Lundin Petroleum

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Sweden

Lundin Petroleum website

Response rate: 100%
(
click here for an explanation)

🔎 Run a search for “Lundin Petroleum”

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Article
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...

Read more

Article
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.

Read more

Article
3 May 2003

Lundin Petroleum: "Code of Conduct: Values"

Read more

Article
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...

Read more

Article
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...

Read more

Article
12 July 2002

Sudan oil drilling on hold despite peace plan -Lundin

Author: Reuters

Swedish oil exploration company Lundin Petroleum said on Friday any peace agreement in Sudan would not alter its decision to suspend drilling operations there until the end of this year at the earliest....Austrian oil and gas group OMV, a member of...

Read more

Article
19 April 2002

SUDAN: "War raging" around southern oilfields

Author: U.N. Integrated Regional Information Networks

The SPLA has said fighting in the area began in February when the government tried to force residents and the rebel movement from the area in order to secure it for oil production. On Thursday, it deplored the alleged forcible displacement of the...

Read more

Article
18 March 2002

INTERVIEW - Lundin says needs security to resume Sudan oil work

Author: Caroline Drees, Reuters

Swedish oil explorer Lundin Petroleum , which suspended its Sudan activities in January for security reasons, said on Monday it needed a "sustainable peaceful environment" to resume work there.

Read more

Article
7 February 2002

Oil brings death, war to southern Sudan

Author: Tervil Okoko, PANA

A report issued this week says hundreds of Sudanese civilians were being killed, raped and displaced in a "war for oil" that has gripped the vast African nation for the past three years. The report by Christian Aid, an international NGO, says human...

Read more

Article
1 February 2002

Oil firm's exit [Sudan]: The first crack?

Author: Matthias Muindi, AFRICANEWS

An oil firm [Sweden's Lundin Petroleum] has quit Sudan for the second time in as many years. Citing insecurity, the firm's officials stressed that only a comprehensive ceasefire will make it resume operations...It is also not known who should get the...

Read more