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Auteur: Association Tchadienne pour la Promotion et la Defense des Droits de l'homme; Centre pour l'Environnement et le Developpement [Cameroun]; Environmental Defense [USA]
Evaluation de l'impact de l'oléoduc Tchad-Cameroun...Deux ans après l'approbation [par la Banque Mondiale] du plus grand projet d'investissement en Afrique souvent considéré comme modèle de partenariat entre le secteur public et privé, c'est le moment...
Auteur: Peter Wanbali, The Nation [Kenya]
Two documents on the Sudan released almost simultaneously last week expose the complexities and contradictions inherent in the search for peace in that country's conflict that has lasted two decades, killed two million people, displaced 4.5 million...
Auteur: Tervil Okoko, PANA
A report issued this week says hundreds of Sudanese civilians were being killed, raped and displaced in a "war for oil" that has gripped the vast African nation for the past three years. The report by Christian Aid, an international NGO, says human...
Auteur: Anchalee Kongrut, Bangkok Post
Opinion of expert panel disregarded: The Office of the Environmental Policy and Planning is under heavy fire for handing its approval to the eight-times rejected environmental impact assessment study of the Thai-Malaysian gas pipeline project...The...
- Egalement dans: Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline: OEPP under heavy fire for EIA approval
- Entreprises concernées: Petronas PTT
Auteur: Will Englund, SunSpot [Maryland, USA]
...A delegation led by the Sudanese external trade minister, Abdel Hamid Mussa Kasha, was in the autonomous Volga River republic of Tatarstan over the weekend, talking oil with the Tatneft company and checking out Mi-17 helicopters, optical sighting...
Malaysia's national oil firm Petronas said Wednesday it was recalling families of its employees in Sudan and Pakistan as a "precautionary step" ahead of possible US retaliation over last week's terror attacks.
- Entreprises concernées: Petronas
Auteur: editorial, Thomas G. Donlan, Barron's [USA]
The [U.S.] Administration opposes a new form of economic sanction that might be applied to the government of Sudan. The House of Representatives recently passed the "Sudan Peace Act," which includes an amendment prohibiting foreign companies that do...
Auteur: Jane Lampman, Christian Science Monitor
Religious and human-rights activists target stocks and capital markets to stop a war of 'genocide' in Sudan [refers to Talisman, Petronas, PetroChina]
- Entreprises concernées: PetroChina (part of China National Petroleum Corporation) Petronas Talisman (part of Repsol)