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Guinée Equatoriale

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, Founder-Chair, Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001 and a former Director of Shell International, in Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence (OGEL)

The growth of oil wealth in many developing countries has fuelled the ability of governments to invest in armaments, to engage in the construction of buildings for prestige rather than utility, and to transform small-scale corruption into personal or...

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1 October 2004
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Auteur: Christine Batruch (Lundin Petroleum) & Ayesha Dias (UNDP), eds., in Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence [OGEL]

[special issue of OGEL with articles on human rights, environmental and development impacts of oil & gas sector, including discussion of numerous codes and principles] [refers to Shell, BP, Statoil, Norsk Hydro, ChevronTexaco, ExxonMobil, Talisman,...

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7 September 2004
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Auteur: Oliver Balch, Guardian [UK]

The decision by the restored president, Fradique de Menezes, to publicly disclose all transactions resulting from oil activities in Sao Tome and Principe's territorial waters has therefore been warmly welcomed by international lenders and development...

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7 September 2004
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Auteur: Justin Bloom, Washington Post

The [oil] companies paid for scholarships for children of [Equatorial Guinea]'s leaders, formed business ventures with government officials, hired companies linked to [President] Obiang and rented property from government officials and their relatives,...

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Article
5 September 2004
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Auteur: Paul Lashmar, Rebecca John, Independent [UK]

The report [US Senate Sub Committee for Investigations report into Riggs Bank] has created critical publicity for the major US oil companies which operate in the West African state [Equatorial Guinea] - including Marathon Oil, Amerada Hess and...

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29 August 2004
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Auteur: Observer [UK]

...the exploitation of massive oil and gas fields has made Equatorial Guinea the fastest growing economy in the world...As is too often the case in Africa, the people of Equatorial Guinea have not benefited from this boom.

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27 August 2004
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Auteur: Sir Geoffrey Chandler, former director of Shell International, Founder-Chair of the Amnesty International UK Business Group 1991-2001, in Independent [UK]

Nearly 70 per cent of the world's proven reserves of oil and gas lie in countries with poor human rights records...The recently developed United Nations Norms for the human rights responsibilities of companies now offer an opportunity to extend the...

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Article
22 August 2004

Documents d'Amnesty International : Guinée équatoriale

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22 August 2004
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Article
5 August 2004
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Auteur: César Chelala, public health consultant & writer, in International Herald Tribune

In my role as a public health consultant, I recently visited Equatorial Guinea for the first time since 1993. After more than a decade, despite the oil boom, I was unable to see any improvements in the living standards of ordinary people.

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