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13 February 2010

Indonesia: New research finds drilling by Lapindo Brantas caused 2006 mud volcano that killed 14, displaced thousands - firm contests the study

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13 February 2010
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Author: Arnaud Guiguitant, Le Monde [France]

Une erreur humaine est-elle à l'origine de l'éruption de boue du volcan Lusi qui, depuis le 29 mai 2006, ravage une région industrielle de la province est de l'île de Java, en Indonésie ? Une étude scientifique, présentée vendredi 12 février, accrédite...

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14 February 2010

Lusi volcano eruption blamed on mining firm by British-led science team [Indonesia]

Author: Tracy McVeigh, Guardian [UK]

British scientists have revealed evidence that a mining company drilling for gas was responsible for unleashing a mud volcano in Indonesia which has killed 14…and left tens of thousands homeless…The enormous Lusi volcano in Sidoarjo, East Java, has...

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17 March 2010

Muddying the notion of CSR

Author: Marie Morice, CSR Asia

…The Porong subdistrict…consists of three oil and gas fields…As of 2006, three companies — Santos MedcoEnergi and Lapindo Brantas— had concession rights for this area. Lapindo Brantas…part of the Bakrie Group…Lapindo was drilling for gas in the…area.....

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10 July 2010

Indonesia's mud volcano flows on

Author: John M. Glionna, Los Angeles Times [USA]

Known as the Lusi mud volcano, its spread is...relentless — burping noxious gas, swallowing communities, killing 14 people and forcing the evacuations of 60,000... Those in the United States who are wondering just how long the ruptured oil well in the...

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17 May 2013

Australian mining companies fall short on gaining consent from the world’s Indigenous peoples: new report

Author: Oxfam Australia

The vast majority of Australian mining, oil and gas companies have no clear public commitment to gain the consent of Indigenous peoples before commencing projects on their land, according to a new report...[The] report found only one Australian company...

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28 February 2014

[PDF] Building the foundations for a long-term development partnership: The construction phase of the PNG LNG Project [Papua New Guinea]

Author: Jane Nelson and Kara Valikai, Harvard Kennedy School Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative

The following case study focuses on the first three years of Project construction from March 2010 to June 2013. It reviews some of the internal management systems, stakeholder engagement mechanisms and cross-sector partnerships through which the...

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18 September 2015

8 major companies call for strong climate action by Australian Govt. & intl. community at Paris summit

Author: AGL, BHP Billiton, General Electric, Mirvac, Santos, Unilever, Wesfarmers, Westpac

Climate change is affecting our businesses and the communities in which we operate. We recognise that we have a role to play and we want to play our part...We have come together because we acknowledge that climate change will continue to have serious...

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1 February 2016

Australia: Energy company Santos’ drive for coal seam gas raises concerns over water contamination for communities

Author: Phil Mercer, BBC (UK)

"Australia's drive for coal seam gas raises protests", 28 Jan 2016...

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16 October 2017

Australia: Shareholder resolutions call for listed companies to act on social and environmental issues

Author: Ruth Williams, Sydney Morning Herald

"How the new generation of activists corners boards", 14 October 2017...

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