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Publications from the Shwe Gas Movement

by Michael last modified 2006-12-26 10:14

Publications from the Shwe Gas Movement

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Supply and Command

A comprehensive 50-page report on the impacts of the Shwe project. Released July 2006.
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The Shwe Gas Bulletin

Monthly bulletin with the latest news about the Shwe Gas Project. Download PDF versions in English or Burmese languages:

Vol 2, issue 6, January 2007English

Vol 2, issue 5, December 2006English
Vol 2, issue 4, October-November 2006English
Vol 2, issue 3, September 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 2, issue 2, August 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 2, issue 1, July 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 12, June 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 11, April 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 10, February 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 9, January 2006EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 8, November 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 7, October 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 6, September 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 5, July 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 4, June 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 3, May 2005EnglishBurmese
Vol 1, issue 2, April 2005

Vol 1, issue 1, March 2005English

Learn More About the SHWE Gas Movement

Topics in this section:

* The SHWE Gas Movement:
* The Shwe Project: All about the ongoing exploration, drilling, and exploitation of "Shwe" gas off the coast of Arakan State in Western Burma.
* Campaign Goals: Why postponing the exploitation of this gas is a high priority for the people of Burma and the international community.

Learn more about:

* SHWE Stakeholders: Parties with direct or indirect interest in the processes and outcomes of this development project.
* The Issues: The four main issues driving the SHWE Gas Movement's campaign.
* The Latest News: Stay abreast of the most recent SHWE Gas Movement-related news

Take action:

* Take Action: Learn what you can help stop the ongoing Shwe Project and help the people of Burma.

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