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18 August 2005

How oil drives the genocide in Darfur [Sudan]

Author: David Morse, in Sudan Tribune

...Darfurian villages have been burned to clear the way for drilling and pipelines, and to remove any possible sanctuaries for rebels.

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1 June 2005

Students and States Seek to End Genocide in Sudan Through Divestment Campaigns

Author: William Baue, SocialFunds.com

Students urge Stanford University to follow in the footsteps of Harvard University by divesting, and urge California senators to pass legislation like Illinois did...testimonials [of atrocities] prove convincing in campaigns to divest from companies...

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1 April 2005

Considering the use of Restrictive Measures on Sudan by the European Union

Author: Mikael Eriksson, Uppsala University - commissioned by European Coalition on Oil in Sudan

This paper examines the possibilities of introducing restrictive measures on Sudan. It reviews existing mechanisms of targeted sanctions with a particular emphasis on EU sanctions. The first section of the paper looks at effectiveness and the current...

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17 October 2004

Capital punishment - UN oil sanctions against Sudan seem unlikely. Could a divestment campaign fill the gap?

Author: Ethical Corporation [editorial]

Oil revenues help the [Sudanese] regime to stay in power...the oil continues to flow through the hands of the state-owned oil companies of China, India and Malaysia. [China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), ONGC Videsh, Petronas]... As US...

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25 November 2003

Oil companies accused of complicity in Sudan conflict, rights abuses

Author: Sudan Tribune

Human Rights Watch (HRW)…in a report entitled "Sudan, Oil and Human Rights,"…accused the Sudanese government of displacing hundreds of thousands of civilians, and oil companies of being accomplices seeking to control oilfields…The 754-page report...

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25 November 2003

Sudan: Oil Companies Complicit in Rights Abuses

Author: Human Rights Watch

The Sudanese government's efforts to control oilfields in the war-torn south have resulted in the displacement of hundreds of thousands of civilians, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. Foreign oil companies operating in Sudan have...

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24 November 2003

[PDF] Oil and conflict: Lundin Petroleum's experience in Sudan

Author: Christine Batruch, Lundin Petroleum

[PDF] Lundin Petroleum obtained the rights to explore for and produce oil and gas in concession block 5A, Unity State, Sudan, in February 1997; it sold these rights in June 2003.

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3 May 2003

Lundin Petroleum: "Code of Conduct: Values"

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6 April 2003

Lundin and OMV criticised for resumed oil exploration in Sudan

Author: Mallen Baker, Business Respect newsletter

Sweden's Lundin Petroleum and Austria's OMV have attracted criticism for their decision to resume oil exploration in southern Sudan. The companies said that their action had been made possible by "positive developments in the peace process and the...

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26 July 2002

Western firms eye Sudan oil, but still wary

Author: Edmund Blair, Reuters

Sudan's undeveloped oil potential may be back on the radar screen for Western firms after the Sudanese government and main rebel group reached an agreement that could end a 19-year-civil war, industry experts say. But until a full peace deal is signed...

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