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Gas Pipelines and Green Politics in South and Southeast Asia

This article explores the social and environmental impacts of gas pipelines in the developing, or majority, world. It examines three cross-border pipeline projects at various stages of development [Yadana, Thai-Malaysian, Shwe pipelines] that stretch from India, through Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand, to Malaysia. [refers to Total, Myanmar Oil and Gas Enterprise (MOGE), Unocal, PTT, Petronas]

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