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TotalEnergies finally out of Myanmar

TOTALENERGIES’ total withdrawal from Myanmar became effective overnight after it announced exactly six months ago that it would leave the junta-run nation’s Yadana gas field thanks to ongoing human rights concerns.

TotalEnergies finally out of Myanmar

"TotalEnergies was no longer able to make a sufficiently positive contribution in the country, and was not able to meet the expectations of stakeholders who were asking to stop the revenues going to the...

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