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Author: Jeffrey Jones, Reuters
Talisman Energy Inc. shares jumped nearly 6 percent on Friday on speculation it could sell its stake in war-torn Sudan's biggest oil project to Sweden's Lundin Petroleum AB...Talisman, which also operates in Canada, the North Sea and Indonesia, has...
Author: editorial, Thomas G. Donlan, Barron's [USA]
The [U.S.] Administration opposes a new form of economic sanction that might be applied to the government of Sudan. The House of Representatives recently passed the "Sudan Peace Act," which includes an amendment prohibiting foreign companies that do...
Author: Peter Morton, Financial Post [Canada]
Alberta firm under pressure to divest Sudan operations - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is not backing down from a new demand that foreign companies wanting to raise capital in the U.S. must declare whether they are earning profits from ...
Author: Brent Jang, The Globe and Mail [Toronto]
Calgary-based Talisman Energy's $529-million deal yesterday to buy Sweden's Lundin Oil could clear the way for the Canadian company to eventually extricate itself from war-torn Sudan
Author: Christian Aid
[refers to OMV, TotalFinaElf, Lundin Oil, Rolls Royce, Weir Pumps, BP Amoco]
Author: Mark Curtis, Head of Advocacy at Christian Aid, in Guardian [UK]
The foreign oil companies in Sudan are choosing to wall themselves off from these realities. Many, such as Talisman (Canada), Lundin (Sweden) and CNPC [China National Petroleum Corporation] (China), are complicit in the atrocities through their...