A PLANET IN DANGER: the world of CHEVRON

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More than 30 territories in the world tell their stories about impacts of Chevron activities

(Español abajo) This map shows 30+ cases of conflict worldwide due to Chevron activities (click on points on the map or scroll down the page to know more about the cases). It is the result of a collaborative project between the research group at EJAtlas at ICTA - Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, A SUD - Ecologia e Cooperazione ONLUS y CDCA - Centro di Documentazione sui Conflitti Ambientali, Italy and the Unión de Afectados por Texaco - UDAPT, Ecuador. The Chevron Corporation constitutes an emblematic example of corporate violation of human rights against people on their lands; the company also uses the international architecture of impunity in order not to assume its responsibility for the damages caused. Moreover, according to  a study published in Climatic Change, Chevron is the company which contaminated the planet most with its carbon dioxide emissions during 150 years. The aim of this map is therefore to show major conflicts concerning extractive activities led by the Chevron Corporation as well as peoples' resistance and struggles.

In a considerable number of cases registered, Chevron seeks to avoid liability for environmental damages. The international “polluter pays” principle has not been applied. On the contrary, it demonstrates the systematic impunity of transnational corporations. The 30+ cases introduced on the map show that there are common characteristics in many countries and that they are not isolated “negative externalities” but due to a systematic pattern of violations by the transnationals. Most of the conflicts are geographically situated in natural landscapes with an important biodiversity (e.g. Amazon, Rocky Mountains, Islas de San Andrés, Niger Delta). The company is responsible for several accidents having caused oil spills such as in the campo de Frade, Brazil in 2011 (more than 380.000 liters of oil in the sea). In November 2014, children of a school close to Karachaganak in Kazakhstan suffered from chronic intoxication.

There are scientific evidences of the health consequences of the local population (e.g. Tamboi Klai, Thailand). In some cases cancer rates have been rising as well as other as malnutrition, cases of depression and other mental illness. Other impacts are murder or rape as consequence of increasing violence in the territory. 

Many socio-economic and cultural issues affect the local population who usually have few resources and are more dependent on agriculture, fishing, and local trade, which has been destroyed by the company (e.g. Cabunda Gulf, Angola; Nigeria). The threat to food sovereignty affects in particular the ancestral cultures of indigenous peoples (e.g. Canada, Ecuador). Tax evasion (e.g. Australia) also undermines the financial resources of the states intended to assume public services, for example in the education and health sectors.

The political lobbying of Chevron affects states' sovereignty and permits the company to develop polluting activities in compliance with their governments (e.g. Richmond EEUU). Also the lack of transparency of its financial transactions and its refusal to disclose contract conditions with the States (e.g. Argentina) does not allow population to evaluate the impact of these activities in their country. 

The criminalization of the victims of Chevron and human rights violations are part of a strategy to attack people who defend their territory. That is how Chevron maintains its impunity at the expenses of the massive human rights violations (e.g. Riau, Indonesia). (-> Stop Corporate Impunity Campaign)

The struggles of affected people still go on. Thanks to the experiences to date, many can  mobilize different strategies to prevent such human rights violations. Legal cases in national Courts such as Ecuador, participation in global campaigns and the creation of platforms by affected people to exchange expertise, roadblocks (e.g. Unistoten, Canada), data base production and popular epidemiology (e.g. Kazakhstan), among others. Moreover, in many cases, as the report “Towards a Post-Oil Civilization” shows (published by EJOLT project) that the population refuses the extraction of fossil fuels as the only path to development, and calls for them to be left in the ground. Also they plead for a different kind of welfare and “buen vivir”. The permanent refusal of Chevron Corporation to assume their liability has led the communities to initiate various judicial trials, to claim an appropriate compensation in order to remedy the damage. Ecuador's precedent has brought hope those who seek environmental justice. Although, despite 22 years of litigation in different countries, the communities could not obtain justice yet. No jurisdiction has been able to execute the historical sentence of 9.5 billions dollars issued by the Supreme Court of Ecuador.  This map is the result of a convergence of fights of affected communities all over the world. It invites to continue cooperation to denounce human and environmental rights violations as well as to claim justice for collective damages caused to the people and lands.

