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AGIP (part of Eni)

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20 February 2013

Big Oil, human rights and sustainable development in Africa - Implications of SERAP vs. Federal Republic of Nigeria (ECOWAS Court) 2012

Author: Olivia Kokushubila Lwabukuna, Pambazuka News

This case represents a novel attempt by a regional tribunal to indirectly ensure that businesses carried out in Africa are socially conscious and responsible…With numerous recent mineral, oil and gas discoveries in various areas in Africa, it has...

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15 January 2013

[Photo Essay] Nigeria's Illegal Oil Refineries

Author: Akintunde Akinleye, Atlantic [USA]

Reuters photographer Akintunde Akinleye recently gained rare access to an illegal oil refinery near the river Nun in Nigeria's oil state of Bayelsa. There, he was able to document the secret and dangerous practice of oil bunkering, where locals hack...

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13 December 2012

[PDF] The great enablers: International Financial Institutions pave the way for the export of oil and gas from the Caspian region

Author: Crude Accountability

Currently International Financial Institutions (IFIs) are directly or indirectly intensifying the extraction of and trade in Caspian Sea hydrocarbons in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan through investments in service, transport and infrastructure projects...

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21 August 2012

[PDF] Dirty Work: Shell’s security spending in Nigeria and beyond

Author: Platform

This briefing presents an analysis of Shell’s global security expenditure between 2007 and 2009...By 2009, Shell’s total support for government forces in Nigeria reached an estimated $65 million. This is a staggering transfer of company funds and...

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19 August 2012

Nigeria: Activists concerned that Shell's increased security spending in Delta region fuels human rights abuses; Shell responds

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21 June 2012

Secret dumping in Atyrau. Part II [Kazakhstan]

Author: Artur Shakhnazaryan, Respublika Newspaper

[Title translation and summary translation of the original Russian language article provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre] The Ministry of Environmental Protection of Kazakhstan initiated an investigation into alleged waste water...

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13 June 2012

Response by AGIP (part of Eni): Agip (part of Eni) accused of using drinking water for its operations, dumping contaminated water in Atyrau sewage system.

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12 June 2012

[Eni response regarding alleged water contamination and environmental harm by Agip KCO operations in Kazakhstan

Author: Eni

Since January 2012 Agip KCO has arrangements in place for removal of the conditionally clean water from Bolashak OPF Utilities Area. This water originates from commissioning, start-up and operation of units. These processes do not produce any...

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31 May 2012

Secret dumping [Kazakhstan]

Author: Artur Shakhnazaryan, Respublika Newspaper

[Title translation and summary translation of the original Russian language article provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre]...

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1 November 2011

Shell must pay $1 billion in first step to clean up Niger Delta says new report by Amnesty Intl. & Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development

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