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27 Apr 2010

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Signed by 168 policy leaders, non-governmental organizations, unions, investment firms, and academics

[PDF] A Call for Total, Chevron, and PTTEP to Practice Revenue Transparency in Burma (Myanmar)

The oil companies Total, Chevron, and the Petroleum Authority of Thailand Exploration and Production (PTTEP) have an opportunity to promote transparency and accountability in the extractives sector in Burma by becoming the first oil companies to voluntarily publish their payments to the Burmese authorities…The [Yadana pipeline] project is currently one of the single largest sources of revenue for the Burmese authorities…We the undersigned believe that if Total, Chevron, and PTTEP publish comprehensive data and information about their payments to the Burmese authorities since 1992, the companies would send a positive message to the people of Burma and help contribute to a more constructive presence of their company in the country.

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