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Kværner weak

Project leader Trine Johansen in PD Burma/Worldview Rights reacts strongly to the newsærner still is not out of Burma. - It was my strong impression that Kværner were to withdraw immediately, says Trine Johansen to NorWatch. It has now been six months since the Norwegian Kværner management promised to back out of the contract with Premier Oil in Burma. Still Kværner engineers are strolling around on the Yetagun platform.
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Project leader Trine Johansen in PD Burma/Worldview Rights reacts strongly to the newsærner still is not out of Burma. - It was my strong impression that Kværner were to withdraw immediately, says Trine Johansen to NorWatch. It has now been six months since the Norwegian Kværner management promised to back out of the contract with Premier Oil in Burma. Still Kværner engineers are strolling around on the Yetagun platform.

- I think this is very unfortunate and disturbing, says Trine Johansen.

- When they come out so strongly and promise to withdraw, one has to expect that they keep their word, says the project leader.

Johansen does not doubt Kværner could be (erstatningspliktige) towards Permier Oil and the military's own oil company MOGE if they had cut the ties immediately, but still she thinks that one should be able to expect more from a Norwegian (storkonsern).

- I think it is weak that they are still not out, finishes the PD Burmas spokeswoman

Norwatch Newsletter 3-4/02

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