TotalEnergies has definitively withdrawn from Myanmar
Consult the TotalEnergies press release of July 20st, 2022
- TotalEnergies implements its responsible withdrawal from Myanmar
Consult the TotalEnergies press release of March 16th, 2022
- Why TotalEnergies is leaving Myanmar
Consult the TotalEnergies’ CEO statement of January 27th, 2022
- TotalEnergies has decided to initiate the contractual process of withdrawing from Myanmar.
Consult the TotalEnergies press release of January 21st, 2022
- TotalEnergies has replied to Human Rights Watch letter by giving an update on actions taken in relation to its presence in Myanmar.
Letter from Human Rights Watch to TotalEnergies (December 9th, 2021 - Original in French) (pdf - 204 Ko)
Response from TotalEnergies to Human Rights Watch (January 18th, 2022 - Original in French) (pdf - 785 Ko)
Response from TotalEnergies to Human Rights Watch (January 18th, 2022 - Translation into English) (pdf - 142 Ko)
- TotalEnergies issued a statement to explain why the company is continuing to produce gas from Yadana field to keep electricity supply to millions of people in Myanmar and Thailand and what are the main dilemma TotalEnergies is facing, based on human rights considerations.
TotalEnergies’ CEO statement of April 4th, 2021
- TotalEnergies has signed the Statement by Concerned Businesses Operating in Myanmar, which has also been signed by 68 other entities and 164 Myanmar companies.
Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business joint statement
- TotalEnergies has issued a statement as an answer to the call of the “Business and Human Rights Resources Centre” to 18 companies that have activities in Myanmar.