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ONGC (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation)

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in India

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Former UN Global Compact participant.  De-listed for not communicating on progress

 

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20 November 2006

Myanmar: In harm's way - A proposed pipeline in Myanmar has farmers worried about their land and human rights activists up in arms

Author: Daniel Pepper, Fortune

The Indian government is proposing the construction of a pipeline running from the Shwe gas fields 20 miles off Myanmar's coast overland to India...experts say gas could begin pumping by 2009...The field is being developed by South Korea's Daewoo...

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26 September 2006

New laws hit Sudan funds

Author: Gilbert Chan, Sacramento Bee

Students reveled Monday in a major victory for their divestment movement as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed two bills requiring California's public pension funds to shed Sudan-related holdings...Assembly Bill 2941...requires that CalPERS and CalSTRS...

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14 August 2006

Evading link with Sudan - UM [University of Maryland] foundation pledges not to invest in 4 firms [USA]

Author: Gadi Dechter, Baltimore Sun [USA]

In response to student activists, and in step with a nationwide trend among college endowments, the University System of Maryland Foundation has pledged to avoid investing in four companies it believes help the government of Sudan commit genocide in...

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11 July 2006

Korean, Indian firms urged to withdraw from Myanmar

Author: Reuters

Myanmar activists urged a Korean-Indian consortium on Wednesday to quit an offshore gas project they fear could lead to human rights abuses and prop up the military junta with billions of dollars in royalties. Shwe Gas Movement...called on the venture...

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7 July 2006

Drilling for the Burmese Junta

Author: Norwatch

The rig “Frontier Duchess” is believed to have carried out the work in the Shwe field in block 1-A and Shwe-3. But Frontier Drilling’s management will not supply details about either the Daewoo assignment or the exact time the operations took place. ...

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1 July 2006

Human rights groups call on Daewoo Intl. consortium to withdraw from Burma - Daewoo says still at exploration stage, too early to discuss human rights concerns

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1 July 2006

[PDF] full report: "Supply and Command - Natural Gas in Western Burma set to entrench military rule"

Author: Shwe Gas Movement

[Report focuses on Shwe gas project operated by a consortium of: Daewoo International, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation of India, Gas Authority of India, Korean Gas Corporation. Also refers to international companies "that are or have been operating...

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1 April 2006

[PDF] "Understanding Multinational Corporations in War-torn Societies: Sudan in Focus"

Author: Luke A. Patey, Danish Institute for International Studies

Just as MNCs can act as sources of economic and social development, they can also factor into the reasoning of contemporary civil war. MNCs can have a negative influence on conflict by upsetting environmental and social balances in the local...

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17 March 2006

UC [University of California] regents vote to divest from companies doing business in Sudan

Author: Michelle Locke, Associated Press

University of California regents voted Thursday to divest from several companies doing business with Sudan in protest of the humanitarian crisis in the country's Darfur region...Specifically, UC is divesting from Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., China...

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16 March 2006

UC Regents vote to divest from companies with business ties to Sudan Government and acts of genocide

Author: University of California Board of Regents

The University of California Board of Regents voted today (Mar. 16) to divest from several companies involved in significant business activities that provide revenue to the Sudanese government to continue acts of genocide in Darfur, marking the first...

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