China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), which backs the Shwe gas and oil pipelines from the Bay of Bengal to Yunnan, has been named the fourth largest company in the world[…]
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China received 1.87 billion cubic metres of gas during the first active year of the Shwe pipeline, according to a statement by China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC). The state-run enterprise[…]
The controversial China-backed Shwe Gas project sets a bad example for future investments in Burma’s extractive industries and should be suspended pending genuine regulatory reforms, a new report said on Monday.
Legal consequences may result from cancellation of Myitsone Dam owing to the agreements already made by Burmese government
Ceremony held in Mandalay to celebrate welding commencement as locals fear for their livelihoods with worries over compensation
Beijing reportedly looking to encourage speedier construction of the Shwe pipeline with a sweetner of $6 million for Burmese hospitals
100-plus interviewees tell rights group that they are against the trans-Burma oil and gas pipeline, as reports of abuses stack up
Some $20m worth of Saudi oil likely to be pumped across Burma daily via the Shwe pipeline to feed China’s energy-hungry southwestern province
Burmese junta chief accompanied by Thein Sein and Shwe Mann for five-day China visit as India ‘makes preparations’ for growing Sino influence
China announces construction of an oil refinery in Yunnan province at end point of Beijing-backed trans-Burma oil and gas pipeline
US-sanctioned Chinese weapons manufacturer to develop Burma’s largest copper mine in what activists decry as an ‘arms for copper’ deal
Work begins on 800km pipeline to carry Burmese gas to southwestern China hours after the two allies sign a raft of bilateral trade agreements
Rights groups claim that absense of secrecy clause in contracts for Total and Chevron mean their dealings with the Burmese junta can go public
India boosts economic investment in Burma with multi-billion dollar gas project despite tensions over security along the shared border
Dec 21, 2009 (DVB), Escalating tensions between China and Burma earlier this year appear to have been tempered after the Burmese junta reassured Beijing over border stability and pipeline security.[…]