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20 November 2017

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Author: Oxfam

"Testing Community Consent: Tullow Oil project in Kenya...

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20 November 2017

Kenya: Oxfam's report urges Tullow Oil to adhere to principles of free, prior & informed consent in its operations in historically marginalised Turkana region; company responds

A recent report by Oxfam notes that whereas locals in oil-rich Turkana region are feel that engagement with oil companies has improved since 2015. However, it claims that Tullow Oil is not yet achieving its FPIC obligations. Business & Human...

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Company response
20 November 2017

Tullow Oil response

Author: Tullow Oil

"Tullow Oil Comments on Oxfam Report: “Complying with Free, Prior and Informed Consent: A Case Study of Tullow Oil in Turkana, Kenya”"...

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15 November 2017

Environmental NGOs take Norway to court over Arctic drilling licenses and link with climate change

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Article
13 November 2017

World's eyes on Norway as historic climate trial begins

Author: Greenpeace

[On 14 November 2017] ...environmental organisations Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth take on the Norwegian government in court for opening up new areas in the Arctic to oil drilling. They are arguing that drilling for oil violates the Paris...

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Article
2 October 2017

Kenya: Govt. opts to keep oil revenue sharing agreements confidential; Tullow Oil says it is open to disclosure

Author: Moses Michira, Standard Digital (Kenya)

“Kenya to wait longer for the oil trillions”...

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Article
2 October 2017

Uganda: Locals to be displaced for oil facility construction claim proposed compensation is unfair

Author: Francis Mugerwa, The Monitor (Uganda)

"Buliisa residents turn down ‘meagre’ government compensation"...

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29 September 2017

NGOs call for public participation & compensation of communities to be displaced for Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline

Representatives of civil society organisations from Tanzania and Uganda have called for fair compensation of communities to be displaced by the Uganda-Tanzania oil pipeline construction. They have also called on the involvement of local communities in...

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Article
13 September 2017

Uganda: Oxfam urges fair compensation for locals who will be displaced for oil-pipeline construction

Author: Fred Ojambo, Bloomberg

"Oxfam Urges Fair Compensation for Ugandan Oil-Pipeline Land"...

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Article
4 August 2017

Uganda: Cultural institutions in natural resources-rich regions demand more inclusion in extractives sector management

Author: Robert Mwesigye, OilinUganda

"Cultural institutions agitate for fair share in extractives sector"...

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