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2 February 2016

Nigeria: Massive oil spills follow bombings of Agip pipelines in Niger Delta - oil firms must remediate, but Amnesty says cleanup often ineffective

Author: Vice News (USA)

"Pipeline Attacks in the Niger Delta Trigger What Could Be the Biggest Oil Spill in Years", 1 Feb. 2016...

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2 February 2016
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20 January 2016

Nigeria: Report criticises Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas & foreign shareholders for benefiting from tax breaks that could affect govt.'s ability to fund basic services

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25 December 2015

Kazakhstan: Video documentary on Berezovka villagers' struggle with oil companies following mass poisoning of children

Author: Crude Accountability

"The Forgotten Children of Berezovka", 24 December 2015...

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25 December 2015
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Author: Crude Accountability

Прошел год с момента тяжелого отравления 25 детей поселка Березовка 28 ноября 2014 года выбросами с нефтегазоконденсатного месторождения Карачаганак (Западный Казахстан). Виновники трагедии так и не установлены. Серьезно больные дети продолжают...

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25 December 2015
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9 December 2015

Eni response

Author: Eni

[ENI, through its Agip subsidiary, is the largest shareholder of Nigerian Agip Oil Company]...

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8 December 2015

Myanmar: Human rights due diligence key to inclusive development

Author: Irene Pietropaoli, Myanmar Times

…[T]he new government will face conflicting priorities. It will have to complete a fragile peace process with ethnic groups, tackle corruption and the absence of rule of law, and address serious human rights issues, all while reforming the economic...

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30 November 2015

A who's who among the COP21 commitments

Author: Elsa Wenzel, GreenBiz

Among hundreds of corporations backing COP21 climate actions, few are trekking to Paris, instead backing blockbuster commitments or coalitions to represent them…Here are some of the bulkiest groups…Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is teaming up with...

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24 November 2015

Nigeria: Communities in Bayelsa state suffering from recurrent Agip oil spills - parliament urges company to clean up spills

Following the explosion of a pipeline belonging to Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) in Bayelsa State that left 13 people dead and several others injured in July 2015, communities in Bayelsa have reported recurrent oil spills from NAOC pipelines....

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