China pipelines threaten Myanmar economic security-NGO

Published on Sep 06 2011 // Uncategorized
China pipelines threaten Myanmar economic security-NGO
Tue Sep 6, 2011 3:28am EDTBANGKOK, Sept 6 (Reuters) – Controversial oil and gas pipelines spanning Myanmar will deprive its people of billions of dollars worth of their own resources and risk sparking armed conflict that threatens energy security for neighboring China, activists said on Tuesday. Chinese-led...

Press Conference: Shwe Gas Movement

Published on Sep 06 2011 // Campaign Update, News Update, Related News
Press Conference: Shwe Gas Movement
September 6 , 2011, Bangkok, Thailand – Wong Aung of The Shwe Gas Movement and Lway Aye Nang of The Palaung Women’s Organization speaking at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand. The press conference marked the release of The Shwe Gas Movement’s new report Sold Out: Launch of China...

Sold Out (Press Releases)

Published on Sep 06 2011 // Campaign Update
Sold Out (Press Releases)
Shwe Gas Movement’s Sold Out Press Release: Download English language press release Download Burmese language press release Download Chinese language press release Download Thai language press release Can see more previous press release in this link : Press Releases    

Sold Out

Published on Sep 05 2011 // New SGM Report, SGM Report
Sold Out
Following recent military-rigged elections in Burma, the pace of foreign investments, particularly in the natural resource sector, is increasing. Burma’s military government is allowing China to build pipelines across the country which will drain Burma of its massive natural gas reserves, dashing hopes...

Battleground from Shwe Gas Project Map

Published on Sep 04 2011 // Maps
Battleground from Shwe Gas Project Map

Oil and gas companies urged to pay attention to public interest

Published on Sep 01 2011 // News Update
Oil and gas companies urged to pay attention to public interest
NAY PYI TAW, 31 Aug-The work coordination meeting of the companies making joint venture with Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise through PSC agreements to explore and produce oil and gas at inland oilfields, was held at the Ministry of Energy here today. Present were Union Minister for Energy U Than Htay,...

CNPC terminates 6 overseas projects, estimates losses of 1.2 bln yuan

Published on Sep 01 2011 // Related News
CNPC terminates 6 overseas projects, estimates losses of 1.2 bln yuan
English.news.cn   2011-08-22 14:45:03 BEIJING, Aug. 22 (Xinhua) — China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), the country’s largest oil and gas producer, terminated six exploration projects in Libya and Niger amid ongoing political turbulence in the Middle East and North Africa, the Securities...