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Cases

Alberta Tar Sands, Canada 
Country: Canada
Company: Athabasca Oil Sands Corp (Canada) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Baytex Energy Trust (Canada) Bonavista Energy Trust (Canada) British PetroleumBP (United Kingdom) Legacy (Canada) Canadian Natural Resources Ltd (Canada) Canadian Oil Sands Trust (Canada) CanWest Petroleum Corp (Canada) Cenovus Energy Inc (Canada) INPEX Corporation (Japan) Connacher Oil and Gas Ltd (Canada) ConocoPhillips (United States of America ) Devon Energy Corp (United States of America ) Enbridge Inc (Canada) EnCana Corp (Canada) Enerplus Resources Fund (Canada) ExxonMobil Corporation (United States of America ) Harvest Energy Trust (Canada) Husky Energy Inc (Canada) Imperial Oil Ltd (Canada) Inter Pipeline Fund (Canada) Kinder Morgan (United States of America ) Koch Resources LLC (United States of America ) Korea National Oil Corp (Republic of Korea) Marathon Oil Corp (United States of America ) Statoil (Norway) SinopecChina Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (China) Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands) Petro-Canada (Canada) JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corp (Japan) Occidental PetroleumOXY (United States of America ) Total (France)
Affected People: 150000
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Greenpeace, Environmental Defence, Indigenous Environmental Network, International Treaty Organization, Rainforest Action Network, Sierra Club, Concerned Scientists, David Suzuki Foundation, NRDC, org, Amnesty International, Canadian Wilderness Commitee, Ducks Unlimited, etc.

Cabinda Gulf oil&gas exploitation, Angola 
Country: Angola
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) ROC oil (Australia) Texaco Petroleum Co. (United States of America ) Ente Nazionale IdrocarburiEni (Italy) Total (France) ELF (France) ExxonMobil Corporation (United States of America ) Cabinda Gulf Oil Company LimitedCABGOC (Angola) operates as a subsidiary of Chevron Corporation
Headline: In June 2002 Angola imposed a fine for causing environmental damage on Chevron operating in waters of Cabinda Gulf because spill from poorly maintained pipes, polluted beaches and forced fishermen to stop work. Chevron has denied any responsibility.
Affected People: 300.000 [4]
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: http://www.cabinda.net/ FLEC - Angola, Global Witness - England, Human Rights Watch - USA, Gremio ABC, Mpalabanda

Chevron Activities Degrade Izombe Community, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Addaxx Petroleum Limited (China) SinopecChina Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (China)
Headline: Chevron have been accused of illegal dumping of toxic waste and unabated oil spills in the area, the people demand that Chevron should take responsibility for total remediation of the area.
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action, MEND - Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta CLEEN Foundation Oguta Human Rights Monitoring Committee

Chevron and Shell Ravage Escravos, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Shell Petroleum Development CompanySPDC (Nigeria) Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationNNPC (Nigeria)
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action

Chevron's Gorgon gas extraction meet with labour unions' opposition, Australia 
Country: Australia
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: Labour unions across Australia, New Zealand and US join hands to oppose Chevron's unfair treatment of workers and lack of safety in one of the biggest gas extraction stations in the world
Project Status: Under construction
Ejos: Trade Unions like Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) and International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF), International Transport Workers Federation (ITWF)

Chevron port project in Tambon Klai, Thailand 
Country: Thailand
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: After five years of trying to bring the project about against the opposition from local residents, Chevron had to withdraw; the Tha Sa La community was named as the winner of the National Health Commission (NHC) award for 2013.
Affected People: N/A
Project Status: Stopped
Ejos: Civil Society Planning Network

Chevron Refinery in Richmond, CA, USA 
Country: United States of America
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Affected People: 15,000-30,000
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: The West County Toxics Coalition, Communities for a Better Environment, Golden Gate University Environmental Law and Justice Clinic, APEN (Asian Pacific Environmental Network)

Chevron Shale Gas, Romania 
Country: Romania
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: Chevron closed its operations in Romania in 2015, due to the public pressure but also because of the international context (low oil prices)
Project Status: Planned (decision to go ahead eg EIA undertaken, etc)

Chevron-Texaco oil extraction and legal case, Ecuador 
Country: Ecuador
Company: Texaco Petroleum Co. (United States of America ) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Petroecuador (Ecuador)
Headline: Over 60 billion liters of toxic waste and 650,000 barrels of oil spilled in the Amazon forest; the company facing international trial and EJOs advocating for "Leave Oil in the Soil" and for abandoning extractivism
Project Status: Stopped
Ejos: Accion Ecologica - Ecuador, Amazon Watch - USA, Amnesty International, Oxfam America, UNICEF, EDF - USA, Amazon Defense Coalition (FDA) Ecuador, Assembly of people affected by the Texaco case - Ecuador, Rainforest Action Network, Centro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental, Frente de Defensa de la Amazonia - Amazon Defense Coalition, Global Campaign to Dismantle Corporate Power, Permanent Peoples Tribunal

