In January, TotalEnergies and Chevron announced plans to exit from Myanmar, where their Yadana gas project provides the Myanmar military junta with its largest source of foreign revenue.
The military has used this revenue to commit human rights atrocities against the people of Myanmar. Gas revenues from TotalEnergies and Chevron continue to sustain the coup.
How can Total and Chevron disinvest responsibly from Myanmar? This briefer outlines how these companies can take all reasonable steps to prevent revenues from reaching the junta to reduce their ongoing contributions to atrocity crimes and mitigate any residual impacts.
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