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1 October 2019

Nigeria: Environmental groups demand multinational companies pay for environmental pollution at UN climate summit

Author: Ben Ezeamalu, Premium Times (Nigeria)

‘UN Climate Action: Activists demand oil corporations pay for environmental damages’ 24 September 2019...

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4 September 2019

Danish pension fund blacklists 10 oil companies over failure to adapt long-term business models to Paris Agreement goals

Author: Rachel Fixsen, Investment & Pensions Europe

The Danish pension fund for academics, MP Pension, has blacklisted 10 of the world’s largest oil firms, a decision that will mean divesting DKK644m (€86m) of stocks....

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28 April 2019
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Author: Sameh, News24 (France)

« Changement Climatique: Equinor Évite La Pression Des Investisseurs Sur Les Émissions De CO2 », 24 avril 2019 ...

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Story
28 January 2019

South Korea: Victims of 2017 crane accident during construction of oil platform still lacking adequate compensation & support, say NGOs; incl. co. responses

On 1 May 2017, six workers were killed and 25 others injured as a result of a crane collision at a Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in Geoje, South Korea, during the construction of an oil platform for the Martin Linge field off the coast of Norway. ...

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Company response
18 January 2019

Equinor's response

Author: Equinor

... As stated in the above-mentioned e-mail, Equinor was not leading the construction project at the time of the accident and where thus not permanently present at the Samsung yard. The operator role was managed by Total E&P Norge AS, who had the...

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