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21 July 2006

Indonesia: Mud spill from gas well owned by Bakrie Group affiliate Lapindo Brantas/Energi Mega has displaced 12,000 over 4 months - president declares zone "disaster area"

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21 July 2006

[PDF] Lapindo Brantas, Inc reports Banjarpanji-1 update, remedial efforts well underway

Author: Lapindo Brantas

[scroll down to p. 2] In this update, Lapindo Brantas [part of Energi Mega Persada]...reports that the company...is working hard with the local government to assist impacted communities...[and] has mobilized [two rigs that]...are focused on stopping...

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28 September 2006

Indonesian president declares mudslide zone a disaster area

Author: AFP, in Channel News Asia

Indonesia's president has declared a part of East Java swamped by a mud spill a disaster zone...ordered that some 3,000 families be permanently relocated... [and] also ordered the Indonesian company [Lapindo Brantas (part of Energi Mega Persada)]...

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5 October 2006

Muddy waters [Indonesia]

Author: Economist

For the past four months, a steady flow of hot and noxious mud has erupted from the earth, swamping villages, factories and rice paddies [in] Indonesia...and 13,000 people have been evacuated from the area...12 more villages are in pressing danger of...

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5 October 2006

Toxic mud spill in Indonesia: Gas company PT Lapindo Brantas does not accept responsibility but is paying for clean-up

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16 October 2006

Santos may avoid toxic mud prosecution [Indonesia]

Author: AAP [Australian Associated Press]

Australian company Santos looks likely to avoid any criminal prosecution over a massive environmental disaster linked to its part-owned exploratory gas well in Indonesia's east Java...A seemingly unstoppable "mud volcano" erupted 200 metres from...

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16 November 2006

Lapindo Brantas changes hands, but questions linger [Indonesia]

Author: Jakarta Post

...PT Energi Mega Persada (EMP) says it has sold PT Lapindo Brantas Inc., its unit that operates the gas well that caused the massive mud eruption in East Java... EMP, an affiliate of a company controlled by the family of Coordinating Minister for...

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16 November 2006

Mystery man unearthed as mud sticks to Lapindo [Indonesia]

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22 November 2006

Mystery man unearthed as mud sticks to Lapindo [Indonesia]

Author: John Aglionby, Australian [newspaper]

An American friend [James Belcher] of Aburizal Bakrie, Indonesia's powerful welfare minister, is behind the mysterious Freehold Group, which agreed to buy oil explorer Lapindo Brantas [part of Energi Mega Persada] last week. Lapindo has been blighted...

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23 November 2006

Eight dead in gas blast at site of Indonesia mud disaster

Author: Heri Retnowati, Reuters

Indonesia blamed an uncontrolled mud flow...for a gas pipeline explosion...[which] occurred...in a part of the state-owned Pertamina East Java Gas Pipeline...The incident happened in the area where hot mud has been gushing from near the Banjar Panji...

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