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Trans Thai-Malaysia (joint venture PTT and Petronas)

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27 March 2013

Pipeline EIA approval broke law, says judge - NEB panel told to review impacts study [Thailand]

Author: Bangkok Post

The approval of the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the Thai-Malaysian gas pipeline...was illegal, a Supreme Administrative Court judge said...However, judge Panuphan Chairat stopped short of ordering the revocation of the pipeline's permit,...

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7 September 2004

Barclays urged to pull out of Thai-Malaysian gas project

Author: OneWorld UK

Environmental and human rights groups are urging Barclays Bank to withdraw from the controversial Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline (TMGP) Project...[also refers to Trans Thai-Malaysia Company (joint venture PTT & Petronas)]

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4 September 2002

Thousands rally against Thai-Malaysia gas pipeline

Author: Nopporn Wong, Reuters

PTT and Petronas hold equal stakes in Trans Thai-Malaysia Co (TTM), the developer of the pipeline and separation plant scheme. Thailand's Human Rights Commission and a committee of the country's upper house parliament, the Senate, last week called on...

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