Due to the military coup in Myanmar, Puma Energy Company has announced that it has sold its investments related to the import and sale of fuel and jet fuel and has left the company permanently. Puma Energy Company, which mainly exports aircraft fuel to the Myanmar military, has announced that it has signed an agreement to sell its shares to a local private company. Puma’s investments include Myanmar’s largest fuel import terminal at Thilawa Port and jet fuel import operations. Human rights monitors and civil society groups have criticized Puma’s imported jet fuel as fuel for the terrorist army’s airstrikes against Burmese people. After Chevron and Total, Puma Energy is the latest energy company to leave after the terrorist army seized power.