out by the Thailand-based company IEM…[T]he design and construction of the Myanmar-China pipeline and crude oil terminal project have adopted high international engineering standards, with a strict monitoring and prevention solution in place in their operations management…

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