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Company non-response
26 October 2011

GAIL (Gas Authority of India Ltd.) did not respond to: Shwe Gas Movement report claims displacement, forced labour, violence, deaths in the construction of the gas pipeline.

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15 June 2011

Burma: EarthRights report alleges Chinese, Korean, Indian oil firms linked to abuses at Shwe pipeline - includes company responses

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 29 March 2011 EarthRights International released a report, entittled "The Burma-China Pipelines: Human Rights Violations, Applicable Law, and Revenue Secrecy", which "link[ed] major Chinese and Korean companies to widespread land confiscation, and...

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5 June 2011

Bholakpur tanneries shifting hits roadblock [India]

Author: Koride Mahesh, TNN

A proposal to shift tanneries and plastic traders out of Bholakpur...[a]fter the Bholakpur water contamination incident, which claimed 14 lives in May 2009...hit a new roadblock with the Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL) raising objections over...

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Company non-response
19 January 2011

GAIL (Gas Authority of India Ltd.) did not respond to: EarthRights says Norwegian Govt. complicit in abuses in Burma through investment in oil companies operating there including Gail of India.

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15 December 2010

Norway Complicit in Human Rights Abuses in Burma

Author: EarthRights

The 40-page publication...documents how the Norwegian Pension Fund-Global (Fund) has USD $4.7 billion invested in 15 oil and gas companies from eight countries operating in Burma. The report finds these companies complicit in abuses such as forced...

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24 August 2010

India Inc.’s increasing presence on the Burma “Dirty List”

Author: Priyanka Joseph, Responsible Investor

India is a major investor in Burma’s thriving energy sector...[T]wo Indian government-controlled companies, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (through its subsidiary, ONGC Videsh) and Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL), are partners…in the consortium...

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26 March 2010

Blood Money: A Grounded Theory of Corporate Citizenship Myanmar (Burma) as a Case in Point

Author: Nicky Black, University of Waikato

From 2006 to 2009, Nicky Black studied corporate citizenship in the oil and gas sector in Myanmar…The resulting PhD thesis, ‘Blood Money. A Grounded Theory of Corporate Citizenship’...describes the drivers for more ‘responsible’ corporate engagement...

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1 September 2009

[PDF] Total Impact: The Human Rights, Environmental, and Financial Impacts of Total and Chevron's Yadana Gas Project in Military-Ruled Burma (Myanmar)

Author: EarthRights International

...[New] evidence collected through 2009 attests to the on-going violent abuses committed by the Burma Army providing security for the companies [Chevron and Total] and the [Yadana] project... [This] report further documents the Burma Army's role in...

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5 June 2009

Labour disputes - The summer of discontent [India]

Author: Gurbir Singh, Businessworld [India]

Over the past four-six months, there has been a steady increase in the number of labour disputes and flash strikes...Companies that had been spoilt by not having to deal with aggressive unions in the spell of high growth are finding it difficult to...

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20 April 2009

Mockery of governance [India]

Author: Economic Times [India]

If forcing unviable pricing was not enough, the government now wants public sector oil companies to spend 2% of their profits on social programmes. The directive makes a complete mockery of the high standards of corporate governance the government...

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