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9 January 2019

Landmark jurisdiction case to be heard in Supreme Court: UK mining company may be liable for pollution by Zambian subsidiary

Author: FoilVedanta

On 15th and 16th January 2019 the Supreme Court will hear Vedanta's second appeal against the High Court's jurisdiction ruling in the case of Dominic Liswaniso Lungowe vs Vedanta Resources and Konkola Copper Mines…...

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22 June 2017

Qatar 2022 World Cup Migrant Worker Fatality: October 2016

Author: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (Qatar)

On 22 October 2016, a fatal accident involving a 29-year-old Nepalese male worker occurred on the Al Wakrah Stadium project site. Immediately after the accident, a joint accident investigation team was established...The report found that the deceased...

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23 May 2017

Myanmar: Fishermen protest against access restrictions at Kyaukphyu seaport; fishing not allowed where China National Petroleum Corporation's ships dock

Author: Moe Myint, Irrawaddy

"Fishermen Protest Against Kyaukphyu Seaport," 22 May 2017...

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12 February 2017

Polish refiner Lotos aims for long-term oil supply deal with Iran

Author: Anna Koper


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8 June 2016

Korean shipyards sign $2.4 billion Iranian deals

Author: Lee Jin-a, Korea Times

Korean shipyards have reached preliminary deals with Iranian shipping and oil companies for orders estimated at $2.4 billion, the Wall Street Journal said Tuesday....

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24 April 2016

Coca-Cola statement re compensation

Author: Coca-Cola

The Hindustan Coca-Cola Plant at Kerala has been non-operational since 2004. The Company halted operations at the Plant, of its own volition, despite having all licenses and permissions to operate the Plant, at that time. In spite of halting...

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17 February 2015

Spilled Oil Keeps Flames Burning After a Train Derailment in West Virginia [USA]

Author: Dan Heyman & Richard Pérez-Peña, New York Times

Residents relied on bottled water that was trucked into town after the utility West Virginia American Water, fearing that oil had been dumped into the Kanawha River, closed a treatment plant...Spills and fires in derailments have prompted concerns...

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6 May 2014

The ship-breakers who tear apart dead cargo vessels by hand [Bangladesh]

Author: Jordan Kushins, Gizmodo

On the Bangladeshi coast of the Bay of Bengal, past-their-prime oil tankers and cargo vessels are beached on the muddy shore like industrial, open-air graveyards. There, these massive ships are taken apart by men—"ship-breakers"—who toil hand-to-metal...

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9 July 2013

Head of train company in Quebec derailment defends rail line's safety record

Author: CBC News (Canada)

Edward Burkhardt, head of the train company [Rail World, parent company of Montreal, Maine & Atlantic Railway (MM&A)] whose rail tankers filled with oil exploded in Lac-Mégantic, said his company follows "industry practice" in the way it moves...

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8 July 2013

Death toll in Canadian oil train disaster rises to 13

Author: Isabeau Doucet, Guardian (UK)

About 40 people remain missing police say after being able to approach near to where the explosion happened...Police are now considering...Lac-Mégantic, in Quebec...a crime scene after a 72-car driverless freight train full of crude oil crashed into...

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