Derrame de petroleo en el campo de Frade, Brasil 
Country: Brazil
Company: Frade Japão Petróleo Ltda (Japan) Petrobras (Brazil) Chevron Brasil Upstream Frade (United States of America ) Transocean (Switzerland) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: In 2011 a spill of crude oil of great proportion was registered in the sea, following the rupture of a pipeline. At the moment, a criminal action is ongoing but Chevron still operates freely on Brazilian territory
Affected People: N/D
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: ONG SkyTruth (http://skytruth.org/) Greenpeace

Exploracion Hidrocarburos en San Andres Islas, Colombia 
Country: Colombia
Company: Empresa Colombiana de Petróleos Repsol (Spain) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Affected People: 73300
Project Status: Proposed (exploration phase)
Ejos: Fundación Providence, Comision Intereclesial de Justicia y Paz, CENSAT AGUA VIVA, RED COLOMBIANA FRENTE A LA GRAN MINERIA TRANSNACIONAL (RECLAME)

Gas Wellhead Explosion in Koluama, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationNNPC (Nigeria)
Affected People: 250000
Project Status: Stopped
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action/ Friends of the Earth Nigeria. (ERA/FoEN), Nigerian Media.

Opposition to oil&gas exploitation, New Zealand 
Country: New Zealand
Company: Statoil (Norway) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands)
Headline: Workers and environmentalists ally to oppose prospections and deep shore drilling by oil giants Chevron, Statoil and Shell. They reject use of national resources for private profits
Project Status: Planned (decision to go ahead eg EIA undertaken, etc)
Ejos: Members of the Maritime Union of New Zealand (MUNZ) ; International Transport Workers Federation (ITF); Greenpeace

Chevron North Apoi explosion impacts at Ikebiri Community, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Agip Group (Italy) Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Nigeria Agip Oil CompanyNAOC (Nigeria)
Headline: Chevron North Apoi explosion has affected many communities in Bayelsa state. Ikebiry community members suffer from polluted waters, dying fisheries and poor health care to cope with a dying environment
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action - ERA

Chrevron's activities in Riau province, Indonesia 
Country: Indonesia
Company: Chevron Pacific IndonesiaCPI (Indonesia) Chevron Pacific Indonesia-Sumatra Light North (Indonesia) Chevron Pacific Indonesia-Sumatra Light South (Indonesia) Chevron Pacific Indonesia-Heavy Oil (Indonesia) Green Planet (Indonesia) Sumigita (Indonesia) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: Chevron’s production in Riau province, has been plagued by economic and environmental injustice but Chevron has repressed the protests. In May 2013, the anti-corruption court convicted two directors of two Chevron’s Indonesian contractors for corruption.
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Peasant Group Rantau Bais Terpadu[6]; Friends of the Earth Indonesia-http://www.foei.org/member-groups/asia-pacific/indonesia

Karachaganak Oil and Gas Condensate field, Kazakhstan 
Country: Kazakhstan
Company: KazMunaiGazKMG (Kazakhstan) Eni group (Italy) BG Group (United Kingdom) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Lukoil (Russian Federation)
Affected People: 1,200-1,400
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Public organization Jasil Dala Crude Accountability EJO Green Salvation EJO Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law Public association Shanyrak Tan NGO

La huella de Chevron en el Lago de Maracaibo y otras regiones, Venezuela  
Country: Venezuela
Company: Petróleos de VenezuelaPDVSA (Venezuela) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: Chevron operations in Venezuela meet with low opposition, despite the severe environmental impacts. The oil giant operates together with the state-led oil company PDVSA and aims to adventure in a new extractivist frontier, the Orinoco oil belt
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Periodico El Libertario, http://periodicoellibertario.blogspot.com.es/

Loma de La Lata y Vaca Muerta en Neuquen, Argentina 
Country: Argentina
Company: Repsol, Chevron, YPF, Petrobras
Headline: 2016-03-15 08:59:01 -0400
Project Status: La exposición prolongada a metales pesados a través del agua o de los alimentos tiene impactos notables en la salud. Los hidrocarburos aromáticos (como el benceno y tolueno) son altamente cancerígenos, y metales como el plomo y mercurio, presentes en el crudo, afectan al sistema nervioso. La intoxicación crónica puede tardar 10 años en manifestarse, primero con señales como problemas gastrointestinales, fatiga, depresión, irritabilidad y la disminución de la capacidad mental para el razonamiento, la concentración y la memoria.
Ejos: Comunidad Mapuche Paynemil, Comunidad Mapuche Kaxipayiñ y la Confederación Mapuche de Neuquén. Multisectorial contra el Fracking. Observatorio Petrolero del Sur

