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chapter 5 of "Making a Killing: The Business of War": The Curious Bonds of Oil Diplomacy [Equatorial Guinea]

Author: Sunday Dare, Center for Public Integrity, Published on: 6 November 2002

...The 23-year-old regime of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has been criticized for allowing the oil companies to exploit Equatorial Guinea’s oil riches with little obvious benefit to the people. [includes reference to ExxonMobil, Amerada Hess, Chevron Texaco and Marathon Oil]

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Related companies: Chevron ExxonMobil Hess Corporation Marathon Oil