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5 December 2008

Indonesian company says settlement reached with mud volcano victims

Author: AFP

Indonesian energy company Lapindo [Brantas, joint venture Energi Mega Persada, MedcoEnergi, Santos)] said Thursday it had reached a compensation settlement with thousands of victims of a mud volcano which erupted from one of its gas wells...The...

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4 December 2008
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4 December 2008
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Author: AFP

La société jugée responsable de l'immense inondation de boue d'origine volcanique en Indonésie s'est engagée à dédommager dans les prochains mois les milliers de personnes ayant perdu leur logement et qui ont récemment multiplié les manifestations pour...

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31 October 2008
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Author: Cécile Dumas, Le Nouvel Observateur

La cause de l’éruption du volcan de boue indonésien [sur l’île de Java] a été débattue par les experts puis soumise au vote. Résultat : l’hypothèse du forage l’emporte mais des incertitudes demeurent...Douze villages ont été engloutis, trente mille...

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11 July 2007

Friends of the Earth reports about the Sidoarjo mud volcano in Indonesia - company responses and non-responses

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[In June 2007, Friends of the Earth issued reports about the mud volcano by the Lapindo Brantas gas exploration project in Indonesia, and called on major banks investing in the project to withhold further loans to Lapindo Brantas until it compensates...

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Company response
11 July 2007

Response by Santos: Friends of the Earth calls on major banks to withhold further loans from Lapindo Brantas gas project (owned by companies including Santos) until it compensates people displaced by Sidoarjo mud volcano disaster.

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21 June 2007

Major international banks finance catastrophic mud volcano - Lapindo Brantas is shirking its responsibility for the damage

Author: Friends of the Earth International

Major international banks such as Credit Suisse, Barclays, Fortis Group, Merrill Lynch & Co. and Natixis [joint venture Groupe Banque Populaire & Caisse d'Epargne] are injecting hundreds of millions of Euros into a set of companies responsible...

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1 June 2007

[PDF] Lapindo Brantas shirking its responsibility for damage caused by the mud volcano in Sidoarjo, Indonesia - Major international banks involved in financing catastrophic mud volcano

Author: Friends of the Earth International

On May 29 2006, a mud volcano started gushing from the ground less than 200m from the Banjar Panji I gas exploration well...and has not stopped since... 3,500 families have been forced from their homes, 11 villages submerged... It has devastated the...

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26 May 2007

Blood boils as mud volcano swallows homes [Indonesia]

Author: Mark Forbes, Sydney Morning Herald

One year ago...a gas-exploration well part-owned by the Australian mining giant Santos blew, sending a geyser of mud and toxic gas into the air. Nearby villages and factories were flooded...It is the region's worst social and ecological mining...

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8 December 2006

Banjar Panji-1 Incident - Briefing Document

Author: Santos

Santos is very concerned by the impact of the incident on the community and the environment...

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