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30 Aug 2017

Noble Energy allegedly involved in denying Palestinian self-determination and violating Lebanon's sovereignty

The Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) has published a report accusing Noble Energy’s operations in the Eastern Mediterranean of a number of violations under the OECD Guidelines, UNGPs, and international law. The report alleges that Noble Energy is involved, either directly or indirectly, in the following offences:

  • Infringing on Lebanon’s territorial sovereignty
  • Denial of Palestinian self-determination
  • Pillaging Palestinian resources
  • Powering Israeli settlements

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre has invited Noble Energy to respond to these allegations. Noble Energy has not responded.