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1 August 2009

Nippon Oil - Activities in Myanmar

Author: Nippon Oil

NOEX participated in the Myanmar project [Yetagun gas field] from the exploration stage. After the appraisal activities and the construction of the production and shipping facilities including the pipeline, the project is now at the stable production...

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4 August 2009

Total Chief: Critics Can ‘Go to Hell’

Author: Irrawaddy

The CEO of…Total said critics of the company’s operations in Burma “can go to hell,” according to an interview published by Newsweek...Total has been involved in the Yadana project since the 1990s, working in partnership with…Unocal [now part of...

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6 August 2009

[DOC] Japanese Government Involvement in Natural Gas Development in Burma

Author: Burma Information Network

Yetagun Natural Gas Field: Stakes Held by Project Partners: Petronas Carigali: 40.91% (Operator); Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise: 20.45%; PTT Exploration and Production: 19.32%; Nippon Oil Exploration Myanmar: 19.32%...The onshore portion of the...

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12 August 2009
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Author: Grégoire Lecalot, France Info

Au lendemain de la condamnation de l’opposante birmane Aung San Suu Kyi, le pétrolier français Total, qui exploite le champ gazier de Yadana, en Birmanie, est au centre des critiques. De nombreuses voix s’élèvent à travers le monde pour demander la...

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1 September 2009

Carbon Disclosure Project finds improved disclosure of emissions among world's largest companies - Bayer, BASF, HSBC, Wal-Mart, Chevron lead

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1 September 2009

[PDF] Carbon Disclosure Project 2009 - Global 500 Report

Author: Carbon Disclosure Project

Following the increase in the number of CDP signatories, the standard of disclosure over the past seven years since the inception of CDP has increased dramatically... The number of Asian companies responding to CDP 2009 increasedby 39% (51 to 71) from...

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1 September 2009

[PDF] Total Impact: The Human Rights, Environmental, and Financial Impacts of Total and Chevron's Yadana Gas Project in Military-Ruled Burma (Myanmar)

Author: EarthRights International

...[New] evidence collected through 2009 attests to the on-going violent abuses committed by the Burma Army providing security for the companies [Chevron and Total] and the [Yadana] project... [This] report further documents the Burma Army's role in...

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10 September 2009

Burma: Two EarthRights reports accuse Chevron & Total's Yadana pipeline of links to forced labour & killings, undermining sanctions; also cites banks OCBC, DBS

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10 September 2009

Junta Gas Profits Stashed in Singapore Banks: ERI

Author: Simon Roughneen, Irrawaddy [Thailand]

...[On] Thursday, Earthrights International (ERI) launched two reports alleging that...Total and Chevron are linked to “forced labor, killings, high-level corruption and authoritarianism” in Burma. The reports...examine how revenue from the Yadana gas...

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11 September 2009

September 2009 EarthRights reports re Burma & company responses

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

EarthRights International published two reports in September 2009 alleging links between Chevron and Total's Yadana gas pipeline in Burma, and human rights abuses there. The reports also alleged that government revenues from the Yadana gas pipeline...

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