Myanmar, shunned since the 1990s for tolerating corruption and human trafficking, is set for...
Myanmar, shunned since the 1990s for tolerating corruption and human trafficking, is set for record foreign investment in 2012 led by oil companies. The Asian country is estimated to hold 11T-23T cubic feet of natural gas and now produces ~19,600 bbl/day of oil and 1.475B cubic feet/day of gas. Chevron (CVX), Total (TOT) and Sinopec (SNP) are among companies with investments there.
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