Released on July 5, 2010, Energy Insecurity: How Total, Chevron, and PTTEP Contribute to Human Rights Violations, Financial Secrecy, and Nuclear Proliferation in Burma (Myanmar) reveals how these companies have deceived their shareholders, the public, and governments about their legal ability to disclose their financial details in Burma and presents new evidence on the revenues generated by the Yadana project for the Burmese military regime. Additionally, the report describes violent human rights abuses committed in the last year by the Burma Army providing security for the oil companies and the pipeline, and analyzes how the companies remain legally liable for such abuses.