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7 December 2006
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Author: Correo [Perú]

La empresa petrolera norteamericana Occidental Petroleum Corp. anunció su retiro del Perú debido a aspectos técnicos y a los constantes enfrentamientos con las comunidades achuar...El anuncio de la petrolera norteamericana coincidió con la visita a Los...

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6 December 2006

Los Angeles-based Oxy Withdraws from Amazon, Sets New Bar for Oil Industry - Achuar Nation and Amazon Watch Applaud Oxy Decision But Threats from Oil Industry and Past Contamination Continue, Warn Rainforest Leaders

Author: Amazon Watch

Occidental Petroleum’s (Oxy) decision to withdraw from the Peruvian Amazon was given a cautious welcome today by local indigenous leaders and Amazon Watch. The development is the second major victory for the Amazon in the last two months, following an...

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6 December 2006

Peru: Amazon Watch welcomes Occidental's decision to cease drilling in Amazon, following protests by indigenous groups

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28 November 2006

[PDF] IPIECA Workshop Report - Business & Human Rights - An Asia Perspective

Author: IPIECA

...presentations were given by BP Tangguh and Total Myanmar...[workshop sessions were on complicity, security issues, labour, other issues] [representatives from the following companies were also present: Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ENI, ExxonMobil, Hess...

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6 November 2006

[PDF] Only four of the world’s 10 largest companies have targets for reducing carbon dioxide

Author: Forum for the Future / Guardian [UK]

[Surveys world's 10 largest companies: ExxonMobil, Wal-Mart, Shell, BP, General Motors, Chevron, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, Toyota, ConocoPhilips. For each company the survey shows annual carbon dioxide emissions, investment in sustainable technologies,...

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5 November 2006

Oil Companies Tackle Malaria in Africa

Author: David Ivanovich, Houston Chronicle

Houston's Marathon Oil Corp. and Noble Energy Corp. [have led] a $12.8 million effort to eradicate malaria [in Equatorial Guinea]…Three years into a five-year program, the partners report they have helped reduce malaria-spreading mosquitoes on the...

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5 November 2006

Oil, Cash and Corruption

Author: Ron Stodghill, New York Times

[T]he Bush administration['s]...National Strategy to Internationalize Efforts Against Kleptocracy [is]...an initiative aimed at preventing public graft worldwide by, among other things, denying corrupt leaders access to the United States financial...

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1 September 2006

BP is deserving of censure, but not a vendetta

Author: Sybil Ackerman, Oregon League of Conservation Voters [USA], in Financial Times

The fiasco in Alaska could spell serious trouble for BP, as the US Congress begins hearings. It is easy to cheer them on and urge them to take drastic actions against this corporate wrong doer. We should move beyond this knee-jerk reaction. BP has,...

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1 September 2006

Gas Flaring - Oil Firms Get 2008 Deadline [Nigeria]

Author: Sopuruchi Onwuka, Daily Champion [Nigeria]

Oil companies that fail to meet the 2008 deadline on ending routine gas flaring would have their producing fields shut. Chairman, Senate Committee on Gas, Senator Rufus Inatimi Spiff, gave the warning at a gas seminar in Lagos yesterday, saying that...

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7 August 2006

BP shuts biggest U.S. oil field

Author: Yereth Rosen & Robert Campbell, Reuters

Oil producer BP began shutting down on Sunday the biggest oilfield in the United States, Alaska's Prudhoe Bay, after discovering a damaged pipeline...Prudhoe Bay is operated by a BP-led group that includes oil majors ConocoPhillips and Exxon Mobil...

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