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10 September 2001

US firms pay $120 mln to clean Texas dump site

Author: Reuters

A group of refiners and petrochemical companies has agreed to pay $120 million for cleaning up a contaminated dump site in Texas, the U.S. Justice Department announced last week. The second-largest settlement in the history of the federal environmental...

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13 September 2001

Sustainability, Not Sanctions, Improves World

Author: J. Michael Stinson, Senior Vice President for Government Affairs, Corporate Strategy and Communications for Conoco Inc., in sponsored section, International Herald Tribune

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20 December 2001

U.S. announces clean air agreements with Conoco Inc., Navajo Refining Co., and Montana Refining Co.

Author: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Petroleum Refiners Will Reduce Air Emissions In Five States [consent decree filed in U.S. District Court]

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21 December 2001

Conoco to spend up to $110 mln at oil refineries [agreement with U.S. Justice Department to spend between $95 million and $110 million on pollution control equipment]

Author: Reuters

...Conoco will also pay a $1.5 million penalty under the Clean Air Act and spend about $5 million on environmental projects in communities around the company's refineries.

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3 January 2002

Texas companies settle safety and health violations

Author: OSHA - Occupational Safety & Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor

Will pay more than $2.1 million in penalties, hire safety and health consultants - Phillips Petroleum Company has agreed to pay over $2 million in penalties for safety and health violations at its complex in Pasadena, Texas...Chevron Phillips Chemical...

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9 January 2002

Phillips [Phillips Petroleum], Equilon [owned by Royal Dutch/Shell] fined for California air violations

Author: Reuters

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26 July 2002

UK energy sector improves green performance - agency

Author: Neil Chatterjee, Reuters

The UK's energy sector comes out near the top of the class for improved environmental business performance in Britain but is still responsible for serious pollution, the country's Environment Agency said this week. [refers to fines on Magnox Electric...

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22 October 2002

Kivalina lawsuit (re global warming)

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

On 26 February 2008 Kivalina, a Native Alaskan village of approximately 390 Inupiat residents, launched a federal lawsuit in California aimed at oil, coal and power companies.  The plaintiffs argue that the defendants’ contribution to global warming...

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27 October 2002

Tribe Joins Chemical Workers to Protest Ponca City, Okla.-Area Pollution [USA]

Author: JoKay Dowell, Indian Country Today [USA]

Feeling trapped and overwhelmed by industry and environmental contamination, a diverse group of about 150 people rallied recently in a walking "toxic tour" of the major industrial facilities adjoining tribal lands...the group's major environmental...

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1 May 2003

Indonesia Commission: Peace and Progress in Papua

Author: Dennis C. Blair & David L. Phillips, Council on Foreign Relations

Report of an Independent Commission Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations...

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