Massive Oil Spill at Ilaje Communities, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Nigeria Agip Oil CompanyNAOC (Nigeria) Agip Group (Italy) Eni group (Italy) ExxonMobil Corporation (United States of America ) Express Oil and Gas Limited (Nigeria) Cavendish Petroleum Nigeria Ltd (Nigeria) Conoil PLC (Nigeria) Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationNNPC (Nigeria)
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action

Multinational Oil Companies on the Niger Delta, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) ELF (France) Agip Group (Italy) Total Exploration and Production Nigeria LimitedTEPNL (Nigeria) Nigeria Agip Oil CompanyNAOC (Nigeria) Elf Petroleum Nigeria LimitedEPNL (Nigeria) Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationNNPC (Nigeria) Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (Nigeria)
Headline: Coutless number of oil spills in the Niger Delta and immunity of the responsible oil companies. Still, late 2015, Shell was held accountable by Dutch justice.
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: ERA (Environmental Rights Action - Friends of the Earth Nigeria), Kebetkache Women’s Resource and Development Centre, HOMEF (Nigeria), Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND), Friends of the Earth Netherlands, MOSOP, Osservatorio Eni - Italia, Uzere People, Comunit Biseni, Ogoni People, Ijaw People, JRC, Social Action Nigeria, Amnesty International, Justice in Nigeria Now (USA)

Oil Pipeline Doba-Kribi, Chad-Cameroon  
Country: Chad
Company: ExxonMobil Corporation (United States of America ) Texaco Petroleum Co. (United States of America ) Tchad Oil Transportation Company Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Cameroon Oil Transportation CompanyCOTCO PETRONAS (Malaysia) Société Camerounaise des Dépôts PétrôliersSCDP (Cameroon)
Headline: The Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline has had negative impacts on local population livelihood and is a meager source of income for alleviating poverty.
Affected People: 22000
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Indigenous Bakola Pygmies of Cameroon, Yaounde Peoples Tribunal, Foundation for Environment and Development in Cameroon (FEDEV), Fondation camerounaise d'actions rationalisées et de formation sur l'environnement (FOCARFE), Bantu Communities (Cameroon), ACDE (Cameroon), Fondation Camerounaise d'Actions Rationalisées et de formation sur l'Environnement: FOCARFE (Cameroon), Survival International, Center for the Environment and Development (CED), Friends of the Earth (Cameroon), Forest Peoples Programme (FPP), Planet Survey Sustainable Environment Development (PSEDD), Civil Society Challenge Fund (UK), EDF (USA), Both Ends (Netherlands)

Oil Spill at Makaraba Village, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Nigerian National Petroleum CorporationNNPC (Nigeria) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Project Status: Unknown
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action

Zurawlow shalegas field and Chevron withdrawal, Poland 

Resistance to Chevron-YPF Fracking, Argentina 
Country: Argentina
Company: Yacimientos Petroliferos FiscalesYPF Argentina (Argentina)partner with Chevron Corp. Dow Chemical Company (United States of America )also partnering with YPF in region Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: Hacia inicios de 2016 más de 500 pozos de shale estaban operativos, convirtiendo a la comunidad en la zona más afectada por el fracking en todo el mundo, por fuera de EEUU
Affected People: 599683
Project Status: Planned (decision to go ahead eg EIA undertaken, etc)
Ejos: Obervatorio Petrolero Sur (OPSur); OilWatch; Neuquén Platform Against Fracking; Mapuche Confederation unions;

Greenpeace's resistance to deepwater drilling in Shetland Islands, United Kingdom  
Country: United Kingdom
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Faroe Petroleum (United Kingdom)
Headline: Edimburgh court ordered Greenpeace to stop its direct action against the Chevron’s prospect for deepwater drilling. Greenpeace swimmers against a Chevron-chartered ship and expert climbers spent four days hanging off the ship.
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Greenpeace international http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/

Resistance to fracking in Chihuahua, Mexico 
Country: Mexico
Company: PEMEX (Mexico) Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Shell Oil Company (United States of America ) Halliburton (United States of America ) Schlumberger (United States of America )
Affected People: 809000
Project Status: Proposed (exploration phase)
Ejos: Alianza Mexicana Contra el Fracking

Pungesti's resistance to Chevron Gas Fracking, Romania 
Country: Romania
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) OMV Petrom S.A. (Romania) Halliburton (United States of America ) Hunt Oil (United States of America ) Panfora Oil & Gas (Romania) Romgaz (Romania) NIS Petrol (Serbia)
Headline: Energy company Chevron has been forced to suspend its plans to drill an exploration well for shale gas in the village of Pungesti, in eastern Romania, after the local community protested and blocked the company from entering the area for two months .
Project Status: Stopped
Ejos: Frackoff Romania coalition SOS Rosia Montana coalition Friends of the Earth Europe Food and Water Watch Europe

Oil giants Shell and Chevron Canalization polluted Tsekelewu Community, Nigeria 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Corporation Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands) Chevron Nigeria Limited (Nigeria) Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (Nigeria) Sahara Group Ltd. (Nigeria)
Headline: Oil extraction from the '80s have brought heavy pollution, now exacerbated by gas flaring stations and canals from the Atlantic Ocean by Shell and Chevron to access their oil facilities
Project Status: Proposed (exploration phase)
Ejos: Environmental Rights Action (ERA)

Tengiz Oilfield and Processing Plant, Kazakhstan 
Country: Kazakhstan
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) ExxonMobil Corporation (United States of America ) KazMunaiGazKMG (Kazakhstan) Lukoil (Russian Federation)
Affected People: 3,500-4,000
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: NGO: -Kaspiy Tabigati -Crude Accountability -ECOMangistau - DEMOS Scientific community, headed by PhD Muftah Diarov.

Unistoten Camp v. the PTP pipeline, BC, Canada 
Country: Canada
Company: Apache Corp. EnCana Corp (Canada) EOG Resources Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) Royal Dutch Shell (Netherlands) Shell Canada Limited (Canada) Mitsubishi Corp. (Japan) Korean Gas Corporation (Republic of Korea) LNG Canada consortium (Canada)
Headline: Blockadia action against the oil pipeline meant to bring tar sand to the Pacific coast. Indigenous communities advocate a system of natural Laws that are based on their Indigenous Laws or Responsibilities
Project Status: Planned (decision to go ahead eg EIA undertaken, etc)
Ejos: Algonquins of Barriere Lake, Anishinabek Oshkimaadiziig Unity Camp, Anti-Colonial Solidarity Collective-Montreal, Asubpeeschoseewagong (Grassy Narrows) Land Defenders, Boreal Forest Network, Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 3903 First Nations Solidarity Working Group, Climate Justice Research/Action (Science for Peace), Council of Canadians, Deep Green Resistance, Independent Jewish Voices-Toronto, Indigenous Action Movement, Indigenous Defenders of the Land Network, Indigenous Environmental Network, Indigenous Network on Economies and Trade, Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement-Ottawa, Indigenous People’s Solidarity Movement-Winnipeg, Indigenous Reoccupation of Ancestral Lands- Ancestral Pride Ahousaht Sovereign Territory, Indigenous Sovereignty and Solidarity Network-Toronto, International League of People’s Struggles-Canada, Leadnow, Média Recherche Action, Mining Justice Alliance, Mother Earth Justice Advocates, Native Youth Movement, No One Is Illegal-Toronto, No One Is Illegal-Vancouver Coast Salish Territories, Rising Tide-Vancouver Coast Salish Territories, Rising Tide-Toronto, ShitHarperDid, Sierra Club-Prairie Chapter, Stop the Pave, Streams of Justice, Submedia.tv, Tadamon, Toronto Bolivia Solidarity, Truth Fool, Turning the Tide Bookstore, Vancouver Island Community Forest Action Network.

West African Gas Pipeline, from Nigeria to Ghana 
Country: Nigeria
Company: Chevron Corporation (United States of America ) West African Gas Pipeline Company Limited (Ghana)
Headline: Despite initial opposition to the construction of the WAGP and current operation problems and insufficiencies, the pipeline is in operation.
Affected People: 50,000 people might be displaced
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Friends of the Earth Ghana Friends of the Earth Nigeria/Environmental Rights Action

Yadana Gas field and pipeline, Myanmar 
Country: Myanmar
Company: Total (France) Petroleum Authority of Thailand Exploration & ProductionPTTEP (Thailand) Myanmar Oil and Gas EnterpriseMOGE (Myanmar) Chevron Corporation (United States of America )
Headline: US oil giant Chevron and other companies and their business in Burma after a provision to stop operating was removed from the latest round of US sanctions on the country, aggravating the violence of Burmese regime
Project Status: In operation
Ejos: Earth Rights International

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