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13 November 2018

Complaint filed against Irish oil co over alleged failure to ensure it had consent of Western Saharan people; incl. co non-response

On 24 October 2018, the Global Legal Action Network submitted a formal complaint with the Irish National Contact Point against Irish oil company San Leon Energy. The complaint alleges the company failed to ensure it had the consent of the Western...

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13 November 2018

San Leon Energy did not respond

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22 September 2011

Western Sahara Resource Watch - Spectrum, San Leon, Longreach - 2011

Author: Western Sahara Resource Watch

On 22 Sep 2011, Western Sahara Resource Watch (WSRW) published the article "Oil subcontractor pulls out of Western Sahara" about Spectrum ASA, San Leon and Longreach: "'I have no problem in stating, in retrospect, that it might have been a bad idea to...

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12 June 2007
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Author: afrol News

Tras la presión de Naciones Unidas y activistas pro saharauis, la mayoría de las grandes compañías presentes en Sáhara Occidental abandonó la región. Pero ahora un nuevo grupo de cazadores de fortuna presiente grandes oportunidades económicas en el...

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9 June 2007

Fortune hunters eye Western Sahara oil riches

Author: afrol News

Following pressure from the UN and pro-Sahrawi activists, most serious oil companies pulled out of Moroccan-occupied Western Sahara. But now, a new group of fortune hunters is eying great financial opportunities in the probably oil-rich territory,...

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9 June 2007

Fortune hunters eye Western Sahara oil riches

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