Lundin Petroleum

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15 November 2017

Environmental NGOs take Norway to court over Arctic drilling licenses and link with climate change

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13 November 2017

World's eyes on Norway as historic climate trial begins

Author: Greenpeace

[On 14 November 2017] ...environmental organisations Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth take on the Norwegian government in court for opening up new areas in the Arctic to oil drilling. They are arguing that drilling for oil violates the Paris...

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16 May 2017

Prosecution of Lundin Petroleum board members in Sweden over alleged complicity in human rights abuses in Sudan may start early 2018

Author: Lisa Röstlund, Aftonbladet (Sweden)

"Lundin röstar om miljardersättning till Sudan", 4 May 2017...

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27 April 2017

Report: 'Fuel for conflict - Investors and the case of Lundin Petroleum in Sudan'

Author: Swedwatch, Fair Finance Guide

This report focuses on the risks and responsibilities associated with investments in companies that are active in countries with ongoing violent conflicts and humanitarian crises... Using the terminology of the UNGPs, a company that has a business...

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15 November 2016

Lundin Petroleum officials to be questioned on possible complicity in Sudan war crimes

Author: Reuters

"Lundin Petroleum CEO, chairman to be questioned on possible Sudan crimes"...

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15 November 2016

NGOs call Lundin Petroleum investigation an "an exemplary effort to seek accountability for corporate complicity in human rights abuses"

Author: James Ninrew, Victims’ Group Juba(South-Sudan) & Egbert Wesselink, PAX (Netherlands)

"Victims hopeful that Lundin Petroleum will pay its dues"...

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15 November 2016

Swedish prosecutors to question Lundin Petroleum's CEO for company's possible complicity in South-Sudan war crimes; company denies allegations

Swedish prosecutors will question the CEO and chairman of Swedish oil firm Lundin Petroleum about possible crimes against international humanitarian law in Sudan. In response, Lundin Petroleum chairman Ian Lundin has denied the allegations and is ...

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2 November 2016

Press release

Author: Greenpeace

"Historic lawsuit against Arctic oil," 18 Oct 2016...

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31 May 2016

Lundin Petroleum releases sustainability report promoting rights of stakeholders & climate change mitigation

Author: Lundin Petroleum

"Sustainability Report 2015," 2 May 2016...

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8 February 2016

Embracing human rights is good for business, conclude expert panellists

Author: Dervla Simm, Hogan Lovells Focus on Regulation

"Human Rights – Good for Business?", 3 Feb 2016